Just saw on Twitter where Corsair, Few, Mississippi River Distillery, and Journeyman Distillery announced a collaboration "bourbon."
The press release notes that each distillery contributed bourbon to the mix except Corsair who contributed bourbon and smoked wheat whiskey. I was under the impression that adding a different type of whiskey would make this a blend, but it is labeled as "bourbon." When I asked about this via Twitter, Corsair said "smoked wheat can be used in bourbon as long as it remains at least 51% corn!" They appear to be saying that as long as the entire mixture remains 51% corn, it can still be called bourbon. (I don't think he is saying Corsair added wheated bourbon)
Am I off on this?