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    Aging bourbon is seconds?

    Interesting concept on aging bourbon in seconds, but I doubt it works.

    http://punchdrink.com/articles/whisk...-older-faster/

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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    Oh lawd someone is looking to out-Cleveland Cleveland!

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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    The folks at Cleveland Whiskey and their fans all say that the end product tastes good as well. Whiskey drinkers who don't fall into the johnny come lately category come to a different conclusion.

    I'm interested in how they can make distilled spirits with the evaporator and no mention of a license.
    My name is Joel Goodson. I deal in human fulfillment.
    I grossed over eight thousand dollars in one night. Time of your life, huh kid?

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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    Sounds like the bar on the Starship Enterprise that can "make" any whisky you want in any color.
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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    Someone buy a barrel of LDI and a Sonicare toothbrush and let's make this happen!

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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    The owner of Polyscience was on Alton Brown's podcast a while back. He talked about this gadget to infuse wood flavor into cocktails. He was specifically talking about barrel aged cocktails though and not aging whiskey. I can't imagine this being good for anything other than "finishing" aged whiskey.
    Last edited by flaminiom; 05-06-2014 at 12:37.
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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    Good for sales . . . .
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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    So shooting sound waves into spirit with chopped up furniture mixed in. There is no way that can taste good. right?

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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    It's all in the wrist flicking the switch.
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    Re: Aging bourbon is seconds?

    You guys. We been doing that for years with vodka, liquid smoke, and flat Coke. A little vanilla helps.

 

 

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