Last night I noodded off in front of the TV. (It's easy to lose track of time while watching the continuous coverage of the war.) Before I zonked, glass in hand (I didn't spill a drop while I napped ), I drank about three quarters of a generous pour (2-3 ounces) of Corner Creek in an EWSB rocks glass.
When I awoke a couple of hours later, the remaining bourbon had turned cloudy. It tasted funny, too, but that could be because of the condition of my mouth after sleeping a while.
Does anyone know what sort of change took place? Why would this bourbon undergo a change so significant in such a short time when I've had others hold up after sitting out all night?