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Hi guys my name is pot and I'm bringing payment today just because it's my first. Video I'm drinking they. Were not volume of films I won't touched by Scott Damon exactly is and what are the rules around to be able to call something available Bibble has to come from America so has to be from the US it has to be at least 51 same cone as a pice it has to be distilled no. More than 160 proof which in terms of alcohol means shouldn't be more than using alcohol by volume then gets into the barrel for energy shouldn't go any more than 125 processor is what the do is they add some wood and some distilled water to they musky before it goes into the barrel if. It is more than 125 proof it needs to go in a new charred oak barrel then it has to be mean of two years of a chancer has to rest in the barrel for at least two years it gets all the flavors. Versus the fibers and lots of comments not the case most of time they've already seen the mark there are four or five years plus so those are the main rules which makes something available so all these rules combined together to be able to call a spirit. Of ischemia and oftentimes you see this phrase which sighs all tables are whiskeys but not all whiskies of rebels are again all these rules of thing to be able to call a spirit a favor now what I'm drinking tonight is which came from Willard distillery. It's 47 percent alcohol by volume or 94 proof thanks to tickety-boo liquor company here in Auckland New Zealand now surviving a sample of this - troy'd right Natsumi motor actually resembles one of the copperpot still there in love table I actually love the miniatures which Rebecca bring them in Egypt it is look how cute. It is love this this just came in today vision feels great it's putting gifts this actually is a great gift as well for someone who likes the valence as renewing is. Themself of is probably other fish wants to stop this here in Auckland now this distillery is based in Bardstown in kentucky region of us. It's a small family open into operation this distillery has been there for a long. Time but they stopped producing for some reason now they started a game distilling in 2012 but all of the descriptions that I play here which is going to pour still the joint run the Kentucky vintage there is this Noah's mill so will these whiskeys all of these babies are so Swiss keys. I say now so sig whiskey is something as a common practice which is done by a lot of these craft distillers I guess followed of these craft. Distillers financially it's almost prohibited to set up the own distillery x-type sort of investment a lot. Of money goes in the and setting up a distillery so both these guys have been doing it fast they dig by was kissed by distance spent from different Belvin distilleries in Kentucky and they bring it home they bring it to the warehouse they. The a little mature browse and then when they think it's very important that way they can actually have different expression different brands in the market now this particular one which are drinking here is very poor still on the nose it's nice you get that nice funny or. Lemon kick flip those files little bit of white. Paper on the nose nice sweet sweetness is almost like caramel either is there hint of brown sugar now having having 51% corn as a base also. As to their sweetness as. An end result corn being more sweet as a grain when I you see it has to be 51% of corn so that's the minimum. So they can go 60% corn 70% corn erased they mix it out with some who I. And malted barley wooden body is just needed those kick start the fermentation process when East is added it's just to do something with the sugars or how modern barley as a grain is which expands from. The ease and let's the other drained to follow nice sweetness initially get this vanilla caramel notes the probe spice nicely balanced very easy nothing strong coming up front they are over 40 Simpson is pretty smooth here yeah this goes from massive there are hints of spiciness which lingers the aftertaste is so stays there for.

 


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