The Art and Craft of Bourbon: Everything You Need to Know
What is Bourbon?
Bourbon is a type of whiskey that is distilled from a mash made primarily from corn. To be considered bourbon, the mash must contain at least 51% corn and be aged in brand new, charred oak barrels. The barrels must also be stored at no more than 125 proof and bottled at at least 80 proof.
History of Bourbon
Bourbon’s history dates back to the late 18th century when it was first produced in Kentucky. It is said that pioneer distiller Elijah Craig was the first to age his whiskey in charred oak barrels, giving it the distinct oaky flavor that bourbon is known for. Unlike its predecessor, moonshine, bourbon quickly gained popularity and became the go-to drink of the Wild West.
What Makes Blood Oath Pact No. 9 Bourbon Whiskey Special?
Blood Oath Pact No. 9 Bourbon Whiskey is a premium bourbon produced by Lux Row Distillers, one of the leading bourbon producers in the world. It is made from a unique blend of three rare bourbons, each aged for a minimum of 11 years. The result is a smooth and complex whiskey with notes of vanilla, caramel, and spice, that is sure to impress even the most discerning bourbon drinkers.
The Taste of Blood Oath Pact No. 9 Bourbon Whiskey
Blood Oath Pact No. 9 Bourbon Whiskey has a rich amber color and a complex nose with hints of vanilla, oak, and spice. On the palate, it is smooth and full-bodied with sweet notes of caramel and toffee, followed by a spicy kick towards the end. The finish is long and warming, with a subtle hint of smoke and oak.
Blood Oath Pact No. 9 Bourbon Whiskey is a premium bourbon that is best enjoyed neat or on the rocks. It is a testament to the art and craft of bourbon-making, and a must-try for anyone who appreciates a good whiskey. So the next time you’re in the mood for a drink, grab a bottle of Blood Oath Pact No. 9 Bourbon Whiskey and savor the rich flavors of this exceptional whiskey.