Tag Archives: Four Or More Grain

Buffalo Trace Organic Six Grain Experimental Whiskey Review

Buffalo Trace Six Grain Experimental Bourbon

By Father John Rayls Rating: B+ The Buffalo Trace Organic 6 Grain Bourbon Whiskey from their Experimental Collection is another interesting whiskey in a line of interesting whiskeys from Buffalo Trace. They have been experimenting over at Buffalo Trace for years, and that commitment now includes over 14,000 aging barrels, at least one dedicated warehouse (a laboratory warehouse at that!) ...

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Buffalo Trace Experimental Collection Adds Six Grain Whiskey

Buffalo Trace Distillery has experimented with a variety of grains in their latest Experimental Collection release, six grains in one bourbon to be exact. The latest release is named Organic Six Grain Whiskey. Distilled in early May 2010, this whiskey mash bill contains an assortment of grains; corn, buckwheat, brown rice, sorghum, wheat, and rice. These grains were milled, cooked ...

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Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain Bourbon Review

Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain Bourbon

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Since 2011, Colonel E.H. Taylor whiskeys have become fan favorites among enthusiasts not just because of their quality, or even their place at the forefront of Bottled in Bond whiskeys, but also because the line yields limited editions that most actually have a decent shot at buying. So it is that I am quite certain ...

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Latest Col. E.H. Taylor Whiskey, A Four Grain Bourbon, Heading Out Now

Buffalo Trace Distillery continues its homage to former Distillery owner Colonel E. H. Taylor, Jr. with a special release bourbon whiskey made using four grains in the bourbon recipe.  This 100 proof, Bottled-In-Bond, small batch recipe bourbon was aged for 12 years and is a limited edition release. Made from a distinct bourbon recipe using corn, rye, wheat, and malted ...

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The Four Grain Bourbons

Ear of Rye Grain

Is Four Grain Bourbon Finally Poised To Deliver On Its Promise? By Richard Thomas When the micro-distilling movement first began to take off six or seven years ago, it just happened to happily coincide with the great rye whiskey shortage. That shortage was an opening for many new distillers, allowing them to gain a market foothold by making small barrel ...

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