Jefferson's Wood started by putting 4-year-old bourbon that had been aged in new charred white oak barrels and finished it in 13 different environments/vessels. There were so many combinations to experiment with – new bourbon barrels, new wine barrels, wine barrel heads on a new bourbon barrel, insert oak staves that have been seared, or oak cubes that have been slow-cooked, etc. Over a period of 32 months, they charted the characteristics of each experiment monthly and analyzed how the different treatments have affected the outcome of the final whiskey. Here you get to try 5 different samplings that were created from this experiment.
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