Episode 380: July 28, 2012

What’s the most intense environment one could age a whisky in? A Kentucky rickhouse with 100-degree temperature swings and high humidity…maybe. How about a deep-sea fishing boat on the ocean for more than three years? Trey Zoeller of Jefferson’s Bourbon came up with the idea to put several Bourbon casks on a friend’s boat…and his Ocean-Aged Bourbon is the result. He’ll tell us how the marine environment changed the spirit into something unique. In the news, the latest on Bruichladdich’s sale, a new Bourbon honoring a legendary whiskey thief, and much more…

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Links:  Jefferson’s Bourbon | Bruichladdich | Larceny Bourbon | The Maltman | Duncan Taylor | Kensington Wine Market | Scotch Malt Whisky Society Canada | Sullivan’s Cove | Glenfiddich Malt Mastermind | International Wine & Spirits Competition | Whisky Fun

Mark Gillespie

I'm the host and executive producer of WhiskyCast.

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