A minimum of 80 corn in the mashbill, No flavoring, coloring or blending additives, Aged in used, charred white oak barrels.
A classic example of a whiskey style that was a predecessor to Bourbon.
The forerunner and kissing cousin to Bourbon, American Straight Corn Whiskey has a recipe or mashbill that includes the minimum of 81% corn, the rest being malted barley and rye. As world-renowned whiskey writer Jim Murray wrote, "If you are a true student of whiskey, your education is a long way from being complete until you have mastered this particularly charming form."
- 750mL (liquor) size — NV(currently viewing)