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    Thursday
    Mar082012

    AboutBeverages.com Podcast: Give It A Shot - Jefferson's Small Batch Bourbon (Video)

    It is time once again for our "Give It A Shot" podcast where we share with you, our valued listener, something we discovered that needs to be shared immediately.  If you have any ideas for future episodes of "Give It A Shot" or just have a question, you can always send us an email to AboutBeverages@q.com.  When we're not tasting beer apparently we seem to have a soft spot for bourbon and that's exactly what we'll be trying today.  Jefferson's small batch bourbon is distilled by McLain and Kyne using limestone water from Kentucky.  What does "Very Small Batch Bourbon" actually mean?  Well instead of selecting 200-300 barrels of whiskey to be blended together for small batch bourbon, they only use 8-12 barrels of varying ages to ensure consistency.  Let's see if that pays off in the flavor.

    You may click on the media player to listen directly on our website, right click the link below to download and listen to it later, or subscribe to us and never miss an episode. Enjoy! 

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    Tasting Notes - Jefferson's Small Batch Bourbon

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