The best way to drink bourbon
According to the bourbon masters: there’s no wrong way to drink bourbon.
Jacob Call, master distiller at O.Z. Tyler Distillery likes to drink it neat. He also suggests drinking with just a single cube of ice.
There are also special glasses that can be used that allow the aroma to rise like the Glencairn glass or whiskey snifter. You could also the classic old fashioned, here!
O.Z. Tyler Distillery is just one great place to get this classic Kentucky liquor around the River City. They also part of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
Fun Fact: Bourbon can be made in any U.S. state, but the vast majority comes from Kentucky. According to the O.Z. Tyler Distillery website: As defined by federal standards, Bourbon Whiskey must be stored in charred new oak barrels at not more than 125 proof and it must contain not less than 51% corn. There is no set minimum time for Bourbon Whiskey to age in a barrel, with the exception of Straight Bourbon Whiskey which must age in a barrel for at least two years.
O.Z. Tyler Distillery is open for tours and tastings Mondays through Saturdays. Want to learn more? Check out their website, here.
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