Nov 29, 2018
The Whiskey Row series of Old Forester represent pivotal
dates in history for the brand. Deciding how to make them coincide
with flavor profiles takes a Master Taster.
Jackie Zykan returns to the show as we discuss sensory training
and how to sniff out binders at our local stores before diving into
the Whiskey Row series and trying 1910 Old Fine Whiskey. We wrap up
the show talking about President's Choice and if dusties inspire or
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- Do you have a new title now?
- Talk about the sensory training
- What’s different about going through this process versus just
drinking bourbon everyday?
- What tips can you give to someone about learning to nose?
- How do you know when a barrel ready to be pulled?
- How much time are you spending at the distillery vs bottling vs
anywhere else for tasting?
- Talk about why you dilute so low for tasting?
- So you have this really cool story about Old Forester 86 and
- Talk about the Whiskey Row series
- The dates all mean something
- What was the idea to make permanent line extensions instead of
doing the money grab on limited releases?
- So in a time when people say there is a bourbon shortage,
what's your response to that?
- Talk about 1910 and what happened that year
- Do you pay attention to the Facebook and bourbon forums out
- Why not have a 2014 series to commemorate the new
- Talk about President's Choice and your integral part in it
- What’s your ideal bourbon profile?
- What’s the oldest Brown-Forman product you’ve tried?