Dear Bourbon Enthusiast,Have you ever wanted to make your very own batch of bourbon?? Well … Now You Can!
As a fellow bourbonlover, it’s my great pleasure to bring you information about small distilleries all across America who create bourbon … America’s official whiskey.
It has also been my privilege to taste many of these great new bourbons … on distillery tours, tasting events, and industry showcases. Each individual distillery adds their own fresh local ingredients … and a dose of bourbon loving passion … to every taste and every bottle.
After enjoying the nuances and unique flavors of all these wonderful bourbons, I was left with a persistent, nagging question …Is it practical, or even possible, for the average whiskey enthusiast to make their very own bourbon, in their own home with a minimum of expense?
Well, after a little research and a bit of due diligence, I’m happy to tell you …The Answer is “Yes! …
”Introducing … The Bourbon Barrel Craft Fine, Aged Bourbon At Home … In Just 3 – 12 Weeks
Now, for the introductory price of just $20 (includes shipping and handling), you can craft your very own full flavored bourbon within 3 – 12 weeks in your home … no special gadgets, no high tech knowledge required! Just a simple “pour and store” process, plus a little time for aging, and your own personal brand of bourbon is ready to enjoy or share with family and friends!
Before we share exactly how The Bourbon Barrel works, let me ask you a question …
Did You Know That Over 70% of a Bourbon’s Flavor Comes From the Oak Wood in the Barrel??
It’s true … the charred new oak barrels are what gives bourbon it’s distinctive color and much of it’s taste …
And that’s where The Bourbon Barrel comes in … each glass “barrel” includes freshly charred American Oak wood chips. These oak wood chips mix with your white whiskey to create your very own distinctive bourbon …Here’s How The Bourbon Barrel Works …
- Step One: Pour 375ml of white whiskey (available at any liquor store) into the glass “barrel” with the oak chips. This immediately starts the aging process. You’ll see the white whiskey start changing colors within a few hours!
- Step Two:Save the original bottle of the white whiskey for bottling your bourbon.
- Step Three:Screw on the lid and write the date on top to track aging time. Store the glass barrel anywhere you want. And don’t be shy to taste test … test the flavor any time you’d like!
- Step Four:When you’re happy with the taste of your bourbon (we recommend anywhere from 3 – 12 weeks aging time), place a cotton ball into a funnel (to serve as a filter) and pour your bourbon back into the original white whiskey bottle.
- Step Five: Sip, enjoy, and share with friends!