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48538Re: Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey

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  • waljaco
    Sep 6, 2012
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      There is a practice of speeding up aging by using honey or even maple syrup.
      wal

      --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, Luke Luke <mr.lukeluke@...> wrote:
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      > I double distill mead made from a strong tropical honey (which has been
      > burnt), this gets close to the flavour. add a little lighter flavoured
      > honey after it has aged for the sweetness. it is close but doesnt quite
      > have that bourbon hit, maybe aged on some bourbon barrel chips? i have a
      > theory that adding honey at the start of the ageing process interfers with
      > getting the maximum flavour. but then again if you get the balance right it
      > might work out well. adding a couple of spoons of honey is a good way of
      > smoothing out almost any rough edged spirit.
      > if you like the JD honey try the Wild turkey honey.
      >
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