Re: [Distillers] Bourbon Recipe
- Thanks for that ...does that recipe taste anything like the commercial bought bourbon??Glenn----- Original Message -----From: Bill van den EngelTo: Distillers groupSent: Monday, August 06, 2001 8:54 AMSubject: [Distillers] Bourbon Recipe1. Soak 2.25 litres 40% in 1 bag of JD's chips and 50 mls of flavour from Classic American Bourbon Sachet and age for 3 weeks2. Soak spent JD' chips ( from above) in 1.125 litres of 40 % and flavour with 15ml of Sprits Unlimited premium bourbon mixAllow this to soak for 3 weeks3.Soak 1.125 litres of 40% in 1 heaped Tablespoon of virgin oak sawdust, add 1/2 a sachet of Classic Tennessee Flavouring and allow to soak for 3 weeks4. Combine in the same ratio2 x 1125mls on chips and American Bourbon1 x 1125mls on spent chips and premium bourbon1 x 1125mls on oak and Tennessee flavouringAge for another 4 weeksI find the best thing is to put down a couple of litres a week. Once the ball is rolling you will have a steady supply of quality Bourbon.By the way, this recipe took 18 months of weekly brewing flavouring and tasting to perfect.Call it a labour of love.Allowing for a clean starting spirit this will give you a Bourbon that is best served on its own with just a dash of water to bring out the flavour.
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- to G&NTry it. Being of Dutch extraction I started using the Spirits unlimited because it was cheapto cd n caUsed Jack Daniels Barrels broken into chips and supplied through N.Z. homebrew shops
I'm looking for a good Bourbon recipe. I am aware of posting #2883
from the Recipes List in the Files section, but it's for Oak
application only and not a wash recipe.
I checked Homedistiller.org, but it must be somewhere in a section
not listed as Bourbon.
- I found what I was looking for in Tony's site, although please feel
free to post recipes anyway. There's an excellent write-up on
Bourbon under "Commercial Spirits".
Sorry for the fire drill.
> I'm looking for a good Bourbon recipe. I am aware of posting #2883
> from the Recipes List in the Files section, but it's for Oak
> application only and not a wash recipe.
> I checked Homedistiller.org, but it must be somewhere in a section
> not listed as Bourbon.
- Greetings Gentlemen and Ladies,
About a year or so ago there was an excellent recipe on this group. I tried it and it was
perfect. I have been very busy and unable to stay involved. I have searched all the Bourbon
recipies and have not been able to find it. I believe it called for 10 lbs of corn and 6 lbs of
Barley (malted). I seem to have misplaced it. Do any of you recall it? Any and all help would
be very much appreciated. I am looking forward to getting back to the hobbie.
- --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "abeck111" <abeck111@...> wrote:
>group. I tried it and it was
> Greetings Gentlemen and Ladies,
> About a year or so ago there was an excellent recipe on this
> perfect. I have been very busy and unable to stay involved. Ihave searched all the Bourbon
> recipies and have not been able to find it. I believe it calledfor 10 lbs of corn and 6 lbs of
> Barley (malted). I seem to have misplaced it. Do any of yourecall it? Any and all help would
> be very much appreciated. I am looking forward to getting back tothe hobbie.
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