If you are a bourbon or whiskey enthusiast, you've likely noticed that whiskey collecting has become a hot hobby. This has led to higher prices and harder-to-find bottles that just a few years ago were populating shelves across the country. You might even do some whiskey collecting yourself.
So, we want to ask (and maybe provide an answer to), "Should I collect or drink my whiskey?" Let's have some fun.
Kentucky bourbon whiskey, straight rye whiskey, and whiskey whiskey–there are many variations of everyone’s favorite brown spirit available in every liquor store and bar in the country. But have you ever stopped and really considered the differences? This advanced guide to bourbon, whiskey, and rye will teach you everything you need to know to drink like a pro.
And, even if you already know the basics, we hope you’ll learn something new and appreciate what’s in your glass even more.
Rebel Bourbon is now the Official Bourbon of the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) for the 2023 season. The multifaceted partnership includes entitlement rights to the PLL’s penalty box, jersey patches with Chaos Lacrosse Club, and an exclusive “Rebel of the Week” content series across PLL platforms.
There are probably a few things you know for sure about whiskey–it’s delicious, fun to drink, and works as well in a cocktail as it does as a stand-alone sipper. But how much do you know about how it’s made?
Aging is an essential part of the process of making bourbon. In fact, it's one of the official, legal requirements, along with the fact that it must be made from at least 51 percent corn and be aged in charred oak barrels.