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  1. White Whiskey

    So I want to release a white whiskey, I submit my label to ttb and they come back with: Your product requires an age statement to appear on your label. It must include the length of time in one of the following formats: 4 years old; 6 months old; Aged 4 years; Aged at least 4 years; Aged a minimum of 6 months; Over 2 years old; Aged not less than 2 years; 60% whisky aged 4 years; 70% whisky aged 2 years. 27 CFR 5.40 I want it to be a white whiskey shine product I don't want to age it, that takes away from the point. I cant call it corn whiskey as it is less than 80% corn in mash how do I address this?
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