jbdavenport1 Posted March 9, 2018 Share Posted March 9, 2018 So here's one for the peanut gallery. I was watching an episode of "Moonshiners' and two of the guys were running a honey wash in one still and a rye mash in another still and letting the separate vapors come together in the lyne arm and condense together. Said it made for a much cleaner spirit where both the rye and honey carried over more flavor. That got me thinking, could you run a pure corn mash, distill it. Then run a rye mash and distill it, then blend the two together and call it bourbon (once you age of course)? I wonder if there would be any taste benefit, operational benefit, etc. Comments from the peanut gallery. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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