For our tasting with bourbon experts Mike Veach and Susan Reigler, we compared two traditional bourbons (Old Forester Signature and Ancient Ancient Age 10 Year) with wheated ones (W.L. Weller Special Reserve and Old Fitzgerald Bottled in Bond). Each taster was provided with water and a plate of nibbles that could neutralize or heighten the whiskies' flavors: cheese, nuts, bread, fruit and chocolate.
For our tasting with bourbon experts Mike Veach and Susan Reigler, we compared two traditional bourbons (Old Forester Signature and Ancient Ancient Age 10 Year) with wheated ones (W.L. Weller Special Reserve and Old Fitzgerald Bottled in Bond). Each taster was provided with water and a plate of nibbles that could neutralize or heighten the whiskies' flavors: cheese, nuts, bread, fruit and chocolate. Herald-Leader
For our tasting with bourbon experts Mike Veach and Susan Reigler, we compared two traditional bourbons (Old Forester Signature and Ancient Ancient Age 10 Year) with wheated ones (W.L. Weller Special Reserve and Old Fitzgerald Bottled in Bond). Each taster was provided with water and a plate of nibbles that could neutralize or heighten the whiskies' flavors: cheese, nuts, bread, fruit and chocolate. Herald-Leader

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