‘Cooked Low & Slow’: Big River Distilling Brings Drinkers A Taste Of The South
Named after the city’s world-famous blues music, and just like its namesake, it is both bold and smooth. While it’s a young whiskey, its Raiders score may convince you to grab a bottle at your next grocery run.
Also unique about Blue Note Whiskey is the bourbon in the bottle itself. B.R. Distillery crafts proper small-batch whiskey, meaning no two batches are ever the same. The heat and humidity play a part in the flavor as well. The bourbon barrels are “cooked low and slow,” just like a southern barbeque.
If bourbon is less your thing, then grab a bottle of their Riverset Rye or any of their many private labels. Sold in stores nationwide, not too tricky to find all you need to do is look for the blue label.
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