Low Gap 4 Year Wheat Whiskey is made from 100% malted Bavarian hard wheat and is a combination of four and five year old whiskey and aged in a combination of four different barrels: new charred oak (American), ex-Bourbon (Buffalo Trace), ex-Brandy (French Limousine) and ex-Port (Spanish Oak). This multi-barrel approach lends a unique quality… Continue!
Cedar Ridge Wheat Whiskey is made using 100% winter white wheat and on the whole it’s a fairly rare release as not a whole lot of people do a wheat whiskey. Heaven Hill has a wheat whiskey and a couple of craft guys have one and that’s it. There isn’t a huge amount of competition… Continue!
Parker’s Heritage Wheat Whiskey is historically significant because the barrels used to make this come from the first run (distillation) of whiskey that would become the Bernheim Original Wheat Whiskey which was the first widely available wheat based whiskey on the market. The 2014 Parker’s Heritage is divided in to 2 different batches. The first… Continue!
This is a 7 year old expression of the Bernheim Original Wheat Whiskey. It’s a continuation of the Bernheim Wheat Whiskey line which is the original mass produced wheat whiskey. The term “mass produced” might come off sounding a bit negative, but it simply means that it was the first Wheat Whiskey to be available… Continue!
In the pantheon of American Whiskey the Bernheim Original Wheat Whiskey is rather rare for the simple fact that it’s a wheat whiskey. There are a few other folks out there, like Sonoma, that make a wheat whiskey, but they’re few and far between. It’s a soft and nuanced grain and on it’s own doesn’t… Continue!
The Sonoma 2nd Chance Wheat Whiskey is distilled from a mash of unmalted wheat and malted rye. Unusual you say? Quite, but why is it called 2nd Chance you ask? Well that’s because they’re aging it the same small barrels previously used to age their bourbon on. In Sonoma County Distilling’s Words: Sonoma 2nd Chance… Continue!