Whiskey from Fresh Corn vs Dried Corn
Corn Whiskey Re-imagined
THE OLD WAY: Yellow Dent field corn, the same corn used for ethanol and hog feed, is harvested and shelled when the small hard kernels corn have completely dried on the cob.
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It’s the same corn used for ethanol and hog feed. It can make good whiskey: Jack Daniels is 80% from dried corn. But we wanted to make absolutely wonderful corn whiskey, so we worked with fresh-picked white corn, the same corn you buy at the grocer’s to eat at home.
UP TO DATE: Devin Cain has developed a way to make whiskey from fresh corn. It’s not easy: it took him four years.
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Elegant, rich in flavor, incredibly smooth, easy to drink.