Bourbon

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Bourbon is a popular style of American whiskey strongly associated to the South. In the United States there are numerous criteria that must be met to call a whiskey “bourbon,”  but the major requirements are: produced in the US; distilled with from a grain mixture at least 51% corn; aged in charred, new oak barrels. Popular Bourbon cocktails include: Mint Julep, Old Fashioned, Presbyterian.

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