A handful of craft distillers are experimenting with buckwheat – but can the resulting spirit really be called whiskey?
American Whiskey Bourbon
Corsair Grainiac Bourbon is one of the more unusual and truly unique experiments to hail from this distillery, incorporating nine grains in its mash bill.
We pay a visit to the Corsair Malt House, the Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory of malting, in Tennessee to see an old whiskey tradition in action.
We review Corsair Triple Smoke, an American single malt featuring barley smoked with peat, cherrywood, and beechwood.
We review Corsair Ryemageddon Whiskey, made from two different types of malted rye and produced by one of the more experimental distilleries out there.
We review Corsair Quinoa Whiskey. That’s right, a whiskey made from quinoa that actually tastes pretty darn good, just in case you are wondering.
The Corsair Distillery out of Tennessee is known for producing some very offbeat whiskies. We visit them to find out more.
A group of the best craft whiskey makers come together once again for a new “Four Kings” bottling, this time focused upon a blended rye.
The rise of distilleries in almost every state in America has created some great craft whiskey choices. Here are five of the very best making this form of spirit right now.
The mad scientists at the popular Corsair distillery in Tennessee turn to two unusual grain types for some of their latest seasonal whiskies.