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Age Your Own Whisky In 24hrs


Aging whisky isn’t easy. You need time, a distillery, barrels, a beard, and whatever ingredients go into whisky, obviously.

Or you could just purchase this pack, which helps turn bottom-shelf booze into far some ripe, vintage and venerable stuff by allowing you to add a number of elements that you get in far more expensive bottles.

Doing away with barrels and instead using wood cut horizontally instead of vertically so it can inject much more rich flavour - vanilla oakiness, maple, smoke and peat – into the brew, thus aging it over 24hrs to conjure up something that takes the big brands three years.

The project is currently on Kickstarter, and if it’s successful you’ll be able to pick up a set of two for just £8.

Then all you’ll need for your moonshine operation is a banjo.



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