Chill-Filtering (What Is It & Why Do It?) plus Four Roses meets Jack Daniel's
He spent the video putting out his frustrations about this change and it ended up in a video and letter writing campaign that ended up with the distillery saying they were only removing the words so they could have flexibility with these features and Ralfy suggesting the company has the right to do what it wants when they've spent so much on the distillery.
https://www.youtube.com/user/ralfystuff So what is chill-filtering and what makes it such a hot button issue for scotch drinkers? And does it matter for fans of other types of whiskies? Well, in this episode, I will review two whiskeys that both use filtering, but in different ways.
And then I'll describe what chill-filtering is and give Brown-Forman a scenerio that might help them understand why even hinting at messing with Billy Walker's masterpiece GlenDronach is raising the frustration of scotch drinkers. The two whiskeys I taste in the episode are:
*FOUR ROSES SMALL BATCH SELECT
52% ABV, 6 Four Roses Mashbills, 6 year, Non-chill filtered
JACK DANIEL'S SINGLE BARREL TENNESSEE WHISKEY
47% ABV, 80% Corn, 12% Malted Barley, 8% Rye, and sugar maple charcoal filtered.
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