New Holland ages its bourbon in American oak barrels for years and then in beer for three months. Stop and think about that for a second. Now imagine how delicious it's going to taste. According to New Holland's website the end result is a mix of "biscuity notes" and "smooth malt character" with "whiskey tones of toffee and caramel." That's all the encouragement we need for a liquid diet. Drink responsibly.
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