DIY Aging White Whiskey

We’ve had the House Spirits White Dog for a while now. While it’s pretty good to drink on its own, it also begs to be played with, as noted when we made our white whiskey cocktail. Well, we’re back at it again. We picked up a bag of charred American oak from a local homebrew supply store and dropped it inside a portion of our House Spirits whiskey. 

The oak has only been sitting in our white dog for less than a week, and it’s already started to effect a slight change in color. 

This picture makes the whiskey look darker than it actually is. It’s probably reflecting the colors of the oak and the table, but the color is still very slightly beige. We’ll be tasting it periodically and will keep you updated on this little experiment.

February 23, 2012 | Comments | Permalink |

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