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In the world of American whiskey regions, Pennsylvania has historically been considered rye country. It is therefore rather interesting to see a young Pennsylvania distillery launch a wheat-heavy, no-rye bourbon as its first whiskey. A wise choice? The proof is always what’s in the bottle, so here is some information about the new County Seat Spirits Hidden Copper Bourbon.
Hidden Copper Bourbon, according to the distillery, is made up of Pennsylvania corn, Pennsylvania wheat, and malted barley. The whiskey is, like many craft releases, on the young side at just over one year in age. It is also…
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