Don Phillipson wrote:
Adam Funk wrote:
They're aged a minimum of three years in used oak casks.
"Marc Goodman" wrote in message
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Context Away wonders what the oak casks were used for, and
why Dr. Pepper only comes in cans and bottles.
Whiskey is aged in wood barrels: preferably those used
earlier for storing such wines as bordeaux and sherry.
Maybe in Canada they do this, but,IIRC, in the US, whiskey has to be
put in new barrels that have been charred on the inside.
J. Del Col