Sunday, April 22, 2018

Wiggly Bridge Small Barrel Bourbon - A Little Taste of Kentucky, from Maine! (ME)

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Wiggly Bridge Small Barrel Bourbon is one of my favorite bourbons. And hint, hint, it's not from Kentucky - it made in Maine!

I've been drinking Wiggly Bridge for almost a year now. I've drank Scotches, bourbons, Tennessee whiskies - and I am here to tell you that Wiggly bridge is making some righteous hootch in York, Maine. And that their bourbon stands apar - and together made with anything other bourbon you'll have.

The business is own by David Woods and David Woods Jr. Wiggly Bridge Distillery is family owned and operated. David Woods has always been self-employed, an has owned a hand full of business ventures. When he’s not distilling or stopping in at the other businesses, David enjoys spending time with his kids and six grandchildren.

Young David Woods (aka "Little David") has been part of the family business since a young age, and he is a jack of all trades. David is a self-taught welder who makes coppers stills.

Wiggly bridge is a small batch distillery committed to making quality stuff. They make a white whiskey, a small barrel bourbon, small barrel rum, a white rum, a vodka and a small batch dry gin. Their lineup is solid throughout.

But the bourbon to me shines through! It starts off with sweet corn, cereal, caramel and honey, oak, and dried fruit (dates, figs, apple and pear), and has hints of sweet tobacco and a lovely vanilla touch.

Who knew? It's a little taste of Kentucky in York, Maine! This is a wonderful whiskey! Buy it!!!!