Best Bourbon For The Money: 10 Best Bourbons Under $50

What drink do you prefer? If your answer is bourbon, you are at the right place because we are talking today about the best bourbon for the money: 10 best bourbons under $50.

I always considered drinks like bourbon like some elite drink. It was always too expensive and drank only on special occasions. Of course, when you are a teenager, only drinks that you are able to sneak in beer and wine and that’s enough for you. But when you come in a certain age, where there are no limits, you decide to widen your horizons.

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I think that there is no drink that I haven’t tried out. I have tasted (I believe) all sorts of wine. When I was at the festival, I tasted all international wines. Speaking of it, no matter what people say, there is no better beer than Guinness and the Russian one that I really can’t remember the name. But that’s just me. As the shots are concerned, I wanted to try them all. I will say just one thing: clean vodka- never again in my life! But, let’s focus on bourbon now.

What is bourbon? Along with the scotch, bourbon is the most popular type of whiskey. It is mainly produced in America, preferably in Kentucky. The only state where you can’t find the traditional bourbon is Tennessee, that made its own type of whiskey (Jack Daniel’s).

How is bourbon made? Traditionally, bourbon is made with 51% corn and it has to be distilled to 160 proof (80% alcohol by volume) and has to be kept in charred oak barrels at 125 proof (62.5% alcohol by volume) and has to be bottled at no less than 80 proof (40% alcohol by volume).

What is the difference between $50 bourbon and $3,000 bourbon? Bourbon is in a way like wine. There is an aging period involved and based on it, the price is put. Of course, the older, the merrier. But this isn’t always the case, just like when you taste some old wine. But, unlike the wine that can taste like pickles, some old bourbon older than 10 years can taste exactly the same as the one produced last year. Of course, the price isn’t the same, so, if you make this mistake, better lie to yourself and say that it reminds you of Michter’s Celebration Sour Mash Whiskey or Old Fitzgerald Very Old 8 Year Old Bourbon.

I believe that we made everything clear about the production. Of course, you can take the material and start producing your own bourbon because it is cheaper. Or you can just pick up the best bourbon for the money: 10 best bourbons under $50 and enjoy.

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