Originally Posted by Trumpstylz
It is absolutely not corn whiskey. There is a type of whiskey called corn whiskey, but its not pappy. Although pappy does use corn in it, there is also wheat and barley, and the barrels used are brand new unused white oak for every barrel as opposed to used barrels for corn whiskey. They are very different.
And the rye is also really good, but even harder to find than the 20 year.
I've had all ages offered in the Pappy Van Winkles... and I'm joking a bit when I call it corn whiskey, but corn is definitely there. It's good bourbon, but still bourbon, which has a fairly narrow range of flavors, in my opinion. My brother's bar in Chicago is well-known for bourbons, and I've had a decent range of them. Scotch has a much wider variety in flavors overall, in my opinion, and I prefer the absence of the corn sweetness. I'm not saying I don't like bourbon, just that I prefer whisky over whiskey.
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