New Bourbon Is Flavored By Beaver Secretion

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A distillery in New Hampshire is creating a new musky bourbon. Tamworth distillery is using the secretions of a beaver's castor sac for their new bourbon. The castoreum has a history of being used as flavoring and is on a small list the FDA calls "generally recognized as safe." The company says that the castoreum has bright and fruit qualities, and adds rich leathery notes along with a creamy vanilla aroma. Other ingredients are raspberry, Canadian snakeroot, fir needles, birch bark which is tar oil and regular oil, and maple syrup. Read The Full Story Here

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