Sherry Casks in Halacha all that you need to kow about sherry casks and how the fine nuance’s make a diffrence in Halacha.
- We will begin with exploring the tree’s that are used in the making of a barrel.
- How American Oak, European Oak, French Oak, Japanese Oak, and sherry, all add a diffrent flavor.
- Followed by how strong of an influeunce the first fill, of Alcohol the barrel has on future fills.
- Followed by the second or third time the barrel is filled [a barrel lasts for seventy years] and how it gets labeled.
- How the whiskey still influence’s the taste of the alcohol, and the confusion beetween the taste of the barrel and the taste that is unique to the still’s used at Macallan being the smallst stills there for leaving in the strongest flavor.
- Finaly what barrels can be classified as sherry and are they all of Kashrus Concern.
All this and more over the next few months! So get onboard get all your friends on board!
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