Whipper Snapper Distillery introduces Australia’s first Red Corn Whiskey
Our amazing client, Whipper Snapper Distillery, has just introduced Australia’s First Red Corn Whiskey. A new addition to their corn series, created to highlight the many different varieties of maize, and the first of many to come.
This rare heirloom variety, also known as ‘Jimmy Red’, was a favourite amongst southern U.S moonshiners in the early 1900s. Back in 2018, they sourced this special variety from their legendary farmer, Christian Bloecker, who also grows their yellow corn variety, at the Bothkamp family farm in Kununurra.
Congratulations to the team on this achievement. Insight Advisory Group is proud to have been supporting Whipper Snapper Distillery since it was a startup, to be involved in the process, and supported their journey as they have grown and flourished.
More information on this adventure in this article: https://www.kimberleyecho.com.au/news/the-kimberley-echo/cheers-to-that-australias-first-red-corn-whiskey-produced-with-grain-from-kununurras-ord-valley-c-5706482 and https://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2019-10-27/australias-first-red-corn-whiskey-grown-in-was-ord-valley/11627270
Whipper Snapper Distillery’s latest announcement:
“Incredibly by simply changing the corn type we see a significate flavour difference. Compared to the regular Upshot which uses yellow corn, red corn doesn’t carry the heavier vanilla or spice notes. A lighter, more gentle character carrying new honey, apple, toffee flavours developed with a creamier mouth feel.”
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