A sugar cane bourbon is made by mixing the grains of corn and sugar into a distillation vessel.
A bourbon is a whiskey made from grain whiskey distilled in a distillery.
A whiskey barrel, or mash tun, is a barrel made to hold the mash, the liquid in the mash that is made from corn.
The barrel is usually filled with corn or corn meal.
The mash tun is the vessel where the grain and corn is mixed.
Bourbon barrels are made by using the grain of the distillery and a mash tun that are lined with copper wire.
The copper wire is a sort of wire that is stretched over a piece of copper to create a sort a hole.
The hole in the copper wire connects the grain to the copper pipe.
The grain and the copper are then allowed to sit on top of each other for a while, until the mash is boiled to make sugar.
The grains that are mixed into the distillation chamber of a bourbon are often broken up into smaller pieces to make smaller batches.
The barrels are then heated to the point where the mash turns a reddish-brown color and a strong smell comes out of the mash tun.
Bourbon whiskey is typically made in a barrel at least 20 feet long by at least 10 feet wide by about 15 feet deep.
Bourbon is made of corn, sugar, and water.
There are many varieties of bourbon available, including: Brown Sugar Bourbon (1846)