One of these things is not like the other. And that thing is Idaho. If someone told us Idaho's favorite and most ordered hard-drink was anything other than bourbon or whiskey, we would've high-fived their face. Check out the picture below. See that guy's face? We're that serious about this.
How did this happen? Who's to blame? Was the election rigged? We're having 2016 flashbacks. Excuse us while we pour ourselves a glass of Bulleit on a rock. Why do we need Bulleit? That's the equivalent of asking us why we need oxygen, but we'll indulge you nonetheless.
Like Idaho, Bulleit Frontier Whiskey is as complex as it is palatable. Idaho's backyard is punctuated by rocky terrains, vast valleys, beautiful lakes, and a wildlife presence tourists and hunters can't resist. And Idahoans themselves are just as alluring. There's something about our resolve to protect what's ours that intensifies an outsider's attraction to our culture and way of life. Like we said, it's a complex affair.
Bulleit's flavor profile is a thing of beauty. A medium amber shade, its subtle spice and enticing bite is balanced by the sweetness of its oak-like aroma. Some say its smooth mid-palate strike seasoned with notes of maple, oak, and nutmeg reminds them of honey. That's until the long finish settles in and they're met with a dry and satiny-smooth toffee ending.
Bulleit and Idaho sound like a round in a chamber or a delicious duo, don't they? This is why we were gobsmacked to learn that Idaho's most preferred and most served hard beverage was something other than bourbon or whiskey. Keep scrolling to see what Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho's liquor-of-choice is.
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