WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
The Whiskey Wash
"Infuse Spirits is one of the many craft outlets out there trying to find ways to distinguish their whiskeys in an increasingly crowded marketplace. For them, their ace in the hole is taking young aged whiskeys and finishing and maturing them in steel tanks with wood chips from specific types of barrels."
"Broken Barrel Whiskey is unapologetically different from other whiskeys. Similar to a mash bill and equally as important, the company’s coined process called the Oak Bill—the selection of various oak barrel staves used to finish our products—is what defines the whiskey. The result is a synthesis nowhere to be found with traditional whiskey, and luckily, the project has paid off tremendously."
Blind Whiskey Reviews - Broken Barrel Bourbon
"Every batch of Broken Barrel Bourbon is aged in charred American oak barrels infused with French Oak, Oloroso Sherry, and ex-bourbon casks until balanced and smooth. I'm very pleased to see a craft producer doing something like this; I think they did a good job."
"This week on Founder's Stories we talk with Seth Benhaim the founder of Infuse Spirits, Broken Barrel Whiskey, and Co-host of the Cartel Hour Podcast. During our time together, Seth shared how he started Infuse Spirits back in 2012 out of his grandmas garage and how it ultimately lead to the creation of Broken Barrel Whiskey with their unique 'Oak Bill' process! "
My Bourbon Journey
"Can you have BOTH an Oak Bill and Mash Bill? Seth, owner of Broken Barrel Whiskey explains this during our live review of what Whiskey they currently have out on the market. What they are doing through their process of finishing these whiskey's, it's very interesting and different than what anyone else is doing in the market"
The Dirty Glass
"We review Broken Barrel Whiskey's The Cask Of Amontillado."
Protodead - Is It Good?
"Broken Barrel Rye, 105 proof. It hits the spot!"
Whiskey Lore - Tasting Tuesday 38
"The Cask Of Amontillado is a fascinating whiskey… They take the staves of the amontillado sherry and put them inside the whiskey to give it its flavor so unlike other whiskeys. The barrel is actually finished in the whiskey, which I think is a fascinating concept, because that means that not only are you tasting the age of the inside of the barrel, but you're tasting the age of the outside of the barrel as well!"