Los Alamos’ own Don Quixote Distillery and Winery is now featured in the Huffington Post. The online publication reviewed the company’s flagship product, Blue Corn Bourbon, which is the only one of its kind in the world.
The spirits critic highlighted the bourbon’s “vanilla notes,” and “pleasant sipper.” Another unique feature of Don Quixote’s product was the absence of a burn that most bourbons have.
This Blue Corn Bourbon Whiskey is made from 75 percent New Mexico blue corn and 25 percent wheat, and then processed in the Jemez Mountains.
Don Quixote Distillery and Winery has a tasting room at 236 Rio Bravo in White Rock, and another location in the historic Line Camp in Pojoaque. Both locations are open noon to 6 p.m. Sunday through Monday. The tasting rooms offer samples of the company’s wines and spirits for $5. Products can also be purchased at http://store.dqdistillery.com.
Huffington Post’s original story on the local company can be found at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/24/blue-corn-bourbon_n_3134746.html.
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