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We are joined by the newest member of the Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame, Trey Zoeller. Trey is the Founder of Jefferson’s Bourbon and is a return guest to the Bourbon Lens podcast. Trey previously joined us for Episode 72 and we were happy to catch up with him during Bourbon Heritage Month. In this episode, we discuss Jefferson’s latest innovation, Jefferson’s Tropics Aged in Humidity, which had Trey send a load of his bourbon to Singapore to test the impact of Singapore's extreme heat and humidity. We hope you enjoy this episode and welcome your feedback, as always!
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Trey Zoeller and his father, Chet, a famed bourbon historian, established Jefferson’s in 1997. They were continuing a family tradition that goes back to 1799 when Trey’s eighth generation grandmother became the first woman on record in America to be arrested for the “production and sales of spirituous liquors.” Over the last 25 years, Trey has brought a unique perspective to Jefferson’s, seeing bourbon through the lens of nature, exploration, and experiences. The brand has led with innovations in the art of blending and maturation, yielding distinctive flavors.