Tuesday’s Shot of Bourbon Trivia

During Prohibition, a rum-runner named William Frederick McCoy was known for never watering down his product – when you bought spirits from him, you were sure to get the genuine deal. Some say this is theĀ origin of the phrase “the real McCoy.”

Source: “Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey: An American History,” by Michael Veach, bourbon historian

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