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There is no denying the connection between Bourbon and the military, and many of the most well-known personalities in American whiskey were first-line military personnel.
In Columbus, Ohio, a wheated Bourbon recipe consisting of 70% corn, 20% wheat, and 10% barley is used to create Horse Solder Barrel Strength Bourbon. When it is around five years old, it unleashes massive waves of vanilla, cinnamon, clove, and pepper that ignite the tongue and activate the taste senses.
John Koko and Scott Neil, both former Green Berets, established Horse Soldiers. Particularly Scott was a member of the initial group of 90 soldiers dispatched into Afghanistan after 9/11 to combat the Taliban and Al Qaeda; this is the same operation that was just made into a movie starring Chris Hems worth called 12 Strong. Because the Green Berets and Mujahedeen fighters overran the Taliban tanks on horses, they gave their brand the name Horse Soldiers.