Mark Twain's America's humorist, novelist, and travel writer, said this about bourbon:
“Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.”
"If I cannot drink bourbon and smoke cigars in Heaven then I shall not go"
Purveyors of other libations claim that theirs was the storyteller's favorite, probably doing some storytelling themselves. One story is that on a voyage across the Atlantic, he was introduced to Scotch whisky by the ship's surgeon.
Perhaps introduced to, perhaps enjoyed. But the man transversed the American Mississippi River that transported bourbon. He named himself after the measurement of depth (or, it has been said, after a bar term, with bourbon on the shelves. He said those quotes about America's whiskey. Perhaps he was just being nice to his wife.
Thus, we claim Mr. Twain for our juice. While you may find his wonderful quotes on assorted nick-nacks and tchotchkes elsewhere, Colonel Bourbon has the highest quality, bar none. The finest distilled textiles .