The finished product, with a brisket garnish to boot. It tastes like meat, but in the best possible way. "You get the classic bourbon flavors of caramel, oak, and spice on the front end, but then the finish has the depth and smokiness of the BBQ flavor," the CU-29 crew says. "Since it's hitting both your front and back taste buds, it really wakes up your entire mouth."
They suggest that you drink the fat-washed goodness neat, so basically the opposite of what most people look like after they eat just the brisket.