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World-renowned whiskey expert, author and master blender, Heather Greene, leads the Provision Spirits business with direct oversight of product development, including blending her namesake whiskey, Milam & Greene. She joined the team as a blending and marketing consultant in 2018 and quickly transitioned to the role of CEO in 2019. After spending years on the road working and writing for distilleries, Heather decided to “pack it up” and throw her experience behind the group in Blanco, Texas after falling in love with their passion, synergistic love of music (Heather is also a musician), and whiskey-making skills.

Before joining the company, Greene was the first woman to serve on the Scotch Malt Whisky Society tasting panel in Edinburgh, Scotland, served as an award-winning Scotch whisky ambassador, and is a current judge on prestigious tasting panels such as the ACSA and the ISCW in London, as well as the author of New York Times shortlisted Whiskey Distilled, A Populist Guide to the Water of Life. Greene was recently inducted into the inaugural class of the Order of the Writ. She has written about whiskey for publications such as Eater and CNBC. She appeared nationally on media outlets such as CBS This Morning, Bloomberg News, Fox, The Food Network, and MSNBC.

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Series Overview

Milam & Greene Whiskey CEO, Heather Greene, wrote the book, Whiskey Distilled, an in-depth exploration of all things whiskey. In this video series she will share excerpts from the book to help you become a whiskey expert.

Lesson 1:  What is Whiskey?

Lesson 2: Appreciation & Economics 101

Lesson 3:  Appreciation Continued

Lesson 4: The Nose Knows

Lesson 5:  The #whiskeylab

Lesson 6: #thewhiskeylab part 2

Lesson 7:  Mixing Drinks

Lesson 8: Learn About Whiskey

Lesson 9: Learn About Whiskey Continued

Lesson 10: Learn About Whiskey Continued

Lesson 11: What is Distillation

Lesson 12: The Pot Still

Lesson 14: The Column Still

Lesson 15: Making the Cut

Lesson 16: How Many Bottles in a Barrel?