November 11, 2020
The News With Shepard Smith | CNBC
A couple of veterans are on a wild mission to create a one-of-a-kind whiskey called “700 MPH Bourbon.” Just as the name suggests, it’s booze that will hit a top speed of 700 miles an hour in a unique aging process that includes jetting across the sky in a Sea Harrier.
“It’s very expensive and, my partners would say, idiotic!” said retired Navy Rear Adm. Scott Sanders, one of the vets behind this unique bourbon mission.
But it’s for a good cause. “What this is about, it’s the charity, it’s what we’re doing it for,” Sanders told CNBC. A portion of the proceeds of the bourbon sales will go to Semper Fi & America’s Fund, a nonprofit that supports combat wounded and critically ill members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families.
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