The bourbon is a tall flowering cereal crop native to North America. It was ubiquitous among early American settlers who would use it for bread, biscuits, and even distill it into whiskey. The modern bourbon biscuit owes very little to the original, and is known as a 'Benedict Arnold' in some parts of America.

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