bourbon

We're taking bourbon to a whole new level of appreciation
PRESENTED BY THE ART OF SHAVING AND KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE
WHAT TRUMP WOULD TWEET, IF HE DRANK: I love Booker's Bourbon! A big, beautiful, HIGH PROOF bourbon made in KENTUCKY, a state
"You're going to notice some sandalwood and cedar notes, followed by tropical mango," Logan said of the Bowmore Islay whiskey
Sriracha Beef Jerky: The heat-seekers on your gift list will be looking to hide their stash and avoid sharing once they taste
The tasting notes below are from a sample generously provided by Diageo. In case you are wondering; no they didn't send a
To date Orphan Barrel has released nine whiskey expressions, the last two this September. These expressions are: Conclusion
In celebration of #BourbonRebirth, I've named the 15 most-important brands (not distilleries) for bringing bourbon back. My criteria for creating this list was who made the biggest impact through sales, quality, marketing, innovation and trendsetting since 1980, a year this beloved spirit was left for dead.
I may have a thing for using Bourbon in the kitchen. Not so much for drinking it. The hubs does though, so there's usually some on hand in the bar. Using it in the kitchen for some flavor though? I'm all about that! Which is why you can find Chocolate Bourbon Truffles and Bacon Bourbon Meatballs on the site also.
In celebration of #BourbonRebirth, I'm ranking the most-influential bourbon brands since 1980, when bourbon mattered little on the national scene.
Louisville, Kentucky is the city where I was born and raised, and although I've traveled all over the world, I've never found
In the early 1980s, bourbon was left for dead, losing market share to white spirits. But passion, great whiskey and innovative marketing returned bourbon to its rightful place in the consumer's bar--far in front of vodka. These are the brands that brought bourbon back.
As we celebrate Bourbon Heritage Month, hopefully with a fine dram, it's important to note that this wonderful spirit was once a bottom dweller. Many people made bourbon popular again. These are the most important groups for bourbon's rebirth. Next week, I detail the most-important brands.
It's on us, as parents, educators and citizens, to lead and live by example. Moderate and legal alcohol consumption encouragement and practice would do far greater good than prohibition or a warning label.
As September approaches, it's time to prepare for the most-important month--Bourbon Heritage Month.
Michter's, Shively: July 20 to August 22. Booker Noe, Boston: July 14 to August 15. Well, if you're planning a tour, you