Tired of gifting the same bottle of Jameson because you’ve been playing it safe or have an unrefined palate for bourbon? While no one should say no to a glass of Jameson, there are other creative ways to fill the whiskey-colored heart of your bourbon-loving friend. Let’s take a walk on the wild side of gift-giving and show you a few distinctive gifts for bourbon lovers in your life, whether you’re shopping for Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, or just because.
No drinking experience is complete without a fitting glass. Bourbon glassware is meticulously designed to help you enjoy your spirit to the fullest. However, bourbon glasses come in different shapes and names, so buying one can be a rather confusing process. In this buying guide, you’re going to boost your spirit knowledge by learning about the different types of bourbon glassware, how they differ from each other, and some of the best bourbon glasses you can buy. To fill your glasses with rare, top-quality bourbon regularly, consider joining our Bourbon of the Month Club.
From east to west, these bourbon rankings are best (in different categories, of course). Considering Kentucky’s bourbon distilleries filled around 2.1 million barrels of bourbon last year, there’s a lot of bourbon in the United States to try. We’ve made it easier for you by selecting 5 bourbons for you to choose from (although we recommend trying all 5!).
Bourbon is one of the hottest spirits right now, gaining popularity among a younger crowd. Whereas whiskey has been one of the more traditionally well-known drinks for hundreds of years, bourbon is a rising star in the whiskey category. So what is bourbon, how do you choose a bottle, and how do you drink it? We’ll answer these questions and more in our complete guide to bourbon.
This Pumpkin Spice Milkshake is perfect for the Holiday season, starting with Halloween and going all the way through Christmas. With the addition of Breckenridge Bourbon, it will take the edge off of any event you may have to attend. Share it with your friends and family, or keep the goodness all to yourself, it’s up to you!
Bourbon has never been more popular than it is right now. In fact, it’s becoming difficult to even find quality bourbon outside of Kentucky these days. What’s more impressive, though, is people travel from all fifty states to do private barrel selections at Four Roses in Cox’s Creek, Kentucky. Private barrel selections allow individuals – often representing stores, bars and barrel clubs – to select a their favorite barrel(s) from the distillery for their own private bottling that will bear their own name alongside that of the producing distillery.
Just getting to know whiskey? You’re in the right place. You, like those lucky souls who haven’t yet seen the original Star Wars series or discovered the wonders of fancy cheese, have so much to look forward to.
The whiskey-making process is long, tedious, and precise. It’s a process that varies slightly by region, but each distillery passes down its secrets from family to family, generation after generation, refining their techniques over time while preserving traditions. From growing the ingredients to shipping out a matured bottle, the entire process can take a couple of years or decades. This post will explore the ingredients used to make whiskey and the manufacturing process from malting to bottling.
Even for the Scotch and whiskey connoisseurs among us, the differences, though sometimes subtle, can be pretty confusing! If you’ve ever scratched your head when it comes to Scotch vs. whiskey (or whisky in Scotland and Canada), this guide is for you.
Bourbon is an American classic, associated with jazz, blues, and the American south- specifically Kentucky. It’s an American whiskey, grown and brewed in the USA, and it’s been the drink of choice of artists, musicians, and writers in history, like John Wayne, Raymond Chandler, Frank Sinatra, Dorothy Parker, and William Faulker. But how to drink bourbon – that’s the question.
Fall is approaching and that means warm desserts, time with family and friends and rich flavors! Cooking with Bourbon adds a unique twist to any dish that you’re making and we wanted to share an amazing Peach Bourbon Pie with Bacon Brown Sugar Crumble from Food For My Family. Is your mouth already watering? We figured.