Buffalo Trace Distillery tells BourbonBlog.com that round two of the critically acclaimed Single Oak Project is being released from as part of what is being called the Distillery’s “Holy Grail” project. Have you tasted a Single Oak Project Bourbon from either release? We’d like to hear your reviews and thoughts so please leave them under… Read more »

Four Roses Bourbon Barrel Loft at BBC Louisville

BourbonBlog.com joins Four Roses Bourbon and the Bluegrass Brewing Company (BBC) for the grand opening celebration of the new Four Roses Bourbon Barrel Loft at BBC, at downtown location on 300 W Main Street across from Yum Center in Louisville, Kentucky. This 3,000 square-foot, $400,000 investment by Bluegrass Brewing Company is a truly a new… Read more »

Southern Indiana Brewery, Winery & Spirits Festival for SWIRCA and More 2011 Evansville, Indiana

× Above is is a video episode below from our Tripodder.com Media archives, keep in mind we filmed this a while back, still a fun piece. Attention Bourbon and spirits fans: Four Roses Bourbon, Pogue Bourbon, Tipton Spirits and Indiana Heartland Distillery will be at this festival! Four Roses will have their Small Batch Bourbon,… Read more »

Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Buffalo Trace Distillery releases the second limited edition Bourbon in the Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. collection with a Single Barrel Bourbon. This Bourbon was aged 11 years and 7 months years in Warehouse C, which was built by Col. Taylor in 1881. Bottom line: If you’re a Scotch fan, you’ll probably enjoy this one…. Read more »

Four Roses Small Batch 2011 Limited Edition Small Batch

Four Roses Distillery tells BourbonBlog.com that the new Four Roses Small Batch 2011 Limited Edition Small Batch will be released this September and mingles four recipes – aged between 11 and 13 years – of the distillery’s 10 unique recipes (watch video below that describes the 10 recipes). The release of the Four Roses 2011… Read more »

Give ’em the Bird

Give ’em the Bird! If you’re wondering why BourbonBlog.com‘s Tom Fischer along with Wild Turkey Master Distiller Jimmy Russell and Associate Distiler Eddie Russell are all giving the finger, then perhaps you haven’t seen the new Wild Turkey commercial (watch the video at the bottom of this story). “Give ’em the Bird” is a new … Read more »

ZU Vodka Bison Riding Block Party

Bourbon Street became a misty meadow for a midnight block party right outside the Old Absinthe House in New Orleans during Tales of the Cocktail 2011. ZU Vodka created this environment to compliment their brand and gave guests the opportunity to ride what they called the “World’s ONLY Mechanical Bison.” (For a BourbonBlog.com Bull riding… Read more »

Parker’s Heritage Cognac Finish Bourbon Interview and First Tasting

As BourbonBlog.com recently told you, Tom Fischer was among the first to sample the forthcoming the new Parker’s Heritage Cognac Finished Bourbon. Watch the new video interview with Heaven Hill Master Distiller Parker Beam  and Alain Royer, Master Blender of Cognac from France at the Tales of the Cocktail 2011 grand unveiling. This special tasting was so… Read more »

National Rum Day and Fun With Mojitos

In honor of national rum day, the staff at BourbonBlog.com would love to explore this classic cocktail. Fresh, clean and refreshing- this drink is one of the easiest to create you own, signature cocktail. You may, preferably, use fresh juices or pre-batch with prepackaged juices for large audiences. Truly, it’s flexibility is a thing to admire…. Read more »

Behind the $13 Cocktail at Bourbon & Branch

BourbonBlog.com congratulates Liquor.com on their first video ever filmed at San Francisco’s Bourbon & Branch as they follow bar manager Jayson Wilde and general manager Ian Scalzo while they prepare for an evening’s service! Watch their video above and discover how much work goes into making some of the nation’s best drinks and creations. For… Read more »