The first new, permanent Bourbon release from Four Roses Distillery in Lawrenceburg Kentucky in more than 12 years is the new Four Roses Small Batch Select Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey.
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New Angel’s Envy Bourbon Finished in Oloroso Sherry Casks as part of their Cellar Collection. Based in Louisville, Kentucky this is their first whiskey release since 2013. Only 6 used sherry wine barrels were sourced from Jerez, Spain to yield this 3,600 bottles of this Bourbon whiskey.
Whiskey enthusiasts, want to fly away to the ultimate Bourbon tasting? Purple Room Palm Springs, California where Frank Sinatra regularly performed at the Rat Pack was born. Join Purple Room and Bourbon Expert Tom Fischer for this whiskey tasting.
Which shot should I pout for Straight No Chaser as I host a whiskey tasting for them? We’re asking you!
The annual Woodford Reserve Bourbon Holiday Bottle has been released for 2018 with a Christmas season painting that captures a scene of the distillery in Versailles, Kentucky. Holiday events and dinners are also coming up at the distillery.
Old Charter Oak Bourbon is a new collection of Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey from Buffalo Trace of Frankfort to explore and celebrate the role oak and barrels plays in making whiskey. The first release is called Mongolian Oak, aged in barrels made from trees grown in Mongolia.
Hey Cigar and whiskey fans…Tom Fischer of BourbonBLog.com here, here is what I am up to with Camacho Cigars / Davidoff of Geneva. Be following us on our Instagrams @ArriveDrinkEat and also on @BourbonBlog for more and to vote for Team Bourbon (our favorite, and both cigars are amazing) all the details below in this announcement. Camacho,… Read more »
Southern California, whiskey expert Tom Fischer returns to host several rare Bourbon and whiskey tatings in August in Los Angeles and Palm Springs. It is all part of the Why Whiskey educational series including Jefferson’s Presidential 16 Year Old Twin Oak and Peerless Rye Whiskey Single Limited Edition.
For this 10-year-old Jefferson’s Bourbon, the whiskey is finished in a custom barrel for 4 months. A new release as a result of a 6 year long project with