Boots and Wild Turkey Bourbon..what more could you need? To watch our video of this party from the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008 including an interview with Wild Turkey Master Distiller Jimmy Russell.
Posts Categorized: Kentucky Bourbon Festival
Jim Beam Master Distiller Fred Noe is the great-grandson of Jim Beam. He invites BourbonBlog.com to his house for the Bourbon-Q during Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008. Fred talks about his Small Batch Collection, his late father Booker Noe, and the heritage of Jim Beam Bourbons in the episode below.
We interview Milt Spalding, Executive Director of the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008 . In the video below, Milt gives an overview of the Festival and who it benefits. We send our thanks to those who are “covering” our coverage this week including Louisville’s Ben Davis & Kelly K Show.
It this your kind of professor and education? Go to Rate My Professor and recommend Whiskey Professor David Mays the best! Learn as David cooks with Knob Creek, Basil Hayden’s , Baker’s, Booker’s, and Jim Beam Black at the Jim Beam’s Bourbon-Style Cooking School at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008.
Colonel Michael Edward Masters is known as “The Host of Kentucky.” BourbonBlog.com interviews Colonel Masters during Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2007 and takes you to a Bourbon tasting at his Chapeze House in Bardstown, Kentucky Chapeze House and Colonel Masters have been featured on “Thirsty Traveler,” Travel Channel, Food Network and other nationwide broadcasts, Colonel Masters… Read more »
From Bourbon Smoked Paprika to Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce, these gourmet foods reflect the rich heritage of Kentucky’s Bourbon Country. Watch our interview below with Bourbon Barrel Foods President and Founder Matt Jamie at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2007