BourbonBlog.comand The Bourbon Review travel to Washington DC for The Kentucky Bluegrass Ball hosted by the The Kentucky Society of Washington, the night before the Presidential Inauguration. We interview Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and others as we take a “Walk Along the Bourbon Trail” with Kentucky Bourbon Distillers’ Association.
× Bourbon whiskey will bring depth to your morning bowl of oatmeal. In this video, BourbonBlog.com‘s Tom Fischer shows how he makes his original creation of Bourbon Oatmeal. For more original recipe ideas that use whiskey, subscribe to our free email newsletter on this link. Bourbon Oatmeal Recipe – Oatmeal (either instant or real and… Read more »
Head Chef Michael Paley of Proof on Main at 21c in Louisville, Kentucky is taking fresh Kentucky ingredients with him to Washington DC as he will prepare a dinner for over a thousand guests as the Executive Chef at The 2009 Bluegrass Ball held by The Kentucky Society of Washington during the Presidential Inauguration. In… Read more »
We begin our New Year’s Eve at Lynn’s Paradise Cafe in Louisville and celebrate with their annual Pajama Party. From there, the sampling of Lynn’s bourbon inspired dishes and our inventing of a new bourbon cocktail begins.
Two Kentucky Flavors unite in this Kentucky cocktail recipe. Buffalo Trace Bourbon and Ale-8-One Soft Drink. Taste it with us in this video… × Kentucky Cocktail 2 oz. Buffalo Trace Bourbon 1 bottle Ale-8-One Pour Bourbon in rocks glass over ice. Fill with Ale-8-One soft drink and serve. Optional – express with lemon. Ale-8-One is… Read more »
Hollis Bulleit is a real “Whiskey Chick,” as she calls them. She is the great-great-great granddaughter of Augustus Bulleit, the founder of Bulleit Bourbon, AND the daughter of Tom Bulleit, who revived the Bulleit Bourbon recipe from the 1800’s. We interview both Hollis and Tom in two separate videos below.. × ×
Jim Beam tells BourbonBlog.com that they are releasing a “The Distillers Series” Kentucky Bourbon to celebrate more than 200 years of bourbon heritage and craftsmanship. This limited edition Bourbon whiskey is just in time for the holidays and the 75th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition. Jim Beam Distillers Series is aged seven years to… Read more »
“The Distillers Series” celebrates more than 200 years of bourbon heritage and craftsmanship at Jim Beam. For more details on the bourbon itself aside from this bourbon review by clicking here Whiskey: Jim Beam Distillers Series Bourbon Distillery: Jim Beam Age: 7 Years Old Proof: 90 Bottle: Original full bottle, clear with the 7 generations… Read more »