To honor the University of Kentucky 1996 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship “Untouchables” College Team, Maker’s Mark Bourbon releases a limited edition collector’s whiskey bottle.
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Kentucky Bourbon Festival’s Bardstown Bourbon Sampler 2017 will be in Bardstown this weekend with the best Kentucky Bourbon Whiskeys, master distillers, featured distilleries, bars, and restaurants from all over Kentucky. Tickets are still available…
As Kentucky Derby 143 will be on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at Churchill Downs in Louisville, the new Woodford Reserve Bourbon Whiskey Commemorative Bottle for 2017 is being released this month.
WhistlePig’s first release of their Vermont grown and aged rye whiskey is an innovative blend that tells a story of youth, wisdom and the future all in one. FarmStock is a limited edition inaugural preview of the “Triple Terroir” concept.
Only 711 bottles and at $1,800 suggested retail price, this one is rare.
Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Decades is a limited edition Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey celebrating the distilling and Bourbon heritage of the Russell family at the Wild Turkey Distillery. Watch our interview with Bruce Russell as we taste Decades.
First barrel-finished Bourbon whiskey being released from Wyoming Whiskey of Kirby, Wyoming. They’ve used Pedro Ximenez barrels for a Spanish Sherry cask finished non-GMO whiskey.
Woodford Reserve Doubled Oaked Bourbon taken even further? Woodford Reserve re-releases Double Double Oaked Bourbon Whiskey with a limited quantity available at the Woodford Reserve Distillery and select liquor stores and retailers in Kentucky.
Ben & Jerry’s confirms to BourbonBlog.com that they will be introducing Urban Bourbon Ice Cream as part of their new pint lineup for 2017 – along with Oat of This Swirled and Truffle Kerfuffle.
To celebrate Inauguration Day 2017, a Single Barrel Rye and Bourbon whiskey are being released with Presidential themes. As President Barack Obama leaves office and President Donald Trump takes office, here is the dram a lucky few will drink in Washington, D.C.