Luxury cars, jets, boats and even some Woodford Reserve Bourbon all find their way to Louisville Executive Aviation tonight at an event like none-other called Out of the Blue. Ron Geary, Louisville Executive Aviation Owner, invites BourbonBlog.com to spend an evening along with our friends from Brown-Forman as part of our pre-Derby coverage.
Jason Brauner and John Morrison, owners of Bourbons Bistro in Louisville, Kentucky, invite BourbonBlog.com to Bourbons Bistro to taste and review their hand-selected bourbons from bourbon barrels that they personally chose at the Buffalo Trace and Woodford Reserve distilleries. Louisville’s Courier Journal named Bourbons Bistro Best New Restaurant of 2005. Bourbons Bistro was named American… Read more »
Beam Global Spirits & Wine tells BourbonBlog.com that a Scotch which is aged in used bourbon barrels will be making a big premiere in the USA. Ardmore Traditional Cask has become the first ever widely available single malt whisky from the Ardmore distillery in the United States. The only Highland malt whisky to be 100%… Read more »
International spirits make friends with our good buddy bourbon at Ramsi’s Cafe on the World in Louisville, Kentucky. Old Pogue Bourbon with Frangelico and cold M&M’s or perhaps some Wild Turkey and Grand Mariner? Ramsi’s special bourbon cocktails, watch as we drink them and interview Ramsi Kamar in the video below. Ramsi’s Cafe on the… Read more »
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
Watch our backstage video interview with Better than Ezra from tonight below as we have a few drinks and shots with Tommy D, Travis McNabb and James Arthur Payne of Better than Ezra after their show in St. Louis, Missouri. We have some Bourbon, beer, Kettle One Vodka, and we talk about BTE’s latest release… Read more »