Kentucky Oaks Day and Derby 2021 in Louisville event opportunities include Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. for an Oaks Day bottle signing event with 5th Generation Carson Taylor and Master Distiller Caleb Kilburn. They will also be releasing a new Single Barrel Selection in partnership with Project to Preserve African-American Turf History. This bottle will be the first of a series in collaboration with PPAATH, commemorating the stories of African-American jockeys.
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Rabbit Hole releases the rare 15-year-old Bourbon whiskey finished in Mizunara Japanese Oak. Only 1,400 bottles of this limited Bourbon whiskey is being released by the Rabbit Hole Distillery in Louisville, Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY: Woodford Reserve Bourbon Whiskey honors the Black jockeys who won Kentucky Derby with this year’s $1,000 Mint Julep cocktail to benefit the Project to Protect African-American Turf History for Kentucky Derby 147 at Churchhill Downs in Louisville. We talk with Master Distiller Chris Morris
Woodford Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon releases ts 2021 Kentucky Derby bottle, designed by Richard Sullivan, the former Atlanta Braves baseball player.
Uber Technologies, Inc. and Drizly tell BourbonBlog.com they have reached an agreement for Uber to acquire Drizly for approximately $1.1 billion in stock and cash. So how many bottles of Bourbon will Uber need to deliver to make back their investment? We’ll look into that later. Drizly is the leading on-demand alcohol marketplace in the… Read more »
Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. of Louisville, Kentucky releases their new Double Oak I Rye Whiskey Single Barrel Selection along with several other new Rye and Bourbon Single Barrels including Hot Toddy, Dulce de Leche.. Wolf of Rye Street, and Prickly Pear Manhattan.
Buffalo Trace Distillery releases a 20-year-old Double Eagle Very Rare Bourbon. This Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey is the third release in the series, which was introduced in 2019 and has a pricetag of $2,000.
The new Jefferson’s Reserve Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey at 100 Proof will soon be available in limited quantities across the country. The first time you can buy a bottle starts today at Kentucky Artisan Distillery in Crestwood, Kentucky.
From wood type to char level, the barrel has always played an important role in a whiskey’s flavor. Lately, there’s been a rise of brands using toasted barrels to finish their whiskeys. One of the latest being Buzzard’s Roost Toasted Rye blended by Louisville’s Jason Brauner.
American Light Whiskey is a category that has been said to have “saved bourbon”. This obscure classification was created in response to the trends and palate preferences of the 1970s when lighter spirits like gin and vodka proved popular. Enter New Basin Distilling, and their 13-year-old Single Barrel American Light from Madgras, Oregon.