Bourbon and Kentucky go together as naturally as jockeys and horses. Kentucky is the birthplace of bourbon where corn, sour mash and charred oak barrels all came together to deliver a new and outstanding whiskey to the world. Yet just over a hundred years ago Kentucky had slipped to fourth place in spirit distilling volumes,… Read more »
Bourbon: Parker’s Heritage Collection – Golden Anniversary Distillery: Heaven Hill Age: No Age Statement. Proof: 100 Bottle: This bottle has been open one week with one drink poured. Notes: This Bourbon whiskey has been made to celebrate Parker Beam’s 50 years of service to Heaven Hill. It contains Bourbons from all five decades of his… Read more »
Bourbon and dessert in one in this cocktail from Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse, Louisville, Kentucky! 2 parts Jim Beam Black 3/4 part Tuaca 1/4 part Peach Schnapps 1 marascino cherry, squeezed into the liquor Stir, serve over ice with a healthy splash of soda. When you’re in Louisville, stop in to Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse!
Guy Fieri is the Food Network Host, celebrity chef, owner of five restaurants, and …bourbon lover! Guy is also a fan of BourbonBlog.com. After hanging with him at the Kentucky Derby, we’ve invited him back for a second new podcast interview. What is the best thing he ever ate with bourbon? Where is… Read more »
This cocktail created by Wayne Curtis won third place in the official cocktail contest of the 2009 Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans. Ingredients for One Serving: 2 ripe peach slices 2 1/2 ounces bourbon 1/2 ounce ginger syrup (see NOTE) 8 to 10 mint leaves, plus a mint sprig for garnish Crushed ice… Read more »
On a tour through Kentucky promoting the premiere of Bourbon Documentary, Tom makes his famous Bourbon Oatmeal for Peter B. & Kelly K. on DJX in Louisville. Listen to the interview below and watch the video on how to make Bourbon Oatmeal on this link.
Brian Karre interviews BourbonBlog.com’s Tom Fischer on Brian’s morning show on the day before the Kentucky Derby. Listen to the interview by playing below and visit Brian Karre’s website
Brown-Forman announced today it is opening the Brown-Forman Cooperage to the public for tours for the first time in its history. The Cooperage will also be re-named from Blue Grass Cooperage to Brown-Forman Cooperage to honor the parent company which continues the rich tradition of crafting barrels to this day. The Brown-Forman Cooperage is where… Read more »