Brandy Library, Tribeca, New York

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Brandy Library in New York has over 1,600 spirits (see whiskey menu below*) including Bourbon whiskey, Scotch, Irish, and whiskey from all over the world Watch as we tour Brandy Library’s selection of rare whiskeys and we interview Beverage Director Ethan Kelley in the video episode on this link and below. Brandy Library’s cuisine… Read more »

Varanese Restaurant, Louisville, Kentucky

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Varanese Restaurant is an eclectic Mediterranean style restaurant in the Historic Clifton neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky opened by Chef John Varanese in 2007. Fresh ingredients, prepared with a creative flair and a culturally diverse menu and a Varanese’s eclectic menu boasts an array of options from stuffed grape leaves, and fried green tomato salad, to… Read more »

Z’s Fusion, Louisville, Kentucky

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The eclectic and elegant, Z’s Fusion is on the Urban Bourbon Trail. Z’s Fusion specializes in Euro-Asian Fusion cuisine using the freshest local ingredients available. The bar stocks over 50 Bourbons, and several appetizers, entrees and a dessert feature the magic ingredient. For a truly unique Bourbon experience, try the Cherry Pipe Tobacco-infused Maker’s Mark… Read more »

Early Times Mint Julep Commemorative Bottle and Official Drink of the Kentucky Derby

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The Early Times Mint Julep tells that they have proudly served “Official Drink of the Kentucky Derby” for the past 23 years. In celebration of this, Early Times Kentucky Whisky continues its tradition with the release of the 2010 commemorative Kentucky Derby bottle. The 2010 Early Times Mint Julep commemorative bottle holds special significance… Read more »

Whiskey Kitchen, Nashville, Tennessee

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Whiskey Kitchen in Nashville, Tennessee. Whiskey list and creations below, for more info visit 118 12th Ave S Nashville, Tennessee 37203 (615) 254-3029 Whiskey Concoctions New-Fashioned  7.50 WK’s spin on an “Old” favorite … Old Forester Bourbon with apples and cinnamon Maple Manhattan  8.50 Four Roses Bourbon with maple syrup for our unique and… Read more »

Maker’s Mark Bourbon House & Lounge, Louisville Kentucky

Posted by & filed under Bars, Kentucky, Louisville. has been partying in the Maker’s Mark Bourbon House in Louisville’s Fourth Street Live! for many years now. More than just Maker’s Mark Bourbon available here, see the menu of Bourbon Flights and the scrumptious food menu with dishes made with Maker’s Mark below. Maker’s Mark Bourbon House is part of Louisville’s Urban Bourbon… Read more »

The Purpose of a Cocktail by Stephen Dennison

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Like writing a short story, a cocktail tells a tale just 30 seconds long and takes the reader on a mental journey. Whereas a good book communicates the information through the sense of sight, the libation does so through the sense of taste. When designing a new cocktail, one should heed some of the same… Read more »

The Kentucky Distillers’ Association Wins Six Awards For Tourism Marketing from The Kentucky Tourism Council

Posted by & filed under Blog. congratulates The Kentucky Distillers’ Association for capturing five first-place awards, and one honorable mention, during a gala Tuesday night in Louisville to honor the state’s best tourism campaigns in 2009! “The Kentucky Tourism Council presented its Traverse Awards for excellence in tourism marketing at the Kentucky Tourism Industry Annual Conference. KDA was only one… Read more »

Kentucky Bourbon Trail Rolls Out New Logo

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Kentucky Distillers’ Association tells that the world-famous Kentucky Bourbon Trail is introducing a new logo, brochure, souvenir passport and commemorative t-shirt to mark its 10th anniversary and to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week. “This is a significant milestone for one of Kentucky’s most popular tourism attractions,” said Eric Gregory, President of the Kentucky… Read more »