You Don’t Know Squat About Buffalo Trace’s Weirdest Bourbon, and This Whiskey Site Proves It March 17, 2020 by Will Price
The Best Irish Whiskeys, According to Bourbon Producers March 17, 2020 by KIRK MILLER
The Bourbon Distilleries Road Show: Colorado
Welcome to the first Bourbon Distilleries Road Show!
This week we’re visiting some of the wonderful bourbon distilleries in Colorado to see what they have to offer, even to the once-hardcore “Kentucky-only” bourbon aficionado.
New Collectible 18 Year Old Colonel E.H. Taylor Bourbon On The Way? March 13, 2020 by Nino Marchetti
First Booker’s Bourbon 2020 Batch Drops In At 126.4 Proof March 9, 2020 by Nino Marchetti
Bourbon vs. Whiskey
Which is better?
What makes bourbon different from whiskey? Technically, bourbon is whiskey. But other types of whiskey, like Scotch, Irish and Canadian, are not bourbon. So to answer the question of which is better, bourbon or whiskey, we need to fully understand what makes a whiskey a bourbon.
One of the Country’s Best Bottles of Bourbon Hits Shelves Across the Country March 8, 2020 by JACK SEEMER
13 Things You Need to Know About Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon March 6, 2020 by EMILY BELL
BULLEIT RELEASES LIMITED EDITION 100 PROOF 'BLENDERS' SELECT' BOURBON March 6, 2020 by BRANDON FRIEDERICH
How Pappy Van Winkle Became a Wildly Expensive, Impossible-to-Find Unicorn March 3, 2020 by AARON GOLDFARB
This episode of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars focuses on bottled-in-bond whiskey and bourbon pioneer E.H. Taylor. March 3, 2020 by Noah Rothbaum
The Hands-Down Best Bourbon Brands to Drink Right Now March 2, 2020 by Jonah Flicker
Just because you can age wine in bourbon barrels doesn’t mean you should February 28, 2020 by Dave McIntyre
Did the Reverend Elijah Craig Invent Bourbon?
The history of bourbon goes back hundreds of years to a time when American settlers would distill their corn into whiskey and use it as currency to barter, as well as to enjoy it with friends and family.
But whiskey had a different look and taste than it does now, as it was flavored with sugar and fruit to take the edge off the liquor and make it more palatable.