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The Bourbon Trail

The Bourbon Trail

 When it comes to bourbon, there is no better place for a tasting itinerary than Kentucky, where 95% of the world’s bourbon is made. This is what made the Bourbon Trail the famous tour that it is today. The Kentucky Bourbon Trail (KBT) is an exploratory trip across bourbon distilleries located within 80 miles ...

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Whiskey Review: Bookers Bourbon

Whiskey Review: Bookers Bourbon

The sweet nuttiness of this whiskey comes to you in full effect. This is a full-flavored robust whiskey, from start to finish. Booker's Bourbon holds the reputation of being the first mass-produced,  unfiltered and uncut bottled bourbon launched in 1988. Its proof is ranging between 121-131 and aged from 6 to 8 ...

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Whiskey Review: 1792 Small Batch Bourbon

Whiskey Review: 1792 Small Batch Bourbon

The “1792 Small Batch Bourbon” is a premium whiskey label named after one of the most memorable years in American history, 1792. This is the year when Kentucky was finally and officially recognized as a  state, hence, the name.The 1792 Small Batch Bourbon is best described as a spicy fire spirit. A rye-rich ...

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Whiskey Review: Hudson Baby Bourbon Whiskey

Whiskey Review: Hudson Baby Bourbon Whiskey

One of the first whiskey to be produced in New York since its prohibition, the Hudson Baby Bourbon Whiskey is full of history and surprises. One reason for you to try out this bourbon is that it’s made from 100% corn recipe. Only a few distilleries have been successful enough to create a well-known whiskey that’s ...