Legent is known for breaking boundaries as a first-of-its-kind bourbon that melds Kentucky distilling tradition with Japanese blending […]
Women Who Whiskey (wWw), an international experimental whiskey club for women, is expanding its west coast footprint with the launch of the Seattle Chapter on January 25th.
We’re less than a month away from 2019, and eagerly anticipating the most wonderful part of the year. Christmas trees, hot chocolate, cozy knits, and so many gifts. One of the best parts is giving and receiving gifts. Gifting is an art but can also become stressful at times.
The folks at Entercom who brought you last year’s Bourbon & Bacon event and Tequila & Taco Fest have felt the love and are opening up both an afternoon and an evening session to accommodate the hankerings of all those who desire fine whiskey with succulent treats! Don’t worry if you don’t imbibe, get the Designated Driver ticket for a discounted price and still get to stuff your face and enjoy a selection of non-alcoholic beverages!
Braising, bourbon and Ballard, Seattle’s Scandinavian headquarters goes south for comfort food and drink.
Point of clarification: Whiskey is from Ireland and the United States, while whisky is Scottish (scotch) or Canadian. But whiskey produced in the great state of Kentucky, is the one and only bourbon.
Beef and bourbon — it’s what’s for dinner.
A nostalgic bartender told me he pined for the good ol’ days of liquor libations — as he eloquently put it, for the “lost art of the cocktail.” That is, instead of the ostentatious, flamboyant refreshments that alcoholic drinks have become.
Morton’s The Steakhouse welcomes back a one-night tribute to everybody’s favorite Kentucky-based spirit.
Everybody knows bourbon is a type of whiskey (we hope). However, did you know that all true bourbons are distilled in Bourbon County, Kentucky? Or that a Baptist Minister named Elijah Craig is (supposedly) credited with making the first batch of this classic American spirit in the late 18th century?