Who likes bourbon???............ If you raised your hand you came to the right place. On this action-packed episode of Revue de Bourbon we venture to The Bar at Blu Italian Grill in downtown Louisville, which happens to be on the Urban Bourbon Trail. We decided to take advantage of the vast array of bourbons and ended up reviewing three offerings from both E.H.Taylor and Wild Turkey. We are also joined by the country/bluegrass band Hickory to liven things up a bit. Bartender Matt from Blu joins us to talk a little bit about Wild Turkey and today's trends. Lastly you get to hear Wayne talk about his favorite distillery......... which one is it?
We are coming at you LIVE from Down One Bourbon Bar in downtown Louisville on the Urban Bourbon Trail. On this episode we review wheat bourbons with a focus on a couple offerings from Old Fitzgerald. Accomplished cocktail-master/enthusiast/pyromaniac and manager Beth Burrows joins us to talk about what she's doing to push the boundries of bourbon in cocktails, as well as what's happening in the wonderful world of bourbon. Our featured cocktail is specifically designed for a milder wheat bourbon named "Lost Thyme". Let's go trail-blazin'!
Did you know Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello, has 13 skylights? Want to learn more about our 3rd President and have fun with bourbon?........ You came to the right spot! On this fact-filled episode of Revue de Bourboon Wayne & Dusty share their honest thoughts on three selections from the good folks at Jefferson's Bourbon. Brian calls into the show as our very first guest caller....... it may also be the last. Wayne wraps up the show with his presidential knowledge in a bang-up round of "Quickdraw!"
Many of you have been asking for a review of Basil Hayden, here we go! On this episode its all about the Basil. Wayne spits some mad Basil Hayden history and fun facts! Dusty mixes up a cocktail called the Murphy St. Raspa 2.0 using our featured bourbon. Then to finish things up we play a spirited round of "Quickdraw!" Hya!
On this episode of Revue de Bourbon Dusty & Wayne review a couple of Jim Beams latest products in the Bonded and Rye market. We then shift focus to the great state of Missouri where we taste some exciting products from Mid-Best Distillery. Then Wayne provides us an education in a piece of Missouri history that may or may not be 100% historically accurate.
Revue de Bourbon is back LIVE from Haymarket Whiskey Bar in downtown Louisville, Ky. On this episode we are tasting some bourbons that you the listeners have asked about. Some were available, so were not but that did not stop us from having a ye' old time! Hot Rod sits in for Wayne on his birthday, and we get a special guest visit from a biscuit expert. Yum!
Dusty & Wayne are diving into the depths of whiskey with a couple of unconventional choices. A selection from Heaven Hill's Select Stock is up for review, as is a hot new product out of Scottland.... Monkey Shoulder. We also chat a little about Wayne's style, and find out exactly how much Dusty knows about Scotch.
On this episode of Revue de Bourbon Hot Rod joins Dusty & Wayne once again and start with a review of the Willet 7yr. Family Reserve Bourbon. We then chat about a new product Jim Beam is releasing, as well as rehash the rules of what makes bourbon. Our featured cocktail uses the straight corn whiskey Mellow Corn. A very exciting last minute celebrity guest is booked, we'll give you a hint........ "Shaken.... not stirred"
Merry Christmas!!...... I mean, Happy Holidays! On this episode of Revue de Bourbon Wayne shares his thoughts on the political correctness of "Happy Holidays". We review Old Forester 100 proof, as well a a brief recap of our tasting of George Dickel Barrel Proof. Dusty comments on Wayne's new haircut which leads us down a rabbit hole of Jerry Reed movies and music. Thanks everyone so much for listening and participating with the show, here's a holiday cheers to all of you!
Once again, we are coming to you LIVE, this time from the Tim Faulkner Gallery Art Winterfest! In this episode we speak with an array of different guests ranging from runway models to Amos Filmore. The featured review of the night is the George Dickel Hand Selected Barrel straight from Tennessee, "Handmade the Hard Way". We also venture into a tasting of Bulleit Bourbon with a brand ambassador. Plus musical guests and much more! Make sure you don't miss it, Cheers!