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8 Great Pairings of Bourbon & Oreos

No matter what age you grew up in, your youth was mostly likely dominated by some favorite combination of foods. Our tender years were permanently marked by milk and cookies. Oreo cookies, to be exact. But don’t you ever wonder what happened to those childhood foods after you grew up and started eating like an […]

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Job Opening: Kid Rock’s Bartender

Jim Beam offers $10,000 and a chance to tend bar for a rock & roll icon. Jim Beam and Kid Rock have partnered up to create one hell of a summer internship; touring the country with Kid Rock as his personal bartender while being generously compensated along the way. Fans can enter Jim Beam’s Mix […]

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The Art of Small-Batch Bourbon Truffles

Every fine bourbon should eventually mingle with chocolate. Kentucky’s premiere bourbon chocolatier can be found in Louisville. Art Eatables® is the originator of the Small-batch Bourbon Truffle™ and waht sets them apart from most other confectioners in that they focus as much on bourbon as they do chocolate. What’s more, they carefully pick chocolates that accent […]

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The Rise of Whisk(e)y

Whisk(e)y Grows in Popularity A recent trade report conducted by International Wine and Spirit Research reveals that the rest of America loves whiskey as much as we do. Three out of the five top-selling liquors sold in the United States were whisk(e)y brands. Sadly, the dark liquor that we adore so much didn’t make it to […]

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American Whiskey Phraseology

There’s a lot of wordage used in classifying the types of American whiskeys known as Bourbon and Tennessee whiskey. The following list helps to make sense of the often-perplexing terminology: Sour mash whiskey: Bourbon and Tennessee whiskey aren’t blended; they’re classified as “straight whiskey.” That makes maintaining a consistency of flavor difficult from one distillation […]

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The Creation of Adam – Our Version.

We’re not a religious authority, but this is how we see it happening.    

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What our doctors have to say about our current state of mind.

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You could make bourbon in an oak box – but it would be hard to move around.

There’s a lot about making bourbon that we don’t understand, but we do know that the barrels are a big deal. The unique flavors of bourbon come from the barrels. Without aging the liquor in a charred oak barrel, all you have is a clear liquid spirit – fermented grain that is distilled. The barrel, how the barrel is […]

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Is it the beginning of the end for Whiskey?

Distilleries are cutting corners to speed up the process of making whiskey. Will the industry suffer? The biggest obstacle a new whiskey distiller has to overcome is time. Simply turning yeast, water, and grain into alcohol is a relatively speedy process, but maturing a product in oak barrels to get something you can call whiskey […]

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You’ve found the perfect bourbon, now you need the perfect girlfriend.

JIM BEAM COMMERCIAL “THE GIRLFRIEND” THE Girlfriend JIM BEAM | Myspace Video

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