Jim Beam introduced the famous Small Batch line to a market that seldom looked above the bottom shelf in 1992. Basil Hayden was a standout in that release and remains a go-to pour for anyone looking to transition from low-cost to high-end bourbon.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has raged throughout our country, “Local Legends” have stepped up to support their family, friends, and strangers. They provided comfort, nourishment, and relief during these trying times when we needed it the most, and Wild Turkey and Matthew McConaughey are here to celebrate them.
If there wasn’t a reason to travel before, there is now. Jim Beam Bourbon has announced the launch of Lineage, a batched premium whiskey sold exclusively in travel retail shops. This unique whiskey marks the first collaboration between Jim Beam’s 7th and 8th generation family distillers.
Connoisseurs of small-batch whiskey know that it goes without saying just how much better the tasting experience is over larger productions. Honestly, when you consider just how much more time and special attention these whiskeys get, it’s hard to be surprised.
We’re officially less than three weeks away from the 145th Kentucky Derby and, if you happen to be going but don’t quite have your plans laid out, might I introduce you to the 2019 Woodford Reserve Mint Julep Cups?
I’m a huge fan of bourbon and rosé, however if I had to choose one or the other on a hot summers day, the latter always wins.
Something awesome happened in Los Angeles last week that I’m kicking myself for not being able to attend. Bulleit launched their latest Frontier Works series by unveiling the first ever tattoo billboard…