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We Blind-Tasted Pricey Kentucky Water by Selflessly Drinking Four Bourbons

We Blind-Tasted Pricey Kentucky Water by Selflessly Drinking Four Bourbons

In lyrics, as in life, Toby Keith gets it wrong. The man who crooned about needing whiskey for his men and beer for horses omitted one crucial addition: water. (Mr. Keith also apparently has no women friends, but this is perhaps not a revelation.) Last month, Scientific Reports published a study on the chemical benefits […]

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Mapping the American Bourbon Trail From Kentucky to California

Mapping the American Bourbon Trail From Kentucky to California

Kentucky is usually top of mind when one thinks about bourbon, which is to say all of the time. But America’s spirit is actually produced across the entire continental United States. Those looking to journey beyond the (rightfully) well-reputed Kentucky Bourbon Trail might consider a grander, coast-to-coast bourbon sojourn. The great American bourbon trail, if you will.

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10 Things Every True Bourbon Lover Needs To Know

10 Things Every True Bourbon Lover Needs To Know

As the global thirst for bourbon continues to grow, the popularity of storied brands like Four Roses shows no signs of dwindling. Whiskey fans can’t seem to get enough of the delicious, indigenous spirit whose origins are indelibly tied to the story of America. Bourbon’s history can be traced back to pre-Revolutionary War times, when […]

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The Differences Between Bourbon, Rye, and Tennessee Whiskey [Infographic]

The Differences Between Bourbon, Rye, and Tennessee Whiskey [Infographic]

While bourbon may reign supreme among American whiskeys, it’s not the only whiskey made here. In fact, Jack Daniel’s, the most popular whiskey brand in America, is not a bourbon but a Tennessee whiskey, and most of the classic American whiskey-based cocktails call for rye, not its sweeter cousin bourbon. So what’s the difference between […]

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7 of America’s Best Bourbons Not From Kentucky

7 of America’s Best Bourbons Not From Kentucky

Bourbon has a strong claim as America’s spirit. And while the most famous bottles come from Kentucky (which makes sense numbers-wise, considering that some 95 percent of bourbon comes from the Bluegrass State), they actually don’t have to. And that means there are plenty of good bourbons being made around the country. By law, all […]

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