Buffalo Trace Distillery Old Fashioned Sour Mash

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Buffalo Trace Distillery has released two Old Fashioned Sour Mash whiskeys as part of its long-running experimental whiskey program. Distilled in May of 2002, this recipe used Buffalo Trace’s proprietary mash, and the bourbon was cooked and cooled...

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep

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Marking his first release since being appointed to Master Distiller in January 2015 alongside his father, Eddie Russell and his Wild Turkey family announce the release of Wild Turkey Master’s Keep. This limited-edition, 17-year-old Bourbon "heralds...

Russell’s Reserve Whiskey Packaging Update

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Russell’s Reserve has unveiled new packaging for its line of small batch bourbons and ryes. While the liquid remains the same, the new packaging embodies the family heritage and craftsmanship behind the Russell’s Reserve brand, the company...

A Global Phenomenon: Bourbon Continues to Boom

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The chant “Buy American” can now be heard in bars and cocktail lounges around the globe. According to the Beverage Information Group, Bourbon is one of the bankable beverage trends in the U.S. Sales...

Maker’s Mark Lets Retailers Customize in ‘Private Select’ Program

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Whiskey enthusiasts can now make their own Maker’s Mark. The company announced its newest program this week — Private Select. This program allows retail customers to “make their own Maker’s,” the company says, by finishing fully-matured cask strength Maker’s...

Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Rye

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Russell’s Reserve has unveiled its Single Barrel Rye. "Rye Whiskey is booming, and Master Distillers Jimmy and Eddie Russell are responding the only way they know how – a 104 proof, barrel-aged spice bomb like only...

Blog: Sampling Maker’s Mark Wood-Customization Program

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The first batches of Maker’s Mark Private Select, the bourbon brand’s wood-selection customization program, became available this spring. Marriott and Maker’s Mark hosted a group of journalists in Kentucky in April to sample some...

5 Alcohol Trends At Taste NY Craft Expo 2017

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Taste NY, which promotes agriculture from the Empire State, hosted an expo in Manhattan last week that highlighted craft products. More than 50 producers from around New York poured their latest small-batch offerings. Walking around the...

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