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Bourbon

Thank the Scots-Irish settlers in early America for bringing their whiskey traditions to our shores. Barrel-aged bourbon became a Kentucky specialty and is distinguished by being at least 51% corn mash and being held in charred oak barrels. Join the conversation about it, and find more info and recipes here.

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Bourbon Tasting, Winner Redux, Round Four

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by Chicago Mike 14 years ago

Few things in this world are as indulgent and unnecessary as a Bourbon tasting, so why not have "Round Four" in our bourbon tasteoffs... This time I included only bourbons that had ranked within...

Bourbon & Tennessee Whiskey Blind Tasting Round Three

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by Chicago Mike 14 years ago

Our blind tasting of Kentucky and Tennessee Whiskies continued yesterday with Round Three. Previous tastings in Round Two with a link to Round One can be found at the following link: http://www.ch...

What are your favorite bourbon/rye drinks to make at home?

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by Unpossible 14 years ago

Looking to expand my horizons and get away from classic cocktails that involve lemon/lime/orange juice as I have been making a ton of those as of late (i.e. Ward Eights, Bourbon Squashes, Derby Coc...

Bourbon and Scotch Storage

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by reality check 15 years ago

I was helping a friend move and she found a huge box of bourbon (Jim Beam, Marker's Mark, Knob Creek) and scotch (Black label Johnny Walker, Chivas, Royal Salute). They were in the original bo...

Bourbon & Tennessee Whiskey Blind Tasting, Round Two

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by Chicago Mike 14 years ago

Our blind tasting of various Kentucky and Tennessee whiskies continued recently with Round Two. The results of Round One are posted on a separate thread at this link: http://www.chowhound.com/topi...

Black Maple Hill Bourbon?

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by jpschust 15 years ago

Anyone know where I can procure this in the DC area (bottles not glasses of it). Maybe on the net?

liquor stores in NC/SC - seeking bourbon

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by albini 15 years ago

Hello all. I live in Toronto, but will be visiting North Carolina and South Carolina, specifically Western NC/Asheville and Charleston/Columbia SC. I'm a big bourbon fan so I though I'd try to ...

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