Tag Archives: Whiskey Travel

Whisky-Making In Mainland Australia

By Richard Thomas When Australian whisky became famous, it was really whisky from a single region that got the attention: Tasmania. This is because Australia’s big whisky breakout was led by Sullivan’s Cove, when they won Best Single Malt at the 2014 Word Whisky Awards. Most of the other Australian distilleries that had attracted wider, global attention at the time ...

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Bourbon & Beyond Expands On Kentucky’s Whiskey Festivals

Bourbon & Beyond

By April Manning When Louisville celebrates bourbon, they definitely go beyond expectations. Louisville, KY honored National Bourbon Heritage Month by throwing bourbon a party at the Bourbon and Beyond Festival and inviting everyone to partake. The group at Bourbon and Beyond provided the perfect combination of bourbon, bourbon education, and ways to enjoy drinking bourbon, i.e. with abundant food and ...

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Buffalo Trace’s “Bourbon Pompeii” Has Been Underwater Before, And Will Be Again

Buffalo Trace Bourbon Pompeii

By Richard Thomas When I attended the unveiling of Buffalo Trace Distillery’s “Bourbon Pompeii,” it was with the eye of a history and archaeology fan, practiced in using imagination to build on foundations. That is so necessary because, as with the real Pompeii, what Buffalo Trace discovered beneath one of its buildings fronting the Kentucky River was only slightly more ...

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Q&A With Kevin Ashworth, 610 Magnolia

Kevin Ashworth

Executive Chef At One Of Louisville’s Poshest Restaurants Talks Cooking And Bourbon By Richard Thomas Attendant with Kentucky’s Bourbon Boom is the proliferation of whiskey events and festivals, and the latest comer is Louisville’s Bourbon & Beyond. Taking place in the Derby City next weekend, Bourbon & Beyond stands out from other events in the state in that whereas the ...

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