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How to Choose a Unique Corporate Gift: The Allure of Kentucky Bourbon

Choosing a unique corporate gift can be a delicate task, especially when you’re aiming to make a lasting impression. In the world of corporate gifting, an item that combines exclusivity with cultural richness often stands out. That’s precisely where the allure of Good Trouble Kentucky Bourbon comes into play. Kentucky, the hallowed ground for bourbon […]

Bourbon could be worth $12.8bn by 2031


By Alice Brooker A version of this article was first published by The Spirits Business. The global Bourbon category is predicted to grow by 5% between 2022 and 2031, according to new research. Allied Market Research’s has released its latest report, titled Global Bourbon Spirits Market by Type (Wheated, Barrel Finished, Barrel Select, and Others), by […]

Why September is Special: National Bourbon Heritage Month

National Bourbon Heritage Month

By Dee M. Robinson #NationalBourbonHeritageMonth As we bid farewell to National Bourbon Heritage Month, we reflect on this time-honored celebration, a period when we unite to cherish the tradition and communal enjoyment of bourbon. This spirit holds a revered place in our hearts, lauded not just for its rich history, but for the unique warmth and […]

Kentucky Bourbon Festival Sets Dates for 2024 After Sell Out of 2023 Event

A version of this article was first published by Bourbon Country Second consecutive sell out prompts save the date for next year The Kentucky Bourbon Festival announced next year’s festival will be Sept. 13-15, 2024, in Bardstown, Ky., the Bourbon Capital of the World. The festival’s board of directors worked to confirm next year’s dates […]

Letter from Founder

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Dear Troublemakers, I am writing to express my deep disappointment over the recent Supreme Court decisions regarding affirmative action, the student forgiveness plan, and the website designer case. As an individual who believes in the power of equality and justice, these rulings have shaken me, and I understand how they may have affected you as […]

Why the Glencairn?

Glencairn Glasses

The Glencairn glass is a type of whiskey glass that has become popular among whiskey lovers around the world. The glass was first developed in the early 2000s by a Scottish company called Glencairn Crystal. The story of the Glencairn glass began in the late 1990s when Raymond Davidson, the founder of Glencairn Crystal, approached […]

My Love Affair with Bourbon

Restaurateur/foodie meets and falls in love with Kentucky bourbon. Bourbon has a complex and rich flavor profile that can complement a wide variety of foods. I think my love affair began because I love good food and discovered many meals were enhanced by this amazing spirit Here are some great food pairings for bourbon: Overall, […]

This Is the Difference Between Bourbon and Whiskey

By Margaret Eby A version of this article was first published by Food & Wine Hint: All bourbon is whiskey, but not all whiskey is bourbon. If you’re not someone who drinks a lot of brown liquor, the difference between bourbon and whiskey might not seem all that apparent. After all, both bourbon and whiskey are brown […]

Prosecutors Allege an Inside job. The Target? Rare Bourbon.

By Justin Jouvenal A version of this article was first published by The Washington Post An unusual criminal case shows how far thirsty fans are going as sought-after whiskeys become increasingly scarce. Rob Adams allegedly promised bourbon fans something most could not get: easy access to the good stuff. The nation has been on a decade-long […]