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Nice read. Older but relevant.
The Spirit of Kentucky: How to host a bourbon tasting
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What do you think?
Bourbon historian Michael Veach explores the curious question of what's causing a decline in traditional bourbon color.
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I've seen color from amber to more like Pepsi.
Bourbon historian Michael Veach explores the curious question of what's causing a decline in traditional bourbon color.
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Huh, well at least I didn't pay much for it.
No Age Statement - not unusual these days.
Not Straight
Not Bonded
No smell other than the alcohol burn
First and second 'chews' only got a hint of something sweet on the edge of the tongue (had to go crack open some other bottles to see if my sense of smell/taste has abandoned me - it hasn't)
Looks like a Legal Moonshiner is trying their hand at bourbon and they are to be applauded. The lack of any taste or color (checked against some FRSB, and Evan Williams 1783 it is slightly lighter in color) could be that this is some very young bourbon, perhaps less than two years old.
I think it has some potential and would like to see it after 4 years or so.
Oh, and it's not harsh and bears the identity of a very heavy or all corn bourbon. I'd cook with it.
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Yea, really hate a small glass when the bourbon is good.;-)
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Time for a field trip...
 
I gotta go home more often.
Whiskey distilleries helped shape downtown Louisville. Now, they're returning to change it again.
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In Louisville the Bars at the Seelbach and the Brown Hotels always had great Bourbon selections. This is mainly because these fine old hotels are where distillers usually put up their out of town g…
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I could live without the crunchies.
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Very good read about selecting a barrel.
 
A look Inside of a Private Barrel Selection
Hey everyone,
This is our first crack at starting to write about the bourbon & whiskey experiences we've been afforded through work. hope you all enjoy reading into the process if you have never had the chance to select a private barrel.
Being in the booze industry tends to have some unique perks. Once in a while you are afforded an opportunity to experience something pretty rare and interestin
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Huh, well at least I didn't pay much for it.
No Age Statement - not unusual these days.
Not Straight
Not Bonded
No smell other than the alcohol burn
First and second 'chews' only got a hint of something sweet on the edge of the tongue (had to go crack open some other bottles to see if my sense of smell has abandoned me - it hasn't)
Looks like a Legal Moonshiner is trying their hand at bourbon and they are to be applauded. The lack of any taste or color (checked against some FRSB, and Evan Williams 1783 it is slightly lighter in color) could be that this is some very young bourbon, perhaps less than two years old.
I think it has some potential and would like to see it after 4 years or so.
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Sounds Like i'm gonna need a taxi.
If a person came to Louisville and walked down Market Street they may not take a second glance at the Haymarket. It looks like a dive bar catering to the younger generation with live music several …
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I gotta go home more often.
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Excellent service. Lynns steak was over cooked. Beer and prime rib were very good.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Not an overpriced place but not a hospice outlet either. I keep my eyes open for Avon steins and other quality mugs here. Not great parking is why no five star.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
We arrived in the off hours of 3:30PM. Service is fantastic. Absolutely loved the waitress (Shannon). Ordered the Pulled Pork Nacho's, bring friends because these will give 4 people a run for their money. The Guinness came in a Miller glass but was very full both times and a nearly perfect pour each one. I had a 10 piece Buffalo style fried shrimp. Wife was loaded by the Nacho's and opted to just have Sweet potato fries. The Shrimp was delicious with a very nice buttery Buffalo flavor that didn't burn or overpower the shrimp. Desert A minor disclaimer, I don't eat bread pudding. It's not that I don't think it tastes good, I just don't care much for it. Having said that, we had the Bourbon Bread pudding - for two. Did I mention this is for two? Well, bring your appetite and two friends with their appetites. I wonder if these folks know what a small portion is? Oh, and by the way, it's Alamode. I enjoyed it and did my best to eat only my proper share. I will return some day.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Locals love it I'm sure but, as a tourist I didn't feel like I got the service I paid for. Pretty pricey fish and chips, was touted as Cod but was some other fish. Not Tilapia thank heavens but some other thin meated fish with a dark bloodline. Wife's Shrimp was very good. Service didn't tell us about specials but did tell others. I'd go back for another beer or two but not to eat.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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I hate to think that this review might entice others to start going here to eat. It could possibly detract from the appeal of the place. First It's cafeteria style but it's a short counter. The meat and 3 is less than $10 with tea or lemonade. I had the Pulled Pork and wife had BBQ chicken. Both got the butter beans. I had taters and gravy, she had rice and gravy. Man o man this was the best meal of our trip. I absolutely love that I didn't need to reach for the salt and pepper. I fell like I was 6 again and eating at Grandma's. Not enough stars for the food.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
It's Mexican, it's Sunday, what else...? OK, great cold large XX , salsa is so so. Nice flavor with a bit of a jalapeño bite but, I like the roasted with cilantro style of the upstate better. Nice fajitas set up. Lots of beef. Well done meal! Great service and great food. If I come back this way again, I will satisfy my Mexican urges here.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Great service, good food. Didn't see any unhappy Latino or dark skinned customers. Three server's always on top of things. Fast service by all. Wife had French toast, I had Cajun Shrimp and Grits. All very very good. I could easily make this my regular stop if I lived here.
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