The Back Stories Behind Picking Private Barrels (Episode 780: August 11, 2019)20190811202820
Mark GillespieAugust 11, 2019@sailorretro, acquisition, amaranth, attitudes, Australia, Barley Exploration Series, bars, bartenders, beer, Bere Barley, Bere Barley 2010, Birthday Bourbon, Bourbon, Bourbon Salon, Bourbon's Bistro, Bowmore, bricks, Bruichladdich, Buffalo Trace, Bullitt, California, Caol Ila, Cardhu, chimney, China, Civil War, Clynelish, Col. E.H. Taylor Jr., Conservative, construction, Cork, Cornerstone Rye, Creation, Cù Bòcan, Dayton, Diageo, distilling, doormen, Dragon Edition, Eddie Russell, Edinburgh, El Paso, Elmer T. Lee, Elmer T. Lee 100 Year Tribute, Evan Williams, Fawn Weaver, Finland, Firestone & Robertson, Fort Worth, Frankfort, Gallup, Gilroy, Glen Garden, Glenkinchie, Global Travel Retail, golf course, history, Hobart, International Wine & Spirits Competition, Ireland, Islay, Islay Barley 2011, Isokyrö, Jack Daniel, Joe Head, Johnnie Walker Experience, Jordan Oeler, Kalle Valkonen, Ken Golden, Kentucky, Kyoto, Kyrö, Kyröfest, Larry Rice, Leonard Firestone, liquor, Loretto, Louisville, Maker's Mark 101 Proof, Margo McMillen, mass shootings, Master's Keep, meetup, Melbourne, Michael Veach, Michter's, Moray Council, Nathan Nearest Green, Nearest Green, Ohio, Old Forester, Omar Fitzell, Omi, Oxmoor Farm, Pappy Van Winkle, Pernod Ricard, planning permission, podcast, pricing, private barrel, private selection, progressive, race, Rye, Scotch, Scotland, Sea Dragon, security, shooting, slavery, Speyside, Starward, strategy, Suntory, survey, Sydney, Tasmania, Tasmanian Whisky Week, Texas, The Century, The Gallup Poll, The Organic 2010, The Pearl, The Silver Dollar, Toasted Barrel Finish, Tomatin, tourism, travel retail, Traveler's Edition, Troy Robertson, Uncle Nearest, US1, Veterans of Foreign Wars, visitors center, warehouse, whiskey, Whiskey Ranch, whisky, Whistlepig, Wild Turkey, Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit, wine0 comments
“Private Selection” bottlings are the rage today, and it almost seems like an arms race as bars and retailers try to outdo each other with...
New Bourbons From Jim Beam & Diageo’s Orphan Barrel Project20150211171524
Mark GillespieFebruary 11, 2015Bernheim, Booker Noe, Booker's, Bottled in Bond, Bourbon's Bistro, Clermont, Diageo, distilling season, Forged Oak, Fred Noe, Jim Beam, Jim Beam American Stillhouse, Jim Beam Bonded, Kentucky, Orphan Barrel, statue, Stitzel-Weller0 comments
February 11, 2015 – Another week, another batch of new Bourbons. Jim Beam is returning to a place in Bourbon history with the release of Jim Bea...
Jeff Shaw’s Wild Turkey Bourbon Mojito20130426212750
Episode 74: January 7, 200720070106235600
Mark GillespieJanuary 6, 2007ambassador, author, awards, bar, Bessie Williamson, book, Bourbon's Bistro, Brandy Library, Burn Stewart, cookbook, Dave Pickerell, Ethan Kelley, Glasgow, Gourmand, horse, Ian Hunter, Keeneland, Laphroaig, Ledaig, Louisville, Maker's Mark, New York City, photos, pub, Rare Malts, Scottish Brewing Archive, The Herald, Tobermory, Ulf Buxrud, University0 comments
Welcome to 2007, and if you’re in New York, your assignment is to go to the library. Not the big building with a bunch of books, but the Brandy ...