The holidays are a time of joy, tradition, and gift-giving. But most of all, it’s a time of bourbon!
OK, maybe not most of all. Bourbon can be enjoyed year-round—and we definitely encourage you to do so—but Christmas is one of the very few opportunities each year to give someone a gift of bourbon. That’s because many people associate the spirit with the holiday season; they’ll enjoy a glass while they’re baking cookies or opening presents.
Bourbon can be found in all shapes and sizes, from minis to full-size bottles, from $20 to $200+, from basic labels to those with more ornate designs. We know this can make choosing the perfect bottle difficult for you, but fear not: we’ve got your back. We’ve narrowed down some of our favorite options for you.
Christmas is fast approaching, and if you’re like us, you may be procrastinating on figuring out what to get for some of your hard-to-shop-for loved ones. You may have a special someone in your life who loves bourbon—if so, this guide’s for you.
If you already know the basics of bourbon and are looking for something new to try, here are a few recommendations. For the well-rounded man or woman who appreciates a classic taste with a modern twist, try Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select. This smooth drink from one of Kentucky’s premier distillers offers a nice balance between sweet caramel and spicy rye flavors. If you’re looking for an intense, complex bourbon that’ll catch your friends off guard at your next party, go for Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Bourbon. With intense notes of orange peel lying under smooth hints of vanilla and honey, this drink will really impress. If you’re looking for something on the sweeter side, Elijah Craig Small Batch is perfect for those who love their bourbon with a hint of spice. It finishes with notes of cinnamon and applewood that round out its bold flavor profile. Great as a gift or to keep on hand at home, there’s nothing quite like
Bourbon is an established liquor all over the world, especially in the United States. It is made from a grain mash of wheat and other grains that have been fermented and distilled, then aged in oak barrels for two years. It is a very popular liquor.
We personally love bourbon, and We can honestly say that it’s the best thing to come out of Kentucky since the invention of the self-serve gas pump. Bourbon is a strong, brown liquor made from corn, rye, barley, and wheat. It belongs to the same family as whiskey, but has a higher alcohol content. There are many different types of bourbon, depending on what style of whiskey is used in production – straight bourbon is aged for at least two years in new charred oak barrels; Tennessee whiskey is made with a blend of corn and grain; sour mash whiskey must include at least 51% corn; and just about anything goes for corn whiskey.
No matter how you get it, though, one thing’s for sure: bourbon tastes delicious. And if you’re planning on drinking some on your next trip to Kentucky or want to know what makes it so special when you’re ordering it at a bar or buying it for someone else’s gift, here are some things you should know about bourbon.
Bourbon is a type of whiskey, made in the United States, generally from corn mash. Bourbon’s flavor is derived from the charred oak barrels in which it is aged. It ranges from light to dark in color, with the darker varieties exhibiting a stronger flavor.
Derby City Jukebox – Tennessee Whiskey – The Shop I used to spend my nights out in a barroom Liquor was the only love I’ve known But you rescued me from reachin’ for the bottom And brought me back from being too far gone You’re as smooth as Tennessee whiskey
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