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We love Bourbon and Country Ham, plain and simple. The first Kentuckians were thrifty, industrious, and adventurous. They tamed the frontier to plant grains, raise livestock, and build homes. With their leftover grain, they made whiskey, and with their...
Photos and Story - Caroline Paulus Recipes - Jason Bartlett While bitters may be the most popular way to add flavor to a cocktail without taking up space, smokers are coming on the scene to add another layer of intensity to...
Woodford Reserve has unveiled their annual $1,000 Mint Julep, crafted with ingredients that have deep ties to Churchill Downs. The mint julep, although it's been a Kentucky Derby tradition since the 1820s, did not become the official cocktail of the...
Photo Courtesy of White Coffee For those days at the office when you can't top your coffee off with the real thing, Jim Beam flavored coffees are now a reality. Earlier this year, White Coffee (Astoria, New York) announced a...
By Carla Carlton   Here in Bourbon Country, we love to entertain. In fact, we love it so much that we’ve added another official holiday to the calendar: Derby Day. Even if you don’t get within 10 furlongs of a horse...
After a decade of covering cocktails the recently named Executive Editor for Imbibe, Paul Clark, explains why he penned his first book. Click here to order “The Cocktail Chronicles.” Story Paul Clark After 10 years of covering the booze beat, I...
  Sip Basil Hayden’s neat, on the rocks or enjoy it in a classic cocktail! On July 4th, try the Basil Hayden's Red, White and Blueberry Julep - it's the perfect, simple cocktail for Independence Day. The recipe  combines fresh, seasonal ingredients like mint leaves and lemon...
Looking to summon up the courage to storm Area 51? This Old Forester cocktail from Belle's Cocktail House in Lexington, Kentucky is the perfect marriage of bourbon and melon. Sweet and tart, with an appropriate neon green hue, the...

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