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  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...
BOURBON COCKTAILS Leader of the Pack  2 oz. Bird Dog Bourbon 1 oz. Sweet & Sour Mix 1 oz. Orange Juice Splash of Grenadine Lemon-Lime Soda Add all ingredients, except lime-lime soda and Grenadine, to a shaker. Shake until chilled, then strain into a tall glass...
Story by Robbie Clark  |  Photos by Emily Moseley Lots of chefs have found Bourbon to be a versatile ingredient no matter what they are preparing, with pies being no exception. As baked pastries rule the dessert tray through fall during...
Story by Robbie Clark  |  Photos by Emily Moseley Lots of chefs have found Bourbon to be a versatile ingredient no matter what they are preparing, with pies being no exception. As baked pastries rule the dessert tray through fall during...
Story by Robbie Clark  |  Photos by Emily Moseley Lots of chefs have found Bourbon to be a versatile ingredient no matter what they are preparing, with pies being no exception. As baked pastries rule the dessert tray through fall during...
Story by Robbie Clark  |  Photos by Emily Moseley Lots of chefs have found Bourbon to be a versatile ingredient no matter what they are preparing, with pies being no exception. As baked pastries rule the dessert tray through fall during...
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...
Whether you love it or think it’s a criminal waste of good Bourbon, the mint julep is inextricably linked with the Kentucky Derby, and your guests will expect to sip one, particularly if they’re non-Kentuckians and don’t know better....

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