18 Burst results for "Great Bourbon"

"great bourbon" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:48 min | 2 months ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on No Agenda

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"great bourbon" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on No Agenda

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Bourbon, Bad Guys and Cyber Vigilance

Pure Life Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

Bourbon, Bad Guys and Cyber Vigilance

"Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. You're weekly does for all things travel. Who Am sure today? I'm your host. My name is Don Meyer. My wife is off doing some much needed research. On some future travel endeavors and travel destinations So today I am your host for the half hour or so that we have you for For this session and boy. I'm I'm so happy to be able to talk with you again and happy to be able to share with you what we have in store for you today. It has been an interesting couple of weeks to say the least with ups and downs and all over the place with the Kovic Nineteen scare and with certain states opening up and closing down own death tolls getting higher getting the infection rates continuing to grow it has been for all intensive and purposes a very Challenging time for all of us and You know looking at the way things are going. It's going to be quite some time before we get back to any semblance of normalcy For whatever that is whether that's you know going back to work In a work environment for those of us who have been working in corporate environments that could be going to an office space in in cubicles and in gatherings and stuff like that You know looking at what's going on. It's going to be quite some time before that in and of itself becomes the norm again For those of you who are unemployed you know. Hopefully things are going to come back to normal pretty soon. We'll be able to open up the doors to Everything that we've done you know whether it's retail or or or Hospitality or whatever. The industry is war. We're we're certainly hopeful that we'll all get through this really quickly and you know to the best of own abilities. Hopefully you know we we fair through this as best we possibly can You know we here at purely podcast have been battling a number of different things trying to figure out work in school and life. And we've been doing travel cancellations and all sorts of different things it's been been quite Quite challenging to say the least and You know our hearts go to all those who've been affected by this you know fortunately here in Northern California. We've been locked down for cash going on the last seven eight weeks now and It has been interesting to say. The least We are going a bit. Stir crazy as I imagine you all are just trying to get through all this with with our sanity intact and with some semblance of normalcy attributed to what we do Long story short of it. Obviously going back to normal. It's going to be a luxury if you will in the foreseeable future we hope that Things will calm down and we'll be able to you know all resume life is is. Is We enjoyed it before? Obviously things are going to be quite a bit different in here. At pure life will keep you abreast of. What's what's been going on. And how things are progressing along from this front but You know if if there are things that you've you've been planning for You know there's there's travel that she'd been looking to do you know take take some time in review what we've been talking about over the last few weeks about the credit cards in the travel rewards programs in the difference in a hotel programs and things of that nature because once things do come back into play. You know doing a little bit of homework and doing a little bit of pre-planning that's GonNa help to really be able to get you ahead of the game if you will and not not be part of the throngs that come back into everything As things slowly start to get back to normal so with that As I said my wife's off doing some much needed research I'm your host for today In keeping with our recent traditions. I am Here enjoying my My little glass of Of loveliness here And I wanted to continue on with the theme that we've had for the last couple of weeks. Which is our drinking the week and for those of you who've been with us for the last couple of weeks as you know we've been doing some mixed drinks Talked about a really good top-shelf Mar Margarita. With the freshest of ingredients try and keep it as low in the sugar and you know the the high-fructose nonsense that that is added to a lot of these drinks but really just keep it nice and fresh and and and really enjoyable next we followed it up with a inexpressible Martini. Twist if you will on the vodka Martinis but really really good twist. That adds a good kick a good zest. Good Dino Buzz if you will to To the Martini also really complements the Vodkas that we have chosen. This week might take it down and a little bit ticket to simpler more. Simplistic Ingredients As you guys have heard over the last couple of weeks My favorite kind of Indulgent if you will is a straight Bourbon Street whiskey I'm really getting into some of the Scotch whiskies and exploring a lot of the American bourbons or some really really great bourbons that are out there. Obviously there's a staples like Jim Beam Jack Daniels and stuff like that which I certainly do enjoy But if you want to enjoy a really Gosh full-bodied Bourbon That is drinkable that Doesn't require you know Like a coke or anything like that to be added to it My go-to which I've got right here with ME IS A. It's a Basil Hayden's Basil Hayden's is a an American Bourbon. It's been around for quite some time. And it is part of the Jim Beam family And it is a Part of their their small batch bourbons produced by the the Beam Suntory Company Sunsari came in and invested into the Jim Beam Distilleries and of created this huge conglomerate of different spirits if you will Basil is one of their premium brands and it is really true to its roots. Its roots go back about two hundred years There was a Hayden family that migrated from From the UK. During the time we're Catholics were being persecuted. They bolted from the UK. Set up shop on the New England coast of America and then in roughly about When was it seventeen? Eighty five or so the Basil Hayden Senior Moved transplanted from his home in Maryland and went into Kentucky and there he started to brew a a batch of Bourbon based on the things that he had on hand and the stuff that he had on hand was some Ryan. Some other things like that too He tried to stay true to the the Bourbon form if you will But really kind of came up with an interesting mash of his own creation which I truly enjoy. It is a an eighty proof or forty percent alcohol if you will Very very light bodied Bourbon. Whiskey very drinkable in my favorite is just a single cube of ice and you can get these What are they called a whiskey balls if you will Whiskey balls brand of ice cube makers if you will make those Globes or the the the the square or the the cubed type of a larger size cubes I like it with a single ball of ice or cube ice if you will And Basil on top of it port and get it a little Chilled by the ICE. And Oh my goodness it is just. It is just absolute heaven for me so there you have it if you are a Bourbon Aficionado in you are into drinking. Bourbons my recommendation for you right now. If you haven't tried one is a Basil Hayden's need If you like at NEAT Or with a single Cuba vice or on the rocks if you will Once it's it's Gotten a little cool in a little bit of water from the ice itself is just so smooth and just so drinkable and really accomplishments just about

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"great bourbon" Discussed on Celtics Stuff Live

Celtics Stuff Live

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on Celtics Stuff Live

"The TV. Take this. Take the game systems away xactly. Lost it. Right to order one I. Mean I think you know. Probably a month and a half before this all went down. I redid my office and it didn't have before now it does. It did only have an office in an uncomfortable chair. Now I've got an electric recliner chair in here and the playstation moved in here I left the we out for the family, and they weren't using the playstation anyway and You know I got really bad asthma so I've used that as an excuse to set up a dehumidifier in here close. The doors basically just walked out on the video games. Whatever I'm not work and. That's how you own cove in nineteen. That's how you do it, well you. Know you? You were a little under the weather last show and you've done some work in the house. Wall so yeah, absolutely to shows ago was under the weather from. Some really Great Bourbon! And then the last show I was under the weather because I had done some sheet rocking. In the dining room, and then we're going to paint. It was the ceiling. Of course you might have heard. There's shortage masks and so I didn't even think I mean. It was just a little small patch, and it was just touching it up, but I think I inhaled. Some of that with the allergies are bad too so I've been wheezing two weeks like literally. The wife left the bedroom last night at three am because between the snoring and the wheezing. But. It's been two weeks that almost now and I still haven't spiked a fever so i. feeling like it's either allergies or or that. Thank goodness. It was a little touch and go there and mentally in the early going. So you know now have settled down, but you know that was a great excuse to sit in the office and play video games all the more reason right well so. On that experience of course, I just did a little bit sheet rocking myself today. We'll standing than with it over my head, so it's fallen right in my mouth, so maybe I can I can. You know not feel good and just kind of lay up and. Bring the xbox downstairs or something we'll see we'll see. I'm trying not to hats. My plans a on a podcast. My wife will never listen to, but it's a thought. It's a thought so I like to I like to lead that. You're the trail that your fortune for me here..

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"great bourbon" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"Think it'll be pretty healthy Were counting on it. We're down the stock for that. So I hope I hope it continues that way. Nope I'm right so otherwise I gotTa Lot stock. I'm GONNA have to. We're in the Boston market at as we like to drink whiskey to we'll be more than happy to help you go through and sample every barrel. That's out there. Yeah so talk about Virginia and how how they kind of embraced it. You guys you know and hung their hat on us like this is our distillery to you. Kind of have that with the state or Well we do. There's you know it's interesting last. You know up until the fifties were really only distillery in Virginia and now over the past five years Just the distilling industry in Virginia has really taken off. We've gone from you. Know being twenty small distilleries in the state. Now I think there's seventy in the state But I think a lot of people still embrace the fact that you know. Bourbon is one of the products and whiskey is one of the products that is made and has been made in Virginia for a long time. And there's a lot of people that Really really are putting out some great products and you know and I think it's. It's great that a lot of people look as Allman and they go. Oh yeah okay. That's you know. That's that's the model that we should follow For making a great Bourbon or a great whiskey in the state of Virginia and I think a lot of people a lot of people who have lived in this area for a long time they know us and they know our products and You know of course. They go to their football games and they had their bodily Smith Bowman. And that's that's our tradition. We have guys a little. Send me a eighty something years old. I've been drinking Bourbon since I was twenty so which is great to hear you know one of those legacy products that You know you just don't find the history and a lot of the smaller distilleries. I think that's a wonderful thing to be part of that history absolutely and I think You know you kind of you kind of struck something in my head when you started talking about elders went from you know. Twenty now to seventy. Do you see a lot of competition coming through your doors and saying. Oh let's go see what Qassim Bryan's up to over here. Let's see if we can take down a few notes in our in our. Yeah Absolutely I. We had a lot of that do that. We'll have a local distiller will say hey. Can I come up and walk through the distillery in and spend some time with you and I say absolutely can come through the distillery tours every hour on the hour? And we don't hide anything and you can. You can see exactly what we're doing now. We may not tell you exactly what we're doing. We may not tell you. Hey this is the Nashville is our doing this. You can see what we're doing and we're we're very were supportive. We WanNA. We really think that the industry has room to grow and we want to support them. But we also you know. I don't want the industry goal. In such a way that people look out and they see the smaller distillers and go. Oh they don't make anything good. So that's why we really want to support and say gap me. No you gotta put out a good product if you can see you wanna come in and see how we're doing things that's fine may not tell you a whole lot but you're welcome to come in and walk around so how the Bourbon Tourism Been in Virginia. Because like here it's exploded have you. Have you guys seen that as well in Virginia well for US tourism is a little bit harder than it is a lot of people? Go to Kentucky and they they go to Kentucky to go visit Stiller's For us a little bit different. We have you know we're right in the middle of alcohol historic where people are coming to see You know civil war were. The distillery site is actually a site of civil war battle. You know there's a lot of historic sites as far as the civil war revolutionary war. George Washington was actually lived. You know his boyhood home is literally across the river from the distillery so a lot of people come for the history and it's our our challenge is to get them to come and visit the distillery. Now I think the Virginia Wine Industry has done a great job. Getting people realize that there's lying in the state and then of course breweries have been doing pretty well as well So it's been a struggle for us as far as getting the visitors air but we still. This last year was almost thirty. Thousand people through the distillery You know obviously not. Hundreds of thousands of people that will go to larger distilleries. We're hoping that we can grow that and let people know. Now we're we're a distillery that's been here for a long time and we plan to be here for another eighty five ninety years. At least you got to figure out a way to get yourself on the history trail over there at the take a break from the capitals and all the Norton come down and yeah you do the capital. You go across the river to go see George Washington's house you grew up in. Oh there's this old distiller over here at all and we get the drink absolutely a count me absolutely absolutely. That's that's our whole goal is how to get get your like. Hey that's a really nice monument there but I mean that's an easy sell point for me to come in just a adults let's go. Let's go do that. You can see a mime in every single day if you wanted to but so I guess You know we're coming. Come down here to the end of this and I kind of want to get a little bit more information about really where you kind of see is is their expansion as there is their ideas of like how how much bigger can is. GonNa get in regards of like what you all are trying to do in regards to growth or anything like that. Yeah well right now. We're actually in in the midst of an expansion You know we're we're adding tanks we've added just in the past Probably GonNa say about a month. We've added about eleven angst or production We're hoping to add to our bottling line. Here Preuss Pretty soon to be able to pick up production because we really. WanNa you know. We're coming up some of the moves that we made a couple of years ago. When I came in five six years ago was increase some of our small batch production in Greece on John. Jay Things like that. In those those are kind of coming into fruition now and we're hoping to expand and make more that urban available but I don't think we ever really have any ideas. We don't want become this huge multimillion case distillery. We Wanna be focused on making the absolute best products that we can the best bourbon that we can find our best bourbon that we can produce and best best best vodkas best. Rum's we want to absolutely make great products And if we grow to be a large larger regional size great but that's not really are focused focuses to make a great product and Cesare supports that vision and are not like. Yeah that sounds great but we want to crank out as much as possible. Yeah no absolutely absolutely under present sport Making the best product that we can make very cool. Yeah absolutely and You know Shutout to to Matthew who is here on the chat He just said thanks for joining in. Brian was so great to actually learn about a brand. That's flying under the radar for a lot of the Bourbon geeks out there. Because like I said for myself learning more about the mashed bill and really how the operation kind of functions. And you know knowing that you're single girls are nine to fourteen years old like that's that's got some age on it for an coming for even most the Sak portfolio when you're looking at the the weller antiques. You're looking at six years old. Maybe seven something like that. So seeing of of of what's coming out of Virginia can't hands more or less bottles. That's for sure. Yeah we'll be sending on your way you got it Niagra marking those barely go. You're out you're mark that barrel up. I got my credit card already to start swiping. Okay but Bryan. Thank you again for coming on the show today. Giving us more information about ace Matt Bowman the history sort of your history and how you kind of cut your teeth and industry and your family life too. I think it'd be fun to get your get your whole family on here one day and kind of see you all. Kinda like go back and forth. If there's any of that would definitely be interested so Last way to kind of give a shout so if people want to know more about your they want to visit the story. Where did it go and do that? No more about us or visit the distillery go ahead and go to AC DOT COM. That's the best way to find us in any information about us. We're on twitter instagram as well. But you can get all that from the from the website new and ride the coattails on Virginia history trail and stop over there. And then go and get yourself a nice bottle basement. Bowman a takeover. John J Bowman. I think I think the John Jay fit my flavor profile absolutely and you never know you can come in and try them all next time. You're in the area okay. So so so. Make sure everybody that you are you. Check out their website. Make sure you go to Bourbon. Pursuit DOT COM. We've got links on there for all the episodes that we've had if you want to know more about any of the The Cesare portfolio. You can kind of check out some of our past episodes. We've done there too if you WANNA follow us. Twitter facebook instagram. We're all over the place there Yeah and then also thank you to everybody. That is a Patriot supporter. That was joining US watching this show live as it happened on Youtube just again. One of those perks of being able to watch. Us law before it actually goes out on air so good and closing up yet for sure Brian. Thanks man that was Very interesting great. You know like you said the Bourbon has been crazy growth in. We're kind of have blinders on you. Know we have these Kentucky brands you know things that were used to like we focus on those but then you forget that. There's these guys like you all doing. Such great things and like it's flying under the radar in With the flavors you were talking about like I think Kenyon I might run out and go get some bottles after this. I just WANNA find more coconut. Coconut the O'CONNELL. But not appreciate your time and is a cool story and I WANNA come to your Holiday Party. Booze wars yeah. I'll put the invitation next time. Cool cool cool. Cool so Yeah if anyone has any suggestions comments feedback Let us know. We're always here to serve you. Guys Bring Nadia. So we'll see all next on cheers..

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"great bourbon" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"Yeah we Like in In Karma might might cost ship groups. It's the stupidest thing in the world. But when when mega ball went from fifteen numbers to seventeen hundred nineteen or whatever? The number is not fifteen anymore. We were all very upset because at diluted our chances of winning stuff so we had to create our own weekly drawing which is I got a Bingo machine. Back their son. Some did our own damn drawing. Because I didn't want split a bottle. Seventeen ways almost fifteen ways but yeah. He ended up particularly in some of those secondary raffle sites. You can lose just an absurd amount of money if you don't really check yourself. Yeah Hey Kenny for introducing me to Raffles Risky whiskey in particular after awhile you you figure you know. That's the reason billing it. I had to delete social media during the week. Thanks a lot after awhile. You end up as early. Uganda quit planned But back to the community aspect of this you know we we look at it as an opportunity as as well to branch out. You know Myself Gotten to know people through these communities and in Your Jeremy. As you mentioned you'll travel you'll go somewhere You know I've got connections now and a lot of states you can. You can travel somewhere. Eno- that you can confine and somebody and you can hang out and have a good time. You don't have to go and meet up at a bar somewhere to go and and hang out and ultimately I don't know about you all. I'd actually rather go to somebody's house and dig into their collection and try something unique than I would just rather meet a put a bar well. It's it's funny we My buddy critic lyman was tear probably six months ago. And there's Three guys here locally. They're a part of the Karma groups that were part of We went out to a bar all meet up in about halfway through my trying that Bob Dylan whiskey. We all that stuff. I hate to break off on that. But what did you think of the Bob Dylan Whiskey? I will wasn't a tremendous fan of grow Sydney like it at all. It was growth about it so there is a okay. So it's it's it's difficult. And they got like the bottom of the barrel of the dickel barrels Because it's like metallic you know there's like there's like this crazy like weird metallic note in there. There was something to it that I had not tasted bourbon before. I don't mean that in a good way and it inspired us. We were Fred you mentioned the Esquire. We were down the road from the ESQUIRE. So maybe that was our problem but we all That that drink inspired me to tell her because the dust bar in San Antonio for whiskey at each of our individual houses. Can we please just go there? So that's what we did. No better than the Bob Dylan whiskey. Yeah I'm sorry. I interrupted you but I had to ask your opinion on it now. I don't totally remember. We're going with that but you're absolutely right. That's sucked Fred. I mean a friend of you if you had enough connections now when you go somewhere that you'd rather not go to a bar and you'd rather go to somebody's house and dive into a you know a weller gold vein or Roy Moore Weller some old dusty Kentucky Tavern or Evan Williams or something like that I've had I've had some weird experiences Please do you. I've had some weird ones But I you know. I'll say that I still like to see what's going on in the town five years ago. I was like I don't want to go to a whiskey bar. 'cause I have everything and I don't want to spend that kind of money and rather just Kinda go hang out and see something else Now I'm kinda going back to the I feel like these. These bars are working hard to promote my culture. What I love and I gotta throw him a bone. I gotta I gotTa go in there and pay my respect to what they're doing so that's Kinda how I think of it now is like I. I don't think of it is like you know. Look at them in their prices. Just what they are if they're price gouging. You know be very vocal about that but in often to like I ended up correcting spelling errors and menus. I mean for God's sakes why can't spell will it correctly it's But I I feel like I have. I have a purpose and I'm supposed I need to be visiting. These great temples of that are bastions to whiskey. And you know if if they invite me and I'm GonNa GonNA show you know. Check it out but indeed do I like go into someone's house and going down in the basement and seeing seeing the collection I mean that's like to me it just it doesn't get better than that. Now what's weird is when like you now. I come in the house. And then the guy's wives down there and I'm like Oh oh and the business guy in the Ascott who'd you agree out? Oh Man can get weird so I didn't sleep on their couch like I'm GonNa go till now. Yeah I mean it's it's fun to look at this and and and look at the relationships that you do build over time Because it does seem like a lot of these hopefully will stand the test time. You never really know Because it I don't know maybe this is another kind of question. Is You know as Bourbon becomes more prolific and becomes more scarce As even harder to find these things and and really I don't know how much bigger these networks that people were creating right now can actually get You can they get bigger or or you feel like you know what I've I don't have anymore room in my life for new friends. We're just GONNA Kinda keep it for me. I mean we. I don't know if we actually call episode this but you said the term finding your Bourbon people For me selfishly. I found my bourbon. People my biggest group of people that I care about is about a hundred and fifty people. And that's about as big as it needs to be in. We're all having like I don't know when this is gonNA air but right now there's this whole bsn. Bourbon secondary market thing going on facebook. We couldn't care less and it's been incredibly entertaining for us because I know because established by community. There's not really anything that's GONNA come out that if I really WANNA try it. I can't try it from a store. Pick that comes out to got a buddy with a bottle of Red Hook that I'm going to see if I can't snail announce it all. Yeah model if you can find your your community than these groups of fifty thousand people really. Don't matter all that much so I guess another question is So you've found your people We already decided. Three's enough we're not bring on a fourth call. Hosa we've got our people but how do you? What would you say is is a good way for people to start getting introduced in sort of like vine there. You don't find their Because you say they're missing connections there yangs of the Yangs of of the Bourbon community to me every every good bourbon connection. I've come into is because somebody was doing something nice for somebody else. You know whether it's you know there's last year Almost city liquor ear had a fantastic Elisa. Correct pick bought a bunch of didn't help some friends that otherwise wouldn't have been able to get it get it and they became good friends. That favor is I've been on the receiving end of that favor from different places all over the country and Great Bourbon connections for me rarely come from trying to proust price. Gouge somebody on a whatever store pick of the month. It is but if you know just be cool with people and treat everyone this. You know what guess Cliche but tree people the way you'd WanNa be treated you'll end up knowing some really cool folks. That's what's that's what's happened me. And that's the advice that I typically give people on between Carmen Twenty one kings. I really don't need to know anybody else You guys can't be your friend. Jammie one of my favorite things is like. I get you know when when when I travel. I do often like to kind of connect with someone. Who's a listener reader just like Or you know. Follow me on instagram. I really do try to make an effort when I'm out to like go hang out with people and My favorite thing to do is like learn about their jobs. You know.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"First concert revealed only where Charlotte North Carolina I let my boyfriend had to go you can feel I've been around home the live with Kelly and Ryan sent me to meet him like last year and that the Greek or two years ago last meal on earth last man on earth good guacamole good ships great Bourbon that's all I need and how do you fall asleep at night is there something that you do something sort of is there a show you watch music you listen to do you have to have a certain Elaine get like what's here what's your way I am meditate though and meditate the last thing in the day I don't like to take my I'm really subjective brain and I don't like to take my day into my dreams because I feel like I get a lot of information in my dreams so I meditate for at least you know fifteen twenty minutes inhale and exhale on yes and thank you in love just kind of to get my Adam's aligned and then just get neutral before I fall asleep what's your favorite TV show of all time of all time first right now succession yes and maybe it will be of all time I have to say I remember watching the O. G. Twilight Zone with my dad when I was little and I still tune in now and those episodes below my mind like when Burgess Meredith wake steps on his classes at the end of the has all the time in the world to read and he steps on its classes like there was always a quest to such good storytelling my favorite sitcom of all time is Frasier and a year on Fraser until recently the I remember you as the woman in the dry cleaners leads spray paint on her jacket it comes in it's a great episode it was and that's the basis for our and then lastly I'm curious what era do you identify with fashion lies seventies **** love the seventies I really right right the seventies yeah yeah yeah I what is it about seventy I just love the ease of it all the like rock and roll five easy smoky eight lake group they weren't afraid of glitter only an hour at lemay but it all was the way everything draped is just glorious it didn't seem to fight the body it just seemed to make it more this is sexy and glorious and whatever you had it enhanced and I just think it thank you so much Bellamy they are coming on and talking about the new show scandal fashion everything.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Concert every spring field where Charlotte North Carolina I like my boyfriend had to go Springfield the live with Kelly and Ryan sent me to meet him like last year and that the Greek or two years ago last meal on earth last man on earth good guacamole good job great Bourbon that's all I need and how do you fall asleep at night is there something that you do something sort of this here show you watch music you listen to when you have to have a certain the link it like what's your what's your way I am meditate don't meditate the last thing in the day I don't like to take my I'm really subjective brain and I don't like to take my day into my dreams because I feel like I get a lot of information in my dreams so I meditate for at least you know fifteen twenty minutes inhale and exhale on yeah and thank you in love just kind of to get my Adam's aligned and then just get neutral before I fall asleep what's your favorite TV show of all time all time first right now succession yeah and maybe it will be of all time I have to say I remember watching the O. G. Twilight Zone with my dad when I was little and I still tune in now and those episodes bolo my minds like when Burgess Meredith like steps on his classes at the end of the has all the time in the world to read in a class like there was always a with good storytelling my favorite sitcom of all time is Frasier and a year on Fraser how until recently the remember you as the woman in the dry cleaner who had spray paint on her jacket Americans and it's a great episode it was about our and then lastly I'm curious what do you identify with fasten lies seventies asked love the seventies I really right like the seventies yeah yeah yeah I seventies I just love the ease of it all the like rock and roll five easy smoky eight lake they wanna freight of glitter only an hour at lemay but it all with the way everything draped is just glorious couldn't seem to find the body it just seemed to make it more sexy and glorious and whatever you had it enhanced and I just think it thank you so much found me they are coming on and talking about a new show scandal fashion everything.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And then a friend of ours a mutual friend who's in the tequila market out from under Alex Ruano invited me to him and Ron Ron white's party the one that yeah the long dead yeah so we would we would watch Ron Wyden an hour from Monday and they and we value to the after party well I left Ron's set early sake get to the after party early teens so I could leave that early and get home some way all right into Wes Henderson the guy the star angels and angels I mean with the dead Lincoln yeah and he told me he him and some of the staff actually taught me how to drink Bourbon and that makes it a lot easier to drink with the whole yeah it's wishing it is not just drink it right you're experiencing so I I I will say to its yeah you chew it for ten seconds well that's yeah that's the Kentucky to that's what the one okay well that's with Booker no called it but thought they were messing with me with no no they said start you in this is that okay the group ID on the radio guy there were like Swiss you know yeah which wind but it's high proof I played on a blow your head off right so you gently to it like you with food and Booker no would do that up at the whisky fest and stuff you know from bookers Bourbon and Jim beings grandson but that then at that the journalist articling at the Kentucky choose so that so he was known that'll then he taught his son Fred who goes around the country in the world and does it and then in and Fred teachers are all everybody else but my point was when you start drinking this Bourbon the way that they have you drink it yeah it's smooth as silk yeah when you talk to the old timers like yeah like art we had Parker beam in our the story fifty six years with our distillery Parker being up you know just to create a larger Cragen all these great Bourbons you know they never they never sat around ago this taste like I'm a resident Bourbon tasting once and when I first started the business in New York City know your sandy and you know and I'm from Kentucky and I'm in the industry but I'm fairly new and I'm you know and then the all these people are just obvious very intimidating and swung annex me says you know he they were doing these tasting notes yeah and he says I tasted marzipan and I'm thinking I don't even know what Mars he's tasting and I know I is that a date rape drug almond cake supreme okay but I'm just like Mars I don't get so but he said he tastes marzipan this is great so what I do now is with I'm a Bourbon tasting you know if in a enough if I want to look like I'm smart I go you know I get a whisper of Mars it's if you when you're must know what he's talking about when you're in a city like New York New York City yeah and you're doing what you're doing and you're doing what these things are from Kentucky and you Sir have a few Bourbons do you start to port on a little bit that go now listen ya'll might not want wanna yeah right you take the axe in Iraq you're not going to want to know you know it even when I was doing comedy all over the country you know are my I grew up here a little and about high school right and you know talk for a living in a kind of washes out yeah but you know it you're right about the drinking part right about hang around sometimes you let your ego yeah it just come you know mostly it's you all right whatever a broader or whatever you got to do that and it's not that you're put is just like your relaxed around people right and but it's usually would not New York what kind of can't can't be when all the sudden I I don't think I have an accent but I would go to New York to go wow I know yeah you know yeah you start thinking about it go well you know I can meet you know but yeah not conscious if you do it it's not may have crotch is because my wife and I we go to Kabul San Lucas who were around people from all over the country okay and so they'll do the thing really all while you talk funny anti what they like this honey I'm gonna take it up a notch another I start doing that well I reckon it's time for some Vittles yellow down the buffet there's a different accent for Long Island and Manhattan there's that you ever heard that for P. R. P. no doubt it's not exploit the different do you feel you listen to go you're from New Jersey other you'll all know your Long Island you know they tell the difference in those accents and it is it's it's fun day you hear that too and we don't you're right yeah we don't hear it I'm a yeah I went to Boston one time we work with the sales rep going around you know I it when I'm out making sales because I have cowboy boots and has Evan Williams on on yes it looks kind of neat you know it's not I'm not in your face is just kind of subtle because that Nick made a move in land over at the letter had made right yeah yeah and then so I go in and I got you know I wear of nice belt belt yeah yeah yeah that's about it all right hand or anything of that but I just go in and I live in it I just looked every go to New York and got a big smartly built on a cast over Boston right this one guy he is a great he goes any love taking me around because he goes so we're talking like a big hotel account or somebody that they go I would eat it this is by any he's from heaven hills so no we obviously he's not from here we sold so much with yeah he would just get up and I well obviously he's not from you're going to do the song right one of my favorite things is every December you come by and you give us the twelve days of local Christmas when we come back yeah I look forward to this every year Bernie lab that's a new one but first up in smoke that's what I'm talking about baby that's where me and my wife both get our C. 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"great bourbon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Turn our eyes to US China trade negotiations once again, Chuck zodda, Mike Armstrong, Tucker Silva here today, and Mike pretty much the the update on where we stand additional tariffs on new goods being shipped out of China went into effect twelve one A M this morning. Those tariffs again only for new goods being shipped as of today in later. So anything in transit, not subject to them. Tariffs rising to twenty five percent from the current ten percent on two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. This does give you a hypothetical two week window to get a trade deal done. And those goods would not be hit with tariffs. If they now leave China, we'll we'll see we do have Chinese negotiators still in Washington. There's still meeting vice premier Liu. He is there currently as we speak. And so, yeah, we're at the point now where it's it's getting to be put up or shut up time. It feels. Yes. I it seems like we're getting to be at that point. What I keep coming back to is. There was there's a speech that president gee, gave I think it was several years ago now and specifically talking about the problems with the Soviet Union. And the biggest thing that he said in that speech was at the Soviet Union did not follow through and they bent to easily. And this is part of the reason why I think that trans just I think it's tough to get a big deal done because I think that there are. Intractable differences between you like that word, by the way, intractable June between these two cultures and between the two systems of governance that I don't know if we can overcome and so I've been pessimistic since the beginning, I certainly would welcome a broad overarching deal. But you know, when the president of the country, you are negotiating with says that the biggest problem with the Soviet Union was that they bent to easily it it really just doesn't seem like there's going to be an easy way to get the deal done where you tell communists that you don't want them to be communists anymore. Yeah. I think it's going to be difficult. I think it's very difficult for president Xi to save face at this point when you've had such a public announcement from US officials saying, hey, you know, we had to deal with the Chinese and they completely warped it in backed out of that deal. So I I have my doubts, but we'll see what happens at this point since we learned about the big issues with this trade deal, which is around. Sunday at four pm. The markets are now down about three and three quarters percent from that point in time. So you know, we're sliding today right now Dow is off about three hundred points one point one seven percent also today big news were eagerly anticipating the first trades of Uber is today as their day for an IPO their I owing at forty five dollars a share now onto times we see a significant pop at the outset. If you remember back to lift as an example, they IPO at seventy two, but I think the first trading took place eighty three or eighty four bucks a share. Yep. Today. Looks like Uber. The first trade you can be right around the IPO price so little bit weaker, despite you know, kind of all the hype here, but we're going to continue to keep you updated win that trading happens. I think probably within the next hour is what we're looking at. Yep. In all likelihood, but yeah that price the the initial indicated trade has just continued to decline. Bad news, potentially for Uber. And also probably bad news for lift if you if you see first day decline on Uber. You would probably necessarily need to see a bit of a decline on lift. And speaking of which lifts is down right now. Almost four percent on the first day of Uber's IPO. Some big news in the the brewing industry. Sam Adams, Boston beer company. Buying a smaller craft beer company called dogfish head spending three hundred million dollars on this. I'm someone who knows both companies. The dogfish makes a really good selection of beers out there, and this continues kind of the trend of larger beer companies trying to acquire some of these craft names since that's where people tend to be turning right now for their beer, and a lot of cases it's coming amongst a general decline in beer sales across the board beer volumes fell one and a half percent in the US last year. Now, most of that or all of that was happening in the big beer name. So Anheuser-Busch cores those were all declining. Whereas. Craft brew sales were increasing. But they are increasing at a slower rate now even the craft brew sales are now increasing slower rate than they have for the last few years, which people can only drink so much. You can be yourself. You you can only drink so much beer for you die before you die. So, but I think you're also seeing some trends in different areas of alcohol. I think a lot more people are turning towards liquor than you have in the last decade. So people, you know, there's the new craft distilleries that are out there. Now, have you have you? Yeah. There's a great one that we've actually had on the show that I go to in the Seabrook New Hampshire areas smoky quartz milky courts, which they do some really good stuff. They do a great great bourbon do a just had some over the weekend. Actually. Yeah. I still have a bottle from when they came in. You know, I pop up there a couple times a year. I usually get my data bottle or two four, you know, his birthday or something like that. I'm a good son occasionally, but I mean, that's that's tough competition. If you're one of these craft breweries who has admittedly pretty high cost to be doing this. I've questioned for a long for years now how long this trend can go where you just keep seeing people forking over three four five dollars per beer at these craft breweries, and perhaps you're seeing a bit of a slowdown in terms of these acquisitions, I think it's kind of interesting that you're seeing these large craft Burs your Sam Adams, your harpoons of the world, you know, snatching up these smaller breweries now, you know, a good comparison with the same Adams dogfish deal was harpoon buying clown. Pew that I think those like six months ago so look for this trend to continue. I'd say the one thing that is kind of interesting is the ones that are being bought up at this point aren't the ultra expensive high end one. You know, you're not seeing the trillions of the world that are being bought up. You're not seeing the tree houses of the world. The big companies like SAM's know, what to do with those guys that don't distribute their beer. I don't think they understand the model. I don't think they know what to do. But you would think right. If you are Sam Adams, and you're looking at those huge sales at any of these really small breweries that only distribute through their own brewery. Yeah. Wouldn't that be your biggest selling point? Hey, let us by. We will distribute your your beer nationwide. We'll handle it. We've got all the contacts in place. Never think. You don't have to do anything. Just keep making your stuff. Yeah. So it's there's gonna be shakeout happening. I still think there's room for more of the really small brewers. But I do wonder if we're getting coast we've talked about kind of in this market. This is a great story here. It's tough to do over the radio, admittedly. It is really tough to do over the the radio. But so Sears back from the dead has said, hey, we want we want a new logo. A little bit. We want. We want a new logo in order to show people that we're not the same old Sears that we used to be were new Sears companies in the toilet. So let's try bring us back from the dead. And let's start with the old logo, shall we? And let's make it literally look exactly like the Airbnb logo pretty much the the new Sears logo. They would really took the Airbnb logo filled corners a little bay folded and kind of they made it look like a cross between the Airbnb logo and home plate. And that's what you now. Have if you if you're in front of a computer or have your phone on your go look for the new series logo and just ask yourself? What is the first thing that comes to mind looks like a rip off of Airbnb? Oh, totally is completely is why would you do that? That's so much confusion. When can I get a room at Sears? Probably pretty soon when they're probably moving out pretty darn soon. Mattresses. They also unveiled a new slogan as well, which is making moments matter. Let's do this is where I used to buy my lawnmower. You sell TV's, bro over your moment's, Matt. Like, what are you? Now. Like, it just doesn't make sense. The the social media backlash has just been amazing. You know, why do I keep thinking Airbnb when I see the new logo no idea what the new logo supposed to be please tell us if I saw that logo from the highway. I guess it was either a filling station or soft serve ice cream store making moments. Matt this is like if you had a defense contractor that changed their slogan to people helping people. It just it doesn't fit. It doesn't work Sears. Let's take a break right now. When we come back. It's time for trivia, it's Friday. So we've got action movie trivia, and we're doing trivia based on the movie gladiator right after this break like us.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"What experts by your California Ford dealers? You know, there's a really great bourbon bar that. I was but I I can't go now it's midnight. That's what was on deck for me wasn't. Yeah. Maybe tomorrow, I want more normal game. And I'll go now it's rest up and get ready for there's not expected any rain tomorrow. So you should be fine. It's nine back bed. Nine o'clock back home. Check way Jack one of those weather apps that you gotta my nine. Kentucky Derby down the road rain. The literal one hundred fiftieth anniversary tomorrow of the first professional baseball game, which is played in. Cincinnati tomorrow is the anniversary and the reds are going to celebrate that you're going to celebrate a twelve eleven win doing the throwback Younis throwback at least for the reds. The giants. We by the way, just offshore story. We asked vote about his. He said. I think the league does that. I take the first Mitch a lot. He said, so maybe. They laid in there. I was gonna take it laid it out there. He's no dummy. Stephen what's on XBox by your California Ford dealers. No one else could bring like the F one fifty with best in class going payload. That's just one reason I have series is America's best. That's what we thought.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"How to throw the very best Kentucky Derby party. So we need an expert thus. We have cooking with Caitlyn's very own Caitlyn. You can catch her tomorrow at three pm on fifty five k r c Caitlyn all of the guys at the stations are pretty much obsessed with talking about betting. I don't care about that. I want to throw the most kick ass derby party. And I want to do it the traditional way. So tell me what kind of dishes, I need to be serving at my Kentucky Derby party. Front question. So I am lucky to spend a lot of last year in Kentucky and even getting hit. And in the center of where the Kentucky Derby occurred. Yeah. So I would say the three basing that you need are a Kentucky Brown derby pie. And of course, Mitchell. So as long as you have three people that I think that you are going to the best party in the neighborhood easily. So which one do you wanna start with do you wanna start with a Kentucky hot Brown because maybe some degree? It's so good. It's so good. Amazing. Probably I if I can, you know, my humble opinion, you're the expert, but one of the most delicious things in the world. Oh, I mean, it is it is bacon and six thirty fresh tomatoes bread. And then mother in the most amazing like cheese Greenville, so. Yep. You can't really go wrong in that situation. There you can do it like the traditional way and kind of like big quantities and everybody gets their own or you could even do hint held kind of like make it an appetizer. Just simply by pressing white bread into mini muffins. And then finally everything and cheating at the very end. That's like an easy way to make it an appetizer. Do you need to get actual Turkey. Like a real Turkey that you bake yourself for this. Or can you get fixed Leist cold cuts from the Delhi? I've always wondered, and I've never been able to ask somebody so masking you well, the beautiful thing about being undefended. The Ohio river is that we don't necessarily have to follow the rules to and not offend anyone. So whatever easiest in whatever way. You're trying to whatever application you're trying to get a work. I mean, the traditional style is roasted Turkey Brad takes like, but if you're doing an advertiser form, you can definitely get sick like belly meat, or if you even want to make it kind of like sandwich, though, it's more hand held if you're having more of like a like, a fun backyard situation for the derby than that, you can do the deli need for that. So no mint juleps. I have been told that they are somewhat difficult, and then that they are not difficult. And it just depends on the person that you're talking to. I would say the people that say difficult are either people who are usually people who don't make cocktail they're 'cause in all honesty in order for something to be considered a Mitchell of you just need great bourbon little water and powder gender in fresh Mitch. And then I is important watcher like the ice they haven't purchased where it's easily Chewable. And you know, that is the best because. Yes heavily in the best option. But yet you can do it. If you want to do a single shortcut, you can easily make a simple, Sarah, which is just eagle part sugar and water and boiling, it you can even add them. It's too simple syrup to cut in entire step in that will make the process even easier for the derby pie are even technically allowed to use that I know it's trademarked. Funny. It is trademarked by a family. I wanna say the Kern family somewhere in Kentucky Derby pie. So. Yes yet. Third. I yeah. Dirty pi-, essentially the conflict, which is chocolate chips added a person was ever served at Melrose in. But I mean, if you just call it a chocolate chip conkrite that you're serving a derby party, maybe get in legal trouble. The curve family. But yeah, I mean, it's another classic people that you can you could buy for con by it. He wanted to really bypass all the hard stuff and just covered in chocolate chips in the for a little bit or you can make homemade because everything homemade is a little bit better. So we'll kind of I know that the traditional recipe I believe calls for bourbon in the pie. I'm a huge fan of bourbon in anything. But what other kind of foods, can you kind of add into your, you know, your Kentucky themed event for Kentucky Derby, that's bourbon infused bourbon infused. Definitely question. Well, if you ever wanted to like, simple dessert, or some I think it's really fun, especially when you kind of create a really interactive bar if you will something that people don't want. It doesn't have to stand behind in man all night long, but just giving people options on different or syrups or garnishes that they can play to make their own specialty cocktail, you know, in regard to cooking with bourbon. I think it's fun. If you do like, a bourbon glaze, he or yeah, easing. Bourbon is a really great thing. She doesn't use in regards to anything. You would add the knowledge he'll move. You're baking cookies you can substitute with bourbon instead of vanilla. Extract that you usually see massive so yeah, you can use it any which way honestly, Kaitlyn. I'm just trying to when I go to the liquor place. I buy three balls a bourbon, I won't be able to say, I'm cooking baking with bourbon today. So that I get less judgment. That's really basically what I'm asking you to help me create a story for cooking with Caitlin Caitlin herself. Is joining us to talk about how to throw a kick ass derby party. What are you going to be doing for derby? All well, I would love to say I would be wearing large hot and just the big Mitchell. But I have a very strong feeling might I will be delighted many they can take pride situation. Bill O important situation to manage. I mean, you've got to trust people with with no how and ability in that situation. So you can only this a blessing people are like can handle this, right? I always get the invitation as to whether I have to cook. Or not in the any of the question. But. To you. I bet that happens all the time. Now in honesty, I'm much better at cooking than I am small. So I will say behind the any day of the week when it comes to a party like this. I always hear people say, you know, they always talk about what to do for the derby party that you're throwing tomorrow. Can we talk about how ridiculous that is? Because for me, personally, I have to go to the store I have at least four or five days in advance to know. And I'm like, how unrealistic is it to just say, hey, just pop over to the party store and get all of your fixings for hot Brown, which is not the easiest thing to make. Well, I mean anyone see there's things that you can do to make it easy. You know, the basic ingredient of a hop on our easy on his bread baking Turkey tomato in Cheetos, if you wanna simplify the chief us, I mean, it's it's like classic French technique in regards to sticking with the ruin then folding in the cheese. But if you get heavy. Whipping cream and kind of emerge in golden a bit difference where boiling up in add. I would always recommend adding I'm not cheese like a neutral mozzarella or something like that. Then some sharp now, you're like agreer that doesn't necessarily melt twelve, but it adds the most flavor to thing back be to restrain greed yet cheaper that is super easy and Alicia, right? Because the is is like honestly, the most intimidating part of the hot Brown is the cheese sauce. Because it takes more time in multiple dishes. And you know, when you're somebody like me is more concerned. Like, I said with making sure all the bourbon is stocked. It's a little a little bit much in all. So the when I was on top chef of the very first jobs we ever did. We they said that the derby is the fact that sporting events in the world and just meeting with in like less than two minutes. The entire thing is over, you know, so they, but it is true. The it's all about mixing and mingling, and whatever you have comfortable, I would say the food secondary to the bourbon Kentucky Durban derby. And just make sure that you have enough to not a people will be sitting on. No your show's coming up tomorrow. You're not you're so well you coming up tomorrow on your show. We'll be talking about different recipes that we've been playing on things that now that brings his friendly sprung weird to share. And then, of course, are really bourbon. So. Yes. To bet you had me. You had me a bourbon good. Caitlyn? Thank you so much for joining us. Of course, thank you for having me believe it or not Caitlyn, and I have never hung out. But I feel like we should just because we both love food. And it seems like we both love bourbon, which is the makings of a great friendship. You can catch her again on cooking with Caitlin tomorrow at three fifty five k r c coming up. We're going to be talking about one of the biggest news stories happening this week. That has gripped the nation. A headline that is kind of unbelievable. And we're gonna talk about how the state of Illinois is basically compliant.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"To Mark the birthday, George Garvin Brown and official lease on his birthday, September second, a total of one hundred twenty barrels distilled on June nine thousand six where marked for this year's birthday bourbon release. They were drawn from two locations. Ninety three barrels mature together on the third floor on the northwest side of warehouse j. the remaining twenty seven barrels mature together on the third floor northwest side warehouse. I the angels opted for hardy share of the two thousand eighteen birthday bourbon. The total yield was just thirty nine percent and five barrels were found to be totally empty. And the kind of to be totally empty. Kind of surprised me when I heard about that. It happens. Yeah, you know when we did that, that four roses pick for the bourbon considering easier just, you know, twelve years old forty, two bottles and the whole barrel. And that was what nine years, I think. So totally empties. Wonder who. Angels, rob, some there, somebody with a drill and. Down their pants, the heavy at bunghole investigation don't go there. This release is fifty point, five percent AB the highest AB to date for any release of this product. And this is the first birthday bourbon released to be bottled at the new old force or still in company in Louisville, historic whiskey row. Now, the color of this is a nice mahogany color and on the nose. First thing you notice right off the top was I noticed the the bananas and a little bit of Carmel. Some some o- some Honey, definitely a sweetness to it. I think that comes from the bananas. I wanted to say like a banana chip. You know who's on the palate scheming of full mouth feel as little pepper up front of the palette. And then a cleanness. Coach, your whole mouth got caramel going downhill. Honey, peppers spice. It was just a just a beautiful victory. Yeah, just a beautiful feeling your mouth and then then you got to the finish and it just just kept going just in not wanna quit. It's a, it's a great bourbon. I really enjoyed this. Beautiful, beautiful bourbon. Do you think more. Well, after that, it's hard to hard to add much to it, but I, I agree with Brent. Fabulous. Love the okay. Moving on. Then I love the beautiful color. And I what I find about this bourbon is that it's just got layers upon layers of flavor and the more you drink it. Then when you come back to it, the more different layers you find from the Burt Carmo too little notes of dark chocolate a little bit of cherry cobbler and baking spice. It's just I agree brand. It's got a fabulous mouth feel. It's it's interesting that it's different every year, but they're always, it's always a wonderful surprise and always really is a fantastic release. The big challenger negative drawback would be is if you can actually find a bottle because it's gotten harder and harder to find retail once upon a time, it was pretty easy. It was on the shelf everywhere and now that everybody's jumped on the bandwagon. Unfortunately, birthday burn has become much much harder to come by. That was one of the nice things about birthday bourbons. It was why every year you can always find that one, you know, hidden gem. Yeah. Yeah. Came out before most of the fall release? Yeah, came up before everybody else and it it. You know, the the crazy collectors didn't go in and scoop up every single bottle. So it was when I can. I always knew I can always, I can always get a birthday, you know that that that I know I'm good. I'm said, but unfortunately, this is the way of the world boys. Would you just? It's true. You can only count on death and taxes anymore. Can't count on finding the bottle of bourbon and I can probably just can on taxes at this point. So the knows in this one was so inviting. I couldn't wait to get into it. And once I did, I found bananas, raisins marzipan on the front cocoa nibs on the mid palate and it had a great body, a long spicy finish..

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"great bourbon" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Urban is made at the home of bourbon legends like e h taylor junior george t stagg alvin p blanton william larue weller not i don't know if any idea who these people are you know seriously trace doesn't elmer t lee which is a it's a tony kornheiser level bottle in terms of what it costs two hundred fifty dollars bourbon okay and so so i drank this the other night which thing well it was not a bourbon drink scotch is what i have consumed over the last fifteen years not a tremendous amount of it but i sit on the porch especially when it's raining as it has for the last three months and drink a little bit of scott this the buffalo trace which my wife threw down which my wanted down like it was cepa call and she she's just chugging this stuff eight tasted to me and i mean this is a compliment though won't sound is a compliment it tasted to me like pine and a good old baseball glove you know what had great votes from the would yeah depth to it i was a little bit surprised at the deli yeah body yeah because it's deeper than his plex yes so i mean i'm not i'm not the world's greatest doing this but i would certainly how how did you it just need all right so you haven't tried the second time i put an ice that you notice any difference the lightened a little bit but i don't typically do that have you had it i have not had this have you ever i don't drink wine cooler now here's the interesting finals in j yes great them old guys it's interesting actually that they're advertising with you because and you wouldn't know this and this is not being a regular consumer of it but you well let me say montgomery county where i live you almost cannot get it it really have you go to like the montgomery county you know montgomery county sold out or correct it's very difficult to get so here's some sources that that it says the hosts can use to educate themselves on bourbon great bourbon bars link which is www dot great bourbon dot com and there's all these i mean what am i supposed to say there's all of these links just for your information unlikely wanted to educate yourself before the god i can't swore track it i know i'm so old i cannot absorb anything new i can't that's it you're listening to the tony kornheiser show this is santos by jim bernstein and cedar rapids iowa says dear grandpa attached the tune from the new york city based group raised by tigers called going to be okay the bans fiddle player james letty is the boyfriend of my second child a feminine child and james his also native of oakdale long island alumnus of binghamton university while island girl from oakdale long island sally and i'm and she and i are both alums of binghamton university when i learned james the bearcat i asked if he knew who you are he did not so admonished him for not knowing the best known graduate of binghamton to what she took issue he says flow from progressive insurance yes i am to flow whoa is number one thing you're could name the actress who plays flow he could not i yeah therefore i think i made my point eat at flow all the best to you in the gang michael if people in raised by tigers or any other group want to get their music.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"I can go to great bourbon bars there there's to refine but isn't it like when you go to hawaiian you buy that awful shirt and you think i'll i'll wear this and then you don't like to really understand you made a really important film they're a million but do you really that you want to be away from me and martin and janet as we call each other you know that's a that's a really good question and and i'm i'm i'm going to have to test it i to have to go out there and see just how long i can last because they're from there right the road yeah buckeye my blood and my dad dayton moms from cincy he brought wine and i brought wine i brought beer from from downtown cincinnati this is from ot are one which is short for over the rhine and an ot are is the oldest historically preserved neighborhood in america my how nice art so i where do we even start hero high would drink okay this is why we have sean here because he's you know a stem cell obviously i'm a thousand years old what is getting me he's like nobody thinks your age and he's like mighty ducks that's all i remember and i was like all like like breakfast club is in first of all i went to usc acting school with led so the brat pack was let's review let's review audie estevez ally sheedy roblo remould judd nelson andrew mccarthy guest i listened to suppose honorary member yeah but that was a fucking thing man for people of my age like that was you the pratt bak was and how did that even start it was obviously take off the rat pack which was the frank sinatra yeah in truth i new york magazine was going to do a feature specifically on me and i i was embarrassed i thought you know i don't want all this attention so i said why don't they take the writer with me to the set to out with the guys and introduce him to everybody in an i'm going on sombo guy i'm not sort of like yeah it's all about me i i really thrive at an unstoppable film and samba environment where i can lean on people well the guy took that as an invitation to write about all of us right and the brat pack was born yeah well ironically you're like the least bradey of any person ever they have thank you what an okay can i just tell you one thing all right here's what i i fell in love with okay so my brother was a wrestler this is blush probably why why i'm a junior dyke because my brother used to practices wrestling moves on me i had to go to his wrestling matches i know how to do a half nelson what's the thing we do this thing and that thing what's that thing not that the half nelson this thing and then ate a wrestler movie it was paid a wrestling thirty two years ago i'm travis try to pay attention yes so i figured i was like wow you really did some research on on wrestling because when you took judd nelson down i was like oh he's a good move he really did a bug in a half nelson chicken john nelson actually looking a full now johnson announcing i was anyway i was like wow here really knows what he's doing he studied i think i just got lucky i was my brothers wrestling dummy i didn't wanna be but i was just like oh okay right that worked but what i so what was the experience of making all these films with these same people because you all obviously it's acting but you all seemed like really good friends and you actually famously your dad got a movie camera when you were a kid and you made movies with your brother charlie with roblo chad lowe wellesz sean ben and her spend we were all neighbors any talent or just a just random in fact if my mom actually saw some of those films much later and they were got awful and she said my god it's amazing any of you ever had a career they're off but you know when you're a young actor and you just go out on an addition somebody says yes you and you're you got the job i mean you're so grateful can you just so damn grateful to have the role in you know a lot of actors in you.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Because what happens is over the different seasons 'cause we actually have seasons down south so you got the the cold and the hot and in all that much great bourbon and and so in in the all bourbon is tennessee whiskey all it is is is moonshine this been poured into a charred oak barrel virgin barrel so they charge the inside of it and a wide oak and then you put the whiskey in there the corn liquor and and then you gotta plug it up and you let it set for three years or so or longer just end some of the stuff we've got going on for years but it sets there and what happens is over the different seasons in the temperatures and the and just divide rations and everything the liquor gets absorbed into the would most back out so you're getting the charcoal flavors and the color the komo color and such and then there's also sugars in the wood the natural sugars of the oak so you're getting sugars you're getting the charcoal and then you're getting the flavor of the corn this the whiskey on the moonshot i mean i did a another episode that i shot of this tv show was in kentucky right late last year at a at a call we'll know the the festival is called louder than life and it was the theme of it was also bourbon whiskey so they had distillers like jack daniels had a big walkthrough trailer which you could they showed the barrels and they cut the wood and half you could see the difference in the wood and the difference between i guess whiskey and bourbon and the the difference wing tennessee whiskey bourbon is tennessee whiskeys just charcoal filtered after the fact so you just run it through alumina charcoal filtering and but that's the only difference between bourbon and it's all bourbon which is just business a guy that was like a specialist in like you would live with a fine wine you know swirling it and tasting evaluating them there's i didn't realize it was is as big of a deal as it is to get the high end stuff the brown liquor has exploded over the last few years and in people finding in it's really cool because you know when i grew up where jack.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"I can't even talk about visas new one that i can't because the other guys in the group don't know about it is the most plan desk in whisky yeah arrangement i've ever is it yet this is it and it's all you know it's it's got to go all the back into the proof on this has got to be one thirty taste it's high proof but it's actually really such a little guy research in it's got a great bourbon let you know like honey enrile in peanuts and i i just i love i bet up so is this is is this so this is made at all at a house rice who basically enough to want our whiskies you can buy and he blends them together you know suit it's a wind blenders scotch blend her as a nobody goes berman blends fair and it's not legal to sell toilet gold own to drink considering drink it was driven some new that somebody else bottles ya um but yeah it's it's blake really so he's buying like casper stuff clearly yeah yeah next in mexico and be like i said and i think this one so my favorite bourbon usually is from company call will in the future the do these these excellent we call leaders and so they were all distilled april six nineteen ninety three and they're kind of release like twenty years twenty one years twenty two twenty three they just released the twenty six armed and the you know the so awaited bourbons makers marker instead of ride they replace it with wheat and on their insanely delicious and they've literally go on the secondary market for like as i saw one the other night that was thirty nine hundred bucks bottle um and uh.

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"great bourbon" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

01:46 min | 5 years ago

"great bourbon" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Late in there and won down why now into like i'm here to do and we have have so we i'm like this thing and it's sort of bad because everyone can keep that that's what was up in the around so i was i mean he goes on your funny okay so then i go on ben i felt great you get a good sign awesome set i thought you know people are last night i around a year berman with your big yeah i great bourbon our part oh fell grade the relief is donna just you know and people are coming up to me and i just fell great about it would yeah honest that's he just feel so good either goes learned that dal the stars there so largos she's so funny yeah i love laura so many and then del stars goes and he is signed and then brown and then jeff got us so jeff gets up so is beginning to begin says that and he first well yeah forget about and he's like you know why did tell me to get here up eight i did subban standing everett howard he's kind of like you know an off on her and you know and it kind to have an yeah i lived that he mad and you know please as during the show he doesn't right material if you can get up here and i just talk off the top year had you know he thinks of the ball shouldn't has not you're not good funnier enough money i'm just i right so he's just now he's just you know no saying that i not that i want to run you know how their has a very busy quite come he's like i said i hate that discusses the play as it's like i worked so hard and i'm like a by have is interesting is joy they her assignment stan upon the via today and she's like this that's the thing that stresses me out the most that i'm a perfectionist about because i yes like seventy four years old in doing for thirty five years she's like i need the whole our to to rock and that's the way i feel and so yes theres moments of improvisation.

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