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Bourbon

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Elevate your next pour with these bar cart essentials, curated by Fieldshop by Garden & Gun

Drinks

The Listening Room in Nashville brings back live music and hot drinks to warm up Music City

Food & Drink

Add these accessories to your own collection—or give as gifts to your favorite bourbon lover

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A seasonal cocktail inspired by a classic Southern dessert

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Three Kentucky entrepreneurs introduce a booze-free mixer for your bourbon cocktails

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A DIY take on Kentucky’s signature sip

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A century since Prohibition, Hartfield & Co. remains the first and only distillery operating in bourbon’s namesake county

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G&G readers weigh in on their favorite everyday and splurge whiskeys

The Goods

Celebrate National Bourbon Heritage Month with these brown-water bells and whistles

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A celebratory sipper from Joe Stinchcomb of Saint Leo Lounge in Oxford, Mississippi

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To some, giving bourbons a second soak in oak is blasphemy. Others just want a second sip of the tasty results. Master taster Peggy Noe Stevens weighs in on the trend that’s pushing bourbon’s boundaries, and recommends three bottles to try

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Bourbon wars, Derby nerves,
and Bluegrass shade

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A bourbon-and-coffee cocktail from the newly-opened Saint Leo Lounge in Oxford, Mississippi

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Bring a splash of bubbly to the party with this cocktail’s key ingredient: champagne syrup

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Leading up to the Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports, celebrate Mint Julep Month with Garden & Gun and Maker’s Mark

Food & Drink

Your new secret ingredient: a liqueur made by monks that is also available at your local grocery store

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A spoonful of blueberry jam and an extra herb in the muddle help this julep go down

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Tart up your julep with a splash of blackberry sauce and a squeeze of lemon

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The morning sipper of choice in New Orleans, with your pick of bourbon or brandy

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Four barrels, two hurricanes, and one epic yearlong voyage: Two weeks ago, the first leg of Jefferson’s Journey ended with a tasting in Kentucky