I am very pleased to announce that I will be hosting a bourbon tasting in South Lyon Michigan on Thursday, October 28th starting at 7 p.m. in the evening. There will be limited seating so be sure to get your tickets early. For complete information, please email info@bourbonfool.com and I will send you all of the details.

Why sign up for a curated bourbon tasting? During my presentations, I provide honest information that you can use to expand your bourbon knowledge. A lot of tastings are now being presented by representatives of specific whiskey brands. Many of those people are knowledgeable about the brands they represent, but it is highly unlikely that you will be told about any outstanding spirits that their competitors produce. Also, I try to present the real history of bourbon and help you separate facts from marketing hype.

The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

This is a great opportunity to know the hows and whys of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Which distilleries are a must-visit and which ones can probably wait until later? I can explain how to schedule your visit and the travel involved between locations. Find out the differences between the three primary distillery areas: Bardstown, Louisville, and Lexington Kentucky.

Helpful bourbon information

If you want to know what is the best bourbon to buy today, I will tell you. Understand why you cannot find your favorite bottles and hear how to hunt down some hard-to-find labels. There are real advantages in attending a bourbon tasting that is not tied to one company, one brand, or even a family of brands. Sign up for a curated bourbon tasting today to find out why.

Interested in a private bourbon presentation?

Please send an Email to info@bourbonfool.com to discuss scheduling a private bourbon event. Presentations can be done for corporations, clubs, or just family and friends. Locations can be private homes, meeting rooms, restaurants, and even boats.

This weeks bourbon video review

Take a look here at What’s New At Charlie’s this week. We sample two whiskey’s with the exact same mash bill. In fact, it is the same mash bill as the George Dickel Bottled in Bond that we continue to rave about. Find out why they taste so different by watching the VIDEO HERE!