more about: bourbon

Here’s The Biggest Bourbon Selection In Columbia, Soon The States?

Kristian Niemi might hail from Minneapolis, but his soul is Southern. Case in point: His restaurant, opening Monday, April 28, is named Bourbon, is located on Columbia, South Carolina’s now-bustling Main Street, and boasts the largest bourbon selection in Columbia. Kristian is ambitious — he aims to grow the selection to be one of the largest in the U.S.

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Pappy & Co: A Line of Dry Goods from the Legendary Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon

The fabled bourbon, Pappy Van Winkle, is finally available for the masses… sort of. Get your hands on some Pappy property with the launch of their line of dry goods, Pappy & Co., October 19. Men’s and women’s T-shirts feature the company’s slogan, “always fine bourbon,” and rocks glass sets, koozies and shatterproof (as they should be) “Pappy Hour” cups […]

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SL Hot List: Books, Bourbon, and Ben Folds Five

It’s time to get your lowdown on all the must-know news pouring out of our region this week. With Ben Folds Five’s album, National Bourbon Heritage Month, a Southern Living yard sale, and festivals galore, we bet you’ll keep busy!

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3 Autumn Cocktails to Drink Now

Much of the South is still sweltering, but now that August is in the rear view mirror I can’t help but dream of knee socks and boots, cashmere cardigans, and cocktails with a bit more clout. Which is why I’m particularly smitten with my new neighborhood watering hole in Austin, Drink.well.

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3 New Bourbon Cocktails for Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is almost here, and we’d like to make a toast your hard work with a tasty bourbon cocktail. In the September issue of Southern Living, we show you how to upgrade a so-so bourbon into a top-shelf indulgence by infusing it with the All-American flavor of apple pie.

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Atlanta Food & Wine Festival 2012

It's hard to believe the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is just in its second year (May 10-13). The name already feels like a household staple in the world of food festivals, and the lineup of chefs and events go way beyond what you'd expect to find on a sophomore's schedule. The focus at Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is entirely Southern—it's all […]

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An Afternoon with Maker’s Mark

I have loved bourbon since I had my first taste of it in a mint julep one of my first weeks working at Southern Living. The Southern classic reminded me of the mojitos I was used to drinking in Miami, except better. I did not realize the better was the bourbon until I had the stuff straight up at the […]

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Do Plants Matter?

My teenage son, who gets straight-A’s, got a B on his Biology exam. Why? He missed all the plant questions. I should outraged, but I’m not. I think it’s because my wife gave me some very good bourbon for Christmas. I’m going to use it as a teaching tool.

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