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Bourbon Real Talk®

Bourbon: Real Talk is a podcast where the host Randall Sullivan sits down with a guest over a drink and listens to their story. The purpose of the show is to used whiskey's connective nature to bring people together who might not have otherwise formed a relationship. We are building cultural bridges one drink at a time.

May 13, 2022

Yes, there is a lot, A LOT, to love about whiskey. It our favorite beverage on the planet after all. BUT, there are some things that we do not like. In fact, there are 5 things in particular that we HATE about whiskey.

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May 6, 2022

During my journey I have come across countless "myths" about alcohol and its impact on diets and health. In this episode we bring on Dr. J. Mack Slaughter. I have know Dr. Slaughter since he was about 15 years old. He was in a boy band that Lindsey did photography for. The band didn't last long, but J. Mack...

Apr 29, 2022

Have you ever wondered how much earth it takes to produce one bottle of whiskey? Well, we used to have that very same question. So we set out to get the answer, and there was only ONE place to go to find out - Frey Ranch Distillery. Colby and his family have been farming this slice of Nevada since before Nevada was a...

Apr 22, 2022

So we know that Van Winkle wheated bourbons have the same mashbill and are distilled at the same distillery as the Weller line. We know that the only differences are either proof, barrel selection, age, and of course - price. BUT. Do these products taste vastly different? Do the Van Winkle offerings taste superior to...

Apr 15, 2022

In this episode we set up Four Roses Master Distiller, Brent Elliott, in a blind tasting with 3 Four Roses offerings. One of them is from 1938. Can he pick it out?

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