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.
crazy day of Covid, almost every whiskey expo or festival has been
cancelled. Fred Minnick, who would normally be involved with all of
the largest whiskey related in person events, has been virtually
shut down by social distancing. Fred has come up with an amazing
technological solution to this problem, and in...
age of Covid we have to find ways to stay connected. The Facebook
whiskey group Someone Say Whiskey (Randall Sullivan host of BRT
helps Admin) has been trying to keep its community connected and
informed by bringing on brand ambassadors from iconic distilleries
around the world to educate while we drink their...
have ever had the opportunity to try a whiskey from the 60s, 70s,
80s, or 90s you have been blessed with a taste of history. You
would have no doubt noticed that the whiskey tastes very different
from the same producer's modern releases. This episode attempts to
shed some light on why. This is not an exhaustive...
in American whiskey caused an explosion of growth in the form of
new whiskey producers and new brands by old producers. Many of
these brands have unknown origins despite their prices being
extraordinarily high.This piece is an attempt at making sense of
the new brands market for consumers who have not