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Washington D.C. Bars And Cigars

Rosemary and I recently spent a few days in our capital city and explored some of the great bars and cigar shops during our visit. It is a great city for both of these pleasures. We stayed at the Mayflower... Continue Reading →

A Day At Mount Vernon

This is the 200th post on bourbonveach.com! Rosemary and I spent a day with Steve Bashore, the Distiller at Mount Vernon while we were visiting Washington D.C. It was Rosemary’s birthday and we wanted to do a special distillery trip... Continue Reading →

Life At Eight Miles Per Hour On the Mississippi River

Last November Rosemary received a “Black Friday” offer from the American Queen Steamboat Company that was a “two for one” price on a cruise from New Orleans to Memphis. The American Duchess, the newest boat for the American Queen Steamboat... Continue Reading →

Planning Bourbon Staff Training Trip To Bourbon Country

I was recently hired to accompany group of people from an out of town bar while they were in Kentucky to learn more about Bourbon. It was a fun couple of days and I feel they did learn quite a... Continue Reading →

The London Bourbon And Cigar Scene

My birthday is November 5th, Guy Fawkes or Bonfire day in England. Spending my birthday in London has been on my bucket list of things to do for years and this year Rosemary gifted me that for my birthday. Best... Continue Reading →

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