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  • Woodford Reserve® Bitters Dram Set (5-Pack) - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Woodford Reserve® Bitters Dram Set | 5-pack

    Collect all five outstanding Woodford Reserve® Bitters flavors with this combination 10-ml dram set. The combination set comes in a sleek, stylish gift box and is a perfect introduction to all of the Woodford Reserve® Bitters flavors. Spice up your classic manhattans and old fashioneds with a dash of the range of flavors, enhanced with their bourbon barrel aging techniques. The set makes for an ideal gift for the home mixologist in your life or for the amateur that is looking to expand their personal collection. Each big Bourbon Barrel Food flavor is made in small batches and tested at the Woodford Reserve® distillery room. All five of the Woodford Reserve® Bitters are effortlessly handy and easy to use with the convenient drip dram topper that lets you use as little or as much as you want. Make the perfect cocktails or baked goods, or add a drop to a tall glass of seltzer water with these endlessly versatile flavors. This set includes Woodford Reserve® Chocolate Bitters, Woodford Reserve® Orange Bitters, Woodford Reserve® Aromatic Bitters, Woodford Reserve® Sassafras and Sorghum Bitters, and Woodford Reserve® Spiced Cherry Bitters. This package will certainly be complete with Bourbon Barrel Aged Coffee. It makes for the perfect gift for the bourbon lover in your life. The Orange Bitters hold oak tones and bitterness from gentian roots. The Aromatic Bitters pull out the essential flavors from your favorite cocktails. The Sassafras and Sorghum Bitters add a sweet and earthy taste that brightens up any libation. The Spiced Cherry Bitters include distinct cherry notes with undertones of spice—ideal for a Spiced Cherry Manhattan.

  • Bourbon Smoked Spices

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Spices - Miniature Trial Set

    Bourbon Barrel Foods handpicks and locally sources gourmet spices, then smokes them low and slow with the wood of broken down bourbon barrels. Founder of Bourbon Barrel Foods, Matt Jamie — America’s only micro-brewed soy maker and gourmet spice company owner tells his story through his love of cuisine in his Eat Your Bourbon Cookbook. This will tell you more about Bourbon Barrel Foods.With the Miniature Trial Gift Set, you'll experience the full range of Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Spice Blend collection. Sample them all to find out which blend you love the most, but you probably won’t be able to pick a favorite from this lineup of spices. The set of six includes Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder, Bourbon Smoked Citrus Pepper, Bourbon Smoked Garlic Salt, Bourbon Smoked Togarashi, Bourbon Smoked Sugar and Bourbon Smoked Chef’s Blend. Each of these are developed to be used on a range of dishes from meats, to seafood, to vegetables, and even on the rim of a killer bloody mary. The acidity of the Bourbon Smoked Citrus Pepper spice is ideal for salmon while the Bourbon Smoked Garlic Salt brightens shrimp to lay atop grits or wrap into a taco. The Bourbon Smoked Togarashi pairs well with beef and the Bourbon Smoked Sugar sweetens up any ribs it is rubbed on.

  • Bourbon Barrel Aged Madagascar Vanilla Extract - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Barrel Aged Madagascar Vanilla Extract

    Try Bourbon Barrel Aged Madagascar Vanilla Extract from Bourbon Barrel Foods for all baking needs. The vanilla extract is aged in bourbon barrels that are directly from Kentucky’s best distilleries. Aging in the white oak barrels results in a flavor that is rich, sweet, and aromatic in vanilla with a hint of bourbon. The best part is that it reflects some Southern heritage and charm of the Bluegrass State.  Bourbon Barrel Aged Madagascar Vanilla Extract is a great addition to your baking shelf’s ingredients. Use it to liven up the classic pecan pie with a rich vanilla to compliment the savory pecans. Don’t forget to add some whipped cream to pies and desserts. This vanilla extract will add a hint of bourbon to the fluffy treat to make a delectable topping for anything.  Or, just eat it off the spoon…yummy! Put a dash into the holiday eggnog to sip and get a taste of Kentucky’s bourbons. Bourbon Barrel Aged Madagascar Vanilla Extract from Bourbon Barrel Foods is one of many products they create that makes a great gift. All items are handmade in Louisville, Kentucky, and infuse bourbon essence in some way. Why? Because Bourbon Barrel Foods wants you to be able to “Eat Your Bourbon.” Take the spirits drink out of the glass and put it onto your plate with the famous Bluegrass Soy Sauce and Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt. Or, read recipes from the “Eat Your Bourbon” cookbook where owner Matt Jamie shares some of his favorite ideas from breakfast to dessert to drinks. 

  • Bourbon Barrel Aged Coffee - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Barrel Aged Coffee

    Bourbon Barrel Aged Coffee is a medium roast made with Safai Coffee Company’s 100-percent Arabica beans. These beans are flame-roasted and aged in a bourbon barrel once used for making Kentucky bourbon. During this process, the beans absorb flavor from the wooden barrel that held bourbon at one point in time. Each batch of the coffee beans prepared is ground and tested to ensure that the product is given the perfect roast and aging time. The result is a whole bean coffee with notes of deep chocolate, caramel, and bourbon. While there's no alcohol content, the rich, charred oak lends flavors of the South’s favorite dark spirit.Bourbon Barrel Foods’ Bourbon Barrel Aged Coffee makes for the perfect gift especially when it combines with Whiskey Tasting Set for the bourbon lover in your life. It is the ideal bean to grind for sipping each morning, or to set aside for special occasions or to use in spiked Irish coffee. The profile is loaded with flavor and has no need for any cream or sugar. Bourbon Barrel Foods produces a large collection of all-natural, award winning gourmet foods that embrace the history and mystique of Kentucky’s Bourbon Country. All of their items are handcrafted in small batches in Louisville, Kentucky. They use reclaimed barrels straight from Kentucky’s finest bourbon distilleries as both a smoking and aging agent. With the popularity of bourbon continuing to increase, Bourbon Barrel Foods has championed the idea of combining the Kentucky Bourbon Industry with the local food movement. Their popular “EAT YOUR BOURBON” slogan embodies this idea and has catapulted many of their products to the forefront of the culinary scene.

  • Eat Your Bourbon Cookbook

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Eat Your Bourbon Cookbook

    Founder of Bourbon Barrel Foods, Matt Jamie — America’s only micro-brewed soy maker and gourmet spice company owner tells his story through his love of cuisine in his “Eat Your Bourbon” hardcover cookbook. Learn how this not-so-Southern chef went from being a stay-at-home dad to selling his bourbon barrel aged soy sauce to Japan. Matt gives insight into his company Bourbon Barrel Foods, mingles with award-winning chefs, and shares his range of recipes using his handcrafted products. His company mantra, “Eat Your Bourbon” integrates cuisine from his travels abroad with the comforting flavors reminiscent of the Bluegrass state. Organized by courses, with a distinct bourbon flair, the mouthwatering recipes are easy for a cook with any skill level to replicate. Eat Your Bourbon is a beautifully designed and colorfully photographed must-have cookbook that celebrates the unique range of Kentucky’s Bourbon Country. From starters, to desserts, to — of course — drinks, Matt Jamie makes eating your own bourbon easy. The book includes a variety of ways to use the infamous Bourbon Barrel Food products including Bourbon Smoked Spices, as well as ways to integrate the most Southern of liquors. Bourbon Barrel Foods has a large collection of gourmet foods that embrace the history of Kentucky’s Bourbon Country. All of their items are handcrafted in small batches in Louisville, Kentucky. They use reclaimed barrels straight from Kentucky’s finest bourbon distilleries as a smoking and aging agent. Their popular “EAT YOUR BOURBON” slogan embodies this idea and has catapulted many of their products to the forefront of the culinary scene.

  • Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt

    Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt from Bourbon Barrel Foods is a tasty way to add a smoky, bourbon flavor to all foods. The sea salt is solar-evaporated and domestically harvested from the Pacific Ocean resulting in large, pure salt crystals. The crystals are then sent to Louisville, Kentucky. There they slowly smoke the salt by hand by using repurposed white oak bourbon barrels that aged some of Kentucky’s finest bourbons. This lengthy process is well worth the wait for a sea salt that’s versatile for all foods.  Available in three sizes: 0.5-ounce Miniature Tin 5-ounce Tin 18-ounce Food Service Container Use Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt for all of your meats. From steaks to chicken, your meat will have rich, intriguing flavors of bourbon, smoke, and brine. You can even use it in dessert recipes. Add a sprinkle to gooey chocolate chip cookies for the perfect salty-sweet combination. Or, use the sea salt in a caramel sauce for a butterscotch flavor with an unexpected bourbon edge. Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt is a great gift for the cooks and grillers you know. Matt Jamie, the founder of Bourbon Barrel Foods, has the motto, “Eat Your Bourbon!” Find inspiration for ways to use the sea salt in recipes from the Bourbon Barrel Foods “Eat Your Bourbon” cookbook, and file some away to become new family favorites. From cocktails to sides to meals, Jamie has all the bourbon you will need. Experience Kentucky’s signature bourbon notes right in your food. Try the Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt with the company’s other spice-driven products, such as Bourbon Smoked Chili powder, to create the ultimate spice blend.

  • Bourbon Smoked Chefs Blend

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Chef's Blend

    Bourbon Smoked Chef’s Blend from Bourbon Barrel Foods is a blend that combines salty, sweet, and aromatic spices for a complex, flavorful ingredient that stands out from the rest. The combination includes sea salt, quarter-cracked pepper, and paprika that has been slow-smoked over white oak bourbon barrel staves. That mixture is then taken a step further by infusing some of the finest demerara sugar, garlic, and parsley for the ultimate savory-sweet balance.  Bourbon Smoked Chef’s Blend goes great with just about anything. Put it on fresh seasonal vegetables for a level of complexity and spice. Or, use it as a rub for beef, pork, poultry, and seafood for a smoky aroma that will enhance the grill taste. Make the blend your go-to spice for grilling, roasting, and pan-frying. If you love the Bourbon Smoked Chef’s Blend, sample all the spices Bourbon Barrel Foods has to offer through their Bourbon Smoked Spices-Miniature Trial Set. This set allows for you to taste the full collection of bourbon-smoked spices. Discover which blend is your favorite—if you don’t fall in love with them all! This six spice set includes bourbon smoked chili powder, citrus pepper, garlic salt, togarashi, sugar, and the Chef’s Blend. Each one brings pleasant spice to dishes ranging from meats to seafood to vegetables–you can even try rimming it onto a glass for a killer bloody mary. All of Bourbon Barrel Foods' collection is made in Louisville, Kentucky with a mission to use bourbon in various ways so you can “Eat Your Bourbon.”

  • Bourbon Barrel Aged Vegetarian Worcestershire Sauce

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce

    Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire gets its unique blend from mixing sorghum for sweetness with limestone spring water from Kentucky. The sauce absorbs the barrel flavor that was once used to age the finest Kentucky bourbons. Explore the flavors of exotic spice, umami, and oak in each drop. Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire is all natural and vegetarian. The subtle yet exceptional flavor is great for marinades, sauces, or even by itself.  Add some flare to a classic burger that will make your mouth water with the taste of smokey oak. Bloody marys will have a bitter-sweet surprise in every sip. Marinade any meats in the sauce for flavorful smoke and exotic taste. Or simply top your eggs with some Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce to get the kick needed to start the day. Before Bourbon Aged Worcestershire Sauce, Bourbon Barrel Foods owner Matt Jamie went through several experiments to find the right barrels to start bringing bourbon to the plate. Read his story and try must-have recipes from his cookbook “Eat Your Bourbon.” Recipes from drink, appetizers, and desserts for all levels of chefs using an assortment of Bourbon Barrel Food’ products to get the classic smokey bourbon flavor that will have guests asking for more. Food collections are handcrafted in Louisville, Kentucky, so you can take the Bluegrass State flavor wherever you go. Try soy sauce, spices, snacks, and more. Find an assortment of gourmet foods and cocktails at Bourbon Barrel Foods on the Local Palate Marketplace.

  • Barrel Aged & Bourbon Smoked Bloody Mary Mix - The Local Palate Marketplace℠

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Barrel Aged & Bourbon Smoked Bloody Mary Mix

    Jazz up the classic bloody mary cocktail with this bloody mary mix from Bourbon Barrel Foods. Get a smoky, savory taste like no other. This mix is handcrafted with tomato juice, their vegetarian Bourbon Barrel-Aged Worcestershire Sauce, bourbon-smoked spices, a dash of hot sauce, horseradish, and cold-pressed lemon and lime juices for a fresh citrus tang. The delicious combination is then aged in white oak barrels directly repurposed from Kentucky distilleries to infuse smoke and bourbon flavors for the ultimate bloody mary mix. Refresh your palate from fruity cocktails and intense liquors for a cocktail that will hit just right. Beyond the bourbon aged and smoked bloody mary mix, Bourbon Barrel Foods proves why Kentucky is Bourbon Country with its gourmet collection of infusing bourbon in everything. Why? Owner Matt Jamie wanted to bring Kentucky’s famous bourbon industry to the plate. That’s why the company’s initiative is “Eat Your Bourbon.” It all started with Jamie teaching himself how to make a soy sauce that was unique to represent the Bluegrass State. After several trial and errors, he found that aging his recipe in barrels recently used in distilleries created bourbon flavors of smoke and oak for an unmatched sauce. Bluegrass Soy Sauce put Bourbon Barrel Foods on the map. Since then, Bourbon Barrel Foods has put bourbon in all their products in some way, shape, or form. Their Barrel Aged & Bourbon Smoked Bloody Mary Mix is no exception. While you sip your bloody mary, sip on some of the best bourbon flavors Kentucky has to offer.  

  • Bourbon Smoked Pepper

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Pepper

    Use Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Pepper as your main seasoning for meats. The pepper is made from quarter cracked Malabar pepper. It’s slowly smoked using old barrel staves–wooden planks of the barrel–that once aged some of Kentucky’s best bourbons. This packs flavors of smoke and bourbon. You will be entranced by the aroma upon opening the tin. The heavenly mix creates a taste that’s pungent, biting, and mouthwatering. The pepper grounds are easy to grind if less texture is wanted. Bourbon Barrel Foods loves the pepper so much that they added it to their Bourbon Smoked Pepper Bacon. Mix the Bourbon Smoked Pepper into your hamburger meat. Heat from the grill takes it to the next level and releases more of the smokiness of the pepper and infuses it into the meat. Soon, you’ll have the best burgers on the street. Try rubbing or encrusting the streak with it to have a hint of bourbon and smoke in each bite. Or, grind some on top of your eggs for an extra kick to start the day.  Bourbon Smoked Pepper is one of many gourmet items that Bourbon Barrel Food makes. The company was created all because a man wanted to make his own soy sauce that had his favorite things: bourbon and Kentucky pride. Bourbon Barrel Foods owner and creator Matt Jamie created the famous Bluegrass Soy Sauce by directly reclaiming barrels from Kentucky's finest bourbon distilleries to repurpose them as a smoking and aging agent. Jamie went on to use this method in all Bourbon Barrel Foods products as a part of their mission so you can “Eat Your Bourbon.”

  • Bourbon Smoked Sugar

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Sugar

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Sugar is bourbon smoked, easy to use, and an extremely flavorful version of all the sugar goodness you already know and love.

  • Kentuckyaki Sauce

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Kentuckyaki™

    Try Bourbon Barrel Foods Kentuckyaki–teriyaki sauce made Kentucky style and flare. Shake up marinades and dipping sauces with this all-natural sweetened sauce that’ll have your tastebuds dancing. This delicious sauce achieves the salty teriyaki flavor with less sodium than other teriyaki brands. Natural sweetness from Kentucky-grown sorghum balances the fresh garlic, ginger, and, of course, bourbon, courtesy of the bluegrass state.  Marinate all kinds of meats. From beef to salmon, Bourbon Barrel Foods Kentuckyaki will add bold, earthy flavors to your dinner. Use it as a condiment to top your stir-fried vegetables or to dip sushi into for a combined bite of teriyaki and bourbon. The not-so-subtle taste of Bourbon Barrel Foods Kentuckyaki will certainly shake up your meals. Beyond the Kentuckyaki, Bourbon Barrel Foods has an expansive selection of gourmet foods and products that showcase Kentucky’s history as the world-renowned Bourbon Country. All items are made in small batches in Louisville, Kentucky. They use white oak barrels right after being used to age bourbon in some of Kentucky’s finest distilleries. These repurposed barrels act as a smoking agent.  Aging products in these barrels up to a year or more adds a unique smoky, oaky flavor signature to the spirit. The best part is that you can taste some of Kentucky’s best bourbon while you eat. They proudly claim that you can “Eat Your Bourbon!” Give Bourbon Barrel Foods Kentuckyaki or other products as a gift to a friend or family member. Embrace some classic Kentucky bourbons into your food.

  • Bourbon Smoked Spice Snack Mix

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Spice Snack Mix

    Bourbon Smoked Spice Snack Mix made by Bourbon Barrel Foods is a tasty, flavor packed variety snack with honey roasted peanuts, pretzels, sesame and corn sticks, crackers, and chips seasoned with Bourbon Smoked Spice. The spice has flavors of bourbon and smoke infused by reclaimed white oak barrels from Kentucky distilleries. The Bourbon Smoked Spice Snack Mix meets all your snack needs with this crunchy, savory, and smoky combination. It’s a snack mix that is a delicious treat for your everyday snacking and parties, if it lasts that long. All Bourbon Barrel Foods products, including the Bourbon Spice Snack Mix, are made in Louisville, Kentucky, the home of bourbon country. All items are made using the same, unique method designed by Bourbon Barrel Foods founder and owner Matt Jamie. As mentioned before, they repurpose barrels directly from some of the finest distilleries in Kentucky as a smoking and aging agent. This long process is well worth the wait for the added flavors of bourbons that were once in the white oak barrels alongside hints of smoke and oak. Why do all this? Because Matt Jamie wants you, as said in their slogan, to be able to “Eat Your Bourbon.” Jamie is passionate about taking the classic liquor out of the glass and bringing it to the plate. So much so that he wrote the cookbook Eat Your Bourbon (Culinary Publishing). Read about his journey with bourbon and try some of his favorite recipes. There is a wide array of options to choose from, such as breakfast, sides, desserts, and drinks all using bourbon in some way.

  • Bourbon Smoked Garlic Salt

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Garlic Salt

    Bourbon Smoked Garlic Salt from Bourbon Barrel Foods is an extremely flavorful version of a classic spice blend. The salt is handmade in Louisville, Kentucky by slowly smoking a blend of large salt crystals, garlic, fennel, and orange peels over white oak bourbon barrel staves. The salt crystals absorb the dynamic flavors of the barrels that once held the best Kentucky bourbons, creating complex tastes that are contrasted by the aroma of the garlic and light, refreshing orange peels. Bourbon Smoked Garlic Salt works as a great finishing seasoning and is perfect for slow-cookers and Crockpots to bring out the most of the blend. The Bourbon Smoked Garlic Salt is a part of the six piece set in the Bourbon Smoked Spices-Miniature Trial Set. Sample the best of the Bourbon Smoked Spice Blend collection and find your favorite smoked spice. Alongside the garlic salt is Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder, Bourbon Smoked Citrus Pepper, Bourbon Smoked Togarashi, Bourbon Smoked Sugar, and Bourbon Smoked Chef’s Blend. These ideas of using the delicious spirit comes from Bourbon Barrel Foods owner and founder Matt Jamie. It all began with him making their signature Bluegrass Soy Sauce out of his home. Now, he has created a cookbook, Eat Your Bourbon (Culinary Publishing, 2018), where Jamie shares his favorite recipes that use bourbon in some way. Read about his journey with bourbon and try recipes that will have you eating the spirit all day. Find all kinds of gifts for families and friends that meet their cooking needs from Bourbon Barrel Foods.

  • Bourbon Smoked Snack Mix

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Snack Trio

    Try some of Bourbon Barrel Foods most popular snacks in the Bourbon Smoked Snack Trio. The Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt and Pepper Peanuts has the classic, salty peanut taste with a bourbon twist of smoke and oak that makes your mouth water. The Bourbon Smoked Spiced Snack Mix is an assortment of peanuts, pretzels, sesame and corn sticks, crackers, and chips that have been seasoned with their signature Bourbon Smoked Spice. Turn up the heat in this trio with the Bourbon Smoked Chili Peanuts using domestically grown red chili peppers and large Virginia peanuts. The Bourbon Smoked Snack Trio is fantastic for parties and pairs well with bourbons and cocktails…if you don’t eat it all first.  All Bourbon Barrel Foods items, including the Bourbon Smoked Snack Trio, are made in small batches in Louisville, Kentucky. They have a variety of all-natural, award-winning gourmet foods that showcase the history of Kentucky in the spirits industry and prove why Kentucky is Bourbon Country.  Bourbon Barrel Foods owner and creator Matt Jamie came up with the unique method of reclaiming barrels from the Bluegrass State's finest bourbon distilleries and repurpose them as a smoking and aging agent. This creates a dimension of flavors to where you can sample some of Kentucky’s best bourbons and can’t be replicated using any other method. Starting as a soy sauce microbrewery, Bourbon Barrel Foods mission is to help you, in their words, “Eat Your Bourbon.” With the spirit’s delicious flavor, they’re in the exciting position to use bourbon in anything and everything, taking the drink beyond the glass. 

  • Henry Bain Sauce Original Pendennis Club

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Henry Bain’s Original Pendennis Club Sauce

    Henry Bain’s Famous Sauce from Bourbon Barrel Foods earns fame for its rich, tangy flavor. The sauce includes tomato sauce, vinegar, sweet chutney, and pickled walnuts. Originally intended for beef dishes, Henry Bain’s famous sauce quickly became used as barbecue (per our style) sauce for meatloaf and more. It’s perfect to add a spark of flavor to any meat to add a spark of flavor.  The acidity of the vinegar and pickled walnuts add a pleasant tang balanced by the sweet chutney. The combination makes an outstanding flare for appetizers. Top cream cheese with Henry Bain’s Famous Sauce for a yummy cracker dip. Or, add a twist  and make Creole cream cheese to spread on your bread for a delicious breakfast or dinner roll. Bourbon Barrel Foods’ Henry Bain’s Famous Sauce was first served at the Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky for over 100 years. Henry Bain started working at this prestigious club in 1881 as the elevator boy and soon became the head maître d’. He was liked by alland made impressions on the members with his wonderful manners and well-rounded personality. Bain had a wide knowledge of wines and meats that helped meals meet the palates of the club’s members. Dedicated his life to serving the Pendennis Club.  During his forty years at the establishment, he created this legendary sauce to accompany steaks and local game. This delicious condiment is a small selection of African-American recipes directly tied to its creator. The recipe for Henry Bain’s famous sauce was exclusively served at the club around 2015. Buy a bottle and add a taste of sophistication to your meals.

  •  Bourbon Blueberry Cardamom Jam

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Blueberry Bourbon & Cardamom Jam

    The Blueberry Bourbon & Cardamom Jam from Bourbon Barrel Foods is made using premium organic blueberries grown by Brushcreek Berries in Kentucky. The bourbon with the cardamom spice compliments the fresh blueberry for a sweet treat to spread on toast, biscuits, and pancakes. Blueberry Bourbon & Cardamom Jam is all natural, and the first ingredient lists fruit—not sugar. No preservative or high fructose corn syrup so you can enjoy natural blueberries in every bite.  Go beyond breakfast with Bourbon Barrel Foods Blueberry Bourbon & Cardamom Jam. Use it for charcuterie boards, cheese trays, cheesecake topping, even mix it in a cocktail! Add a nice spice and sweetness to the classic blueberry muffin. Make unique jam bars with the hint of classic Kentucky bourbon and cardamom that will become a dessert favorite.  The jam comes from the Bourbon Barrel Foods partnership with Joyce and Charlie Pinson of Friends Drift Inn in Pikeville, Kentucky to bring a delicious jam to your table. Friends Drift Inn is a family business on a mission of  “Growing a Good Life in Appalachia.”  The farm’s name comes from Joyce Pinson’s grandparents' diner where they grew their own vegetables and orchard to use fresh ingredients in their food. The diner was sadly closed in the 1960s. But Pinson is following their mission of good food and sharing the Appalachian spirit with Friends Drift Inn. The Pinsons run a twelve-acre farm growing organic food that will bring friends and families together. Try Bourbon Barrel Foods Black Raspberry Jam along with the Blueberry Bourbon & Cardamom Jam from Friends Drift Inn.

  • Bourbon Smoked Pecans

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Pecans

    Try Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Pecans. These pecans are loaded with the flavor of sweet, savory, and a hint of spice. The natural sweetness of the nut is complemented by the seasoning of Bourbon Smoked Sea Salt, Bourbon Smoked Pepper, Bourbon Smoked Paprika, and Bourbon Smoked Chef’s Blend. These are wonderful as a grab-and-go snack or for cooking. Be bold in using Bourbon Smoked Pecans. Add them to cheese tray and charcuterie boards to weave bourbon flavors of smoke and oak alongside aromatic cheeses and wines. Use them in salads for a pleasant crunch and rich nuttiness to contrast tangy vinaigrettes. Try baking the smoked pecans in breads that will intensify the spices and bourbon taste for a loaf that can’t be beat. And, with bourbon in the name, enjoy snacking on them alongside your favorite bourbon cocktails. Buy a bag, dig in, and enjoy Bourbon Smoked Pecans that take pecans to a whole new level.  Bourbon Smoked Pecans and other Bourbon Barrel Foods items are made in Louisville, Kentucky. Why so much bourbon-talk you ask? Owner and founder Matt Jamie loves the spirit so much that he wanted to make it more than a drink, and he came up with an unparalleled method to accomplish it: The company repurpose white oak barrels from the finest distilleries in Kentucky to use as a smoking and aging agent. This process is well worth the wait for the added delicious flavors of bourbons and smoke. Try other ways the essence of bourbon is used in the signature Bluegrass Soy Sauce, Bourbon Smoked Pepper Bacon, and so much more!

  • Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup

    The Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup is the perfect topping for pancakes and french toast. This certified-organic syrup is made in Louisville, Kentucky, aged in white oak barrels that once held the finest Kentucky bourbons. The process of aging the syrup in these barrels matures the maple syrup flavor adding a unique smoky, white oak taste to complement with the maple for a sweet treat.  Take Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup beyond the breakfast table. Mix it in cocktails or an old fashioned for a complex drink with a sweet note. Or, top your ice cream with it to put a twist on the classic ice cream sundae with some of the bluegrass states’ best flavors. We wouldn’t judge if you ate it right off the spoon. This syrup is one of many products a part of Bourbon Barrel Foods’ “Eat Your Bourbon” initiative. Owner Matt Jamie started out of his home on a mission to make soy sauce that would stand out from the rest. Bourbon and bourbon barrels were his answer creating the world famous Bluegrass Soy Sauce. Passionate about making bourbon more than a drink, he began to make dishes that infuse and use bourbon in all kinds of ways, which led him to create Bourbon Barrel Foods. For breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you can have the essence of the drink all day long and finish with a glass of bourbon. Try making these recipes yourself from Jamie’s “Eat Your Bourbon” cookbook that suggests dishes and drinks that use various Bourbon Barrel Foods products.

  • Black Raspberry Jam

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Black Raspberry Jam

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Black Raspberry Jam is jam-packed with flavors of sweetness and fruit. This is made with simple ingredients: hand-picked black raspberries from Friends Drift Inn, sugar, lemon juice, and a hint of vanilla extract. This jam is great for breakfast foods like pancakes, toast, and biscuits. Use it in desserts as a topping for cheesecake, ice cream, and other pastries. The Black Raspberry Jam comes from Bourbon Barrel Foods partnering with Joyce and Charlie Pinson of Friends Drift Inn in Pikeville, Kentucky, to bring a delicious spread to your table. Friends Drift Inn is a family business on the mission of  “Growing a Good Life in Appalachia” with their organic products. The farm’s name comes from Joyce Pinson’s grandparents' diner where they believed in growing their own vegetables and orchards to use fresh ingredients in their food. Though closed in the 1960s, Pinson is continuing her grandparents mission of good food and sharing the Appalachian spirit with Friends Drift Inn. The Pinsons run a twelve-acre farm that grows organic food that brings friends and families together. Be sure to also try Bourbon Barrel Foods Blueberry Bourbon & Cardamom Jam, also from Friends Drift Inn.  Bourbon Barrel has a wide selection of gourmet products that work as gifts for all the chefs, grillers, and bakers you know. Try the famous Bluegrass Soy Sauce, mouthwatering Bourbon Smoked Pepper Bacon, or the aromatic Bourbon Barrel Aged Madagascar Vanilla Extract. All items have bourbon infused in some way, so you can taste some of the finest bourbons Kentucky distilleries have to offer.

  • Bourbon Barrel Foods Hot & Spicy Kentuckyaki™

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Barrel Foods Hot & Spicy Kentuckyaki™

    Turn up the heat with Bourbon Barrel Foods Hot & Spicy Kentuckyaki. Like Bourbon Barrel Foods Kentuckyaki, this teriyaki sauce is made Kentucky style with extra spice. Incorporating a blend of fresh garlic, ginger, and all-natural Kentucky-grown sorghum, this yummy sauce has a balance of salty and sweet. Bourbon Barrel Foods then adds red pepper for a robust kick of spice. The flavor train doesn’t end there. The Hot & Spicy Kentuckyaki is aged in white oak barrels reclaimed straight from Kentucky’s finest bourbon distilleries as a smoking and aging agent. The long process is worth the wait for a sauce that’s packed with complex flavors of smoke, spice, and salty umami. Hot & Spicy Kentuckyaki is a great substitution to recipes where you’d otherwise use typical teriyaki sauce but want a bit of heat. Use it to marinate pork tenderloin that will make the meat melt in your mouth with the rich, fresh teriyaki flavor. Put a twist on meatloaf with a bourbon-flavored teriyaki glaze instead of a tomato-base sauce. Or, simply use it as a dipping sauce that will complete each bite. Hot & Spicy Kentuckyaki isn’t Bourbon Barrel Foods’ only product. Explore the Kentucky-based shop’s expansive collection of gourmet foods, such as the original Kentuckyaki or Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce. All items display Kentucky’s proud history as the world-renowned bourbon country. Every item is made and packaged in Louisville. Sample some of the best bourbons the bluegrass state has to offer while you eat.

  • Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder

    Bourbon Barrel Foods Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder

    Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder from Bourbon Barrel Foods is a fiery way to shake up a dish. The smoked chili powder uses chili peppers that are domestically harvested and handpicked from Rio Valley in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Bourbon Barrel Foods takes the milled chili peppers to their facility in Louisville, Kentucky, and adds bourbon and smoke flavors to the powder resulting in a spice blend that adds a robust flavor to any dish. But don’t worry. It’s not too spicy. Heat up the grill by using Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder to add flavorful smoke notes. Or, use it on some homemade fries for a dash for spice and salt. One of the best ways to use it, of course, is chili. Add a twist on chili with the taste of some of the finest Kentucky bourbons. Throw a dash in your cocktails and dust the glass rims with salt and chili powder. Chili peppers used in Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder come from the family-owned farm Rio Valley. The farm is a recent partner of Bourbon Barrel Foods and promotes the company’s mission of encouraging the use of as many domestic products as possible. The farmers are hands on from start to finish from growing their peppers to the dehydration process. The peppers are washed and sorted by hand before being placed on long wooden trays to be pushed into a gas-fired, dehydration oven. The peppers are then dried and put through a mill to be crushed. With such quality, it's no wonder why Bourbon Barrel Foods uses them for the Hot & Spicy Kentuckyaki too.

  • Whiskey Lore's Travel Guide to Experiencing Kentucky Bourbon by Hannush, Drew

    Marketplace Books Whiskey Lore's Travel Guide to Experiencing Kentucky Bourbon

    Author: Drew HannushReady for a Kentucky bourbon adventure? Whiskey Lore's Travel Guide to Experiencing Kentucky Bourbon is packed with everything you need to easily plan and prepare an incredible bourbon journey. Learn. Find out what bourbon is, understand its history, and learn how it's made, so you can spend your tour time finding out what makes each distillery unique.Plan. Whether you choose a tour company or do-it-yourself, I'll help you figure out transportation, accommodations, logistics, timing, how to map out the best distilleries, and how to handle the day of your tour. Taste. Handle bourbon tasting like a pro. I'll help you get in the right mindset and prepare your palate so you get the most out of your tasting experiences. Tour. You will have all of the practical information necessary to plan a perfect mix of distilleries that fit your tastes and interests. Each distillery profile includes: * My top three reasons to visit* A list of brands produced there* The tasting experience and keepsakes* Elements of the standard tour* The personality of the distillery* Side trips so you can see more of Kentucky* Planning features like tour times, maps, prices, and tour booking links* Things to listen for or watch for on your tour* Additional distilleries within a short drive I have even included a distillery-to-brand cross-reference guide so you can discover where your favorite bourbons are made. You will also gain access to online resources that can enhance your planning experience. Are you ready? Let's go.About the AuthorHannush, Drew: - Drew Hannush is an author, entrepreneur, whiskey enthusiast, and fellow traveler. As host of the Whiskey Lore podcast, he reveals the stories, myths, and legends built around whiskey. Through his social media and travels he helps whiskey lovers develop a deeper understanding of the origins and characteristics of their favorite spirits. Drew is a songwriter, baseball fan and an avid traveler who has been to all 50 states and visited over 75+ distilleries on two continents. www.whiskey-lore.com

  • Smoke & Pickles: Recipes and Stories from a New Southern Kitchen by Lee, Edward

    Marketplace Books Smoke & Pickles: Recipes and Stories from a New Southern Kitchen

    Author: Edward LeeChef Edward Lee's story and his food could only happen in America. Raised in Brooklyn by a family of Korean immigrants, he eventually settled down in his adopted hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, where he owns the acclaimed restaurant 610 Magnolia. A multiple James Beard Award nominee for his unique patchwork cuisine, Edward creates recipes--filled with pickling, fermenting, frying, curing, and smoking--that reflect the overlapping flavors and techniques that led this Korean-American boy to feel right at home in the South. Dishes like Chicken-Fried Pork Steak with Ramen Crust and Buttermilk Pepper Gravy; Collards and Kimchi; Braised Beef Kalbi with Soft Grits and Scallions; and Miso-Smothered Chicken all share a place on his table. Born with the storytelling gene of a true Southerner, Lee fills his debut cookbook with tales of the restaurant world, New York City, Kentucky, and his time competing on Top Chef, plus more than 130 exceptional recipes for food with Korean roots and Southern soul.About the AuthorLee, Edward: - Edward Lee is the author of Smoke & Pickles; chef/owner of 610 Magnolia, MilkWood, and Whiskey Dry in Louisville, Kentucky; and culinary director of Succotash in National Harbor, Maryland, and Penn Quarter, Washington, DC. He appears frequently in print and on television, including earning an Emmy nomination for his role in the Emmy Award-winning series The Mind of a Chef. Most recently, he wrote and hosted the feature documentary Fermented. He lives in Louisville and Washington, DC, and you can find him on Instagram and Twitter @chefedwardlee.


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