Bourbon

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Bringing People Together Through Bourbon

Bourbon is a unique part of the United State’s culture.  Most people do not know the roll whiskey played in US history, but without it the US would not be what it is today.  US whiskey has produced more tax dollars than any other product barring petroleum. The US is a great nation, but unfortunately it is divided today.

Bourbon as a product takes time to make, enjoy, and tends to bring friends and family together when people drink it. Bourbon Real Talk hopes to use bourbon’s communal nature to sitting down with people, drinking some good whiskey, and having real conversations to get to know the reasons why we are different. Bias is broken down by connection, and connection is formed by compassion and understanding.  Pour a dram, relax, and learn real stories of people so that we can develop compassion and build connections that make us all better.

Whiskey and Ice: Ice’s history and impact on bourbon with Stephen Howard-Bourbon Real Talk Episode 51

Stephen Howard owns Howard and Sons Ice Co which produces flawless large format crystal clear cubes and spheres of ice to high end bars and restaurants. We review Stagg Jr Batch 12 side by side neat and on a rock and discuss how to make clear ice. We also discuss the history of ice its impact on cocktail culture. You won’t want to miss this one! Please Subscribe, Review, Like, and Comment!

7,000 Barrels of Texas Whiskey per Month and 40% of the Coffee You Drink with Carlos De Aldecoa Part 2-Bourbon Real Talk Episode 50

Carlos De Aldecoa has been referred to as the scion of a wealthy international coffee family. The coffee companies Carlos’s family own touch roughly 30-40% of the coffee in the United States. He also has started the largest distillery west of the Mississippi with a capacity of roughly 7,000 53 gallon barrels per month. He isn’t just about business.  He also has started a coffee brand that 100% of the revenue (Not Profit) goes to the Down Syndrome Foundation! Carlos may very well be the real life “Most Interesting Man In the World”. Please Subscribe, Review, Like, and Comment!

7,000 Barrels of Texas Whiskey per Month and 40% of the Coffee You Drink with Carlos De Aldecoa-Bourbon Real Talk Episode 49

Carlos De Aldecoa has been referred to as the scion of a wealthy international coffee family. The coffee companies Carlos’s family own touch roughly 30-40% of the coffee in the United States. He also has started the largest distillery west of the Mississippi with a capacity of roughly 7,000 53 gallon barrels per month. He isn’t just about business.  He also has started a coffee brand that 100% of the revenue (Not Profit) goes to the Down Syndrome Foundation! Carlos may very well be the real life “Most Interesting Man In the World”. Please Subscribe, Review, Like, and Comment!

1 million stories to tell & 1,000 names to drop with Tony Lucca Part 2-Bourbon Real Talk Episode 48

Understanding the value of fans, why you need an unlisted number when you are on TV, fan gifts, the most impactful fan experiences, co-writing songs with writers who have written hits, and Tony’s vision for his future. A comfortable environment and a little whiskey bring out many of the amazing stories his 30+ year career have created. Pour a drink and sit back and listen to these entertaining stories behind the scenes of a life spent in the arts entertaining people. #mickeymouseclub #mmc #mmc30 #alwaysintheclub #thevoice #teamadam #Kevincostner #Marcanthony Please subscribe, like, review, and comment!

1 million stories to tell & 1,000 names to drop with Tony Lucca-Bourbon Real Talk Episode 47

Writing Kevin Costner’s engagement song, hanging out in his house, consulting on his movie score, touring with Marc Anthony, private jets, private islands, Tony has experienced it all. A comfortable environment and a little whiskey bring out many of the amazing stories his 30+ year career have created. Pour a drink and sit back and listen to these entertaining stories behind the scenes of a world we all know of but few get to experience. Please Subscribe, Review, Like, and Comment!