Prepare to immerse yourself in the world of bourbon. The Bourbon Classic has been called “basically the Olympics or Kentucky Derby of Bourbon” by Louisville.com and features events this week from February 28 through March 3. Wednesday’s Bourbon Classic Top Shelf is sold out, but you can buy tickets and for the rest of the week’s events and competitions on their website, which also states, “Bourbon Classic brings together the best of the Bourbon and culinary worlds through a collection of rare, interactive events. Infused with exceptional tastings, workshops and unrivaled sips, these events are sure to thrill any Bourbon connoisseur and enthusiast.”
This compendium of tastings, classes and competition is produced by The Bourbon Review and FSA Management, whose mission is to offer creative management solutions to organizations seeking to grow, diversify and thrive in an ever-changing global society. The Bourbon Review was the world’s first magazine dedicated to Bourbon and the lifestyle that surrounds its patrons. Launched in the summer of 2008 by four fraternity brothers from Kentucky, The Bourbon Review focuses on the people, science and art of the Bourbon lifestyle, which is associated with those who like to entertain, cook and celebrate special moments with America’s only native spirit, Bourbon.