Bourbon Day

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Bourbon Day

Date: June 14

Bourbon Day is a celebration of the distinctly American whiskey known as bourbon. This day invites whiskey enthusiasts to savor and appreciate the rich flavors and history of bourbon.


Bourbon is a type of American whiskey that has been produced since the 18th century. It is primarily made from corn and aged in charred oak barrels, which gives it its unique flavor. Bourbon Day was established to honor this iconic spirit and its role in American culture.

Interesting Information

  • To be legally classified as bourbon, the whiskey must be made in the United States and contain at least 51% corn.
  • The name "bourbon" is believed to have originated from Bourbon County in Kentucky, one of the key regions for its production.
  • Bourbon has been declared "America's Native Spirit" by an act of Congress in 1964.
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