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Virtual Bourbon Event with Don Leopold - Shared screen with speaker view
Barry LeClair
24:28
Greetings from the land of the Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay LIGHTNING!!!
Corinne Schroeder
24:38
Hello from Montana!
Mikhail Paltsyn
24:59
Hello from DeWitt!
Charles Nilon
25:00
Hello from Missouri
William Diedrichs
25:48
Hello to all from Fort Wayne , IN
Christopher Dunn
26:08
Greetings from Ithaca, NY
Daniele Baker
26:27
Hello from Boston, Mass
Frank Moses
26:34
thanks for the suggestion Don! Elijah Craig is tasting wonderful once the ice melted a bit
Barry LeClair
27:12
Is it permissible to drink bourbon on the rocks? Isn't a mint julep made with bourbon?
Brian Miranda
27:24
Hello from Wisconsin!
Russ Carlson
27:46
Greetings from Delaware
Amanda Pachomski
27:56
Hi from Long Island!
Jennifer Cullivan
29:51
Hi everyone, we are here with Don and Brian and we can help field your questions when that time comes.
James
37:26
Hi from Idaho!
Monica Banghart
37:57
Hello from Virginia!
Karen Gaidasz
38:19
Is there a particular white oak that produces the best barrel?
James
38:30
Thoughts on Wild Turkey American Honey?
Art Stipanovic
39:29
Aloha from Kauai, Hawaii.
Russ Carlson
42:10
Did not receive my bottle yet. Got a tracking number?
Debbie Caviness
42:43
we'll be sending out Don's recommendations to everyone afer the program
Amanda Pachomski
43:51
Can someone please repeat the name of the maple syrupy bourbon he's talking about? I missed it!
Jule-Lynne Macie
44:21
Bookers I believe
Amanda Pachomski
44:26
Thanks!
Debbie Caviness
45:38
Yes, the maple bourbon he mentioned was Bookers
Christopher Dunn
47:38
I have heard that some producers add coloring. Is that so?
Daniele Baker
55:28
What's a good (cheaper) alternative to Pappy's? Have you had Pappy's? What was it like?
James
56:00
WOOO LONG ISLAND
James
56:32
THAT'S WHERE I'M FROM
alan shupe
56:41
weller is cheaper alt with the same wheated mash bill
Amanda Pachomski
56:48
What Long Island distillery was that from?
Christopher Dunn - '76
57:31
Does Don recommend any Finger Lakes products? There are so many distilleries now in the region?
Charles Nilon
01:00:02
What about DogMaster Bourbon from Columbia, MO. Kind of similar landscape to KY?
Christopher Dunn - '76
01:00:54
I am a single malt "snob," but have been developing a taste for Japanese and Taiwanese whiskies. It would be interesting to have another event to compare US bourbons with whiskies from various countries.
Amanda Pachomski
01:01:14
What's your favorite bourbon cocktail?
John Hohm
01:01:18
what is the flavor of booker's like?
Corinne Schroeder
01:01:31
Shameless plug for High West Distillery products based in Park City, UT!! (Former employee, their bourbon, American Prairie Bourbon, is awesome)
Philip Crim
01:02:05
What species of Japanese oak is the promising species for barrels that was mentioned in the beginning? serrata?
James
01:02:11
I enjoy mixing myself bourbon with a good local root beer or birch beer
David DiCarlo
01:02:48
Does Bourbon continue to age in the bottle if unopened? I have a bottle of Wild Turkey at my cottage in Canada that I bought 37 years ago. Is it still good?
Patrick Raney
01:03:28
Do you think climate change will alter locations suitable to making good bourbon?
Christopher Dunn - '76
01:06:36
Japanese white oak in Japan is "shirokashi," but I'm not sure what the Latin name is. Is it Quercus acuta?
James
01:06:57
When do you anticipate your book will come out?
Philip Crim
01:07:45
Quercus acuta is a ring-cupped oak (Cyclobalanopsis) would be interesting if that subgenus could be used as well!
james urban
01:07:50
st Augustine fl bourban?
Barry LeClair
01:10:26
Are the barrels turned or rotated while aging, or left in place?
Michael Rudolph
01:10:27
Any good late night faculty bourbon drinking stories?
Christopher Dunn - '76
01:11:18
there are some outstanding rums from Hawaii
James
01:11:21
Wouldn't a tropical environment like Hawaii be more appropriate for rum?
Karen Gaidasz
01:12:25
What is the Japanese Whiskey that Don just held up?
Christopher Dunn - '76
01:12:55
Some good Japanese ones are Yamazaki and Nikka
Christopher Dunn - '76
01:13:06
a really good Taiwanese one is Kavalan
Angela Noelle
01:13:16
That sounds yummy!
Russ Carlson
01:14:44
Thanks! Great talk, but gotta go.
Amanda Pachomski
01:15:16
Don, can you please send us your slushie recipe?
Don Moore
01:15:31
Thanks you guys! Great program! ;)
Philip Crim
01:15:42
Awesome! Q. mongolica grows well in the Syracuse area ;)
Linda Koch
01:17:36
thanks. entertaining end to my week! great talk
Mary Clements
01:18:17
thank you for your interesting and engaging discussion. We love you Don!
Jule-Lynne Macie
01:18:24
Thank you for a great happy hour!
Angela Noelle
01:19:07
This was so fun. Thank you!! Great to see some familiar faces!
Amanda Pachomski
01:19:21
This was great. Thank you!
Mary Beth Kolozsvary
01:19:21
thank you!
Philip Crim
01:19:22
Great event, thanks all!
Paul Di Salvo
01:19:26
this was great! thanks!
Barry LeClair
01:19:29
please send me the recording link, Thank You
Barry LeClair
01:19:37
Great webinar!!!