National Bourbon Day is celebrated every year on June 14th. The National Bourbon Day is to honor the official spirit of the Americans. Bourbon Whiskey is an American Native Whiskey that has been manufactured since the 18th century. Bourbon is one of the favorite drinks of Americans. The sales of Bourbon whiskey are always high in North America. The United States is the place where the Bourbon originated, and the famous whiskey-makers have reversed the decision to water down their recipe to meet the worldwide demand.
If I cannot drink Bourbon and smoke cigars in Heaven than I shall not go. – Mark Twain
There is no bad whiskey. There are only some whiskeys that aren’t as good as others. – Raymond Chandler.
The water was not fit to drink. To make it palatable, we had to add whisky. By diligent effort, I learned to like it. – Winston Churchill
History of National Bourbon Day
The actual year of origin and the founder of National Bourbon Day is not known. But this day has been celebrated for a long time. In the mid-1970s and 1980s, there was a slight downfall in the sales of Bourbon, but starting from 1990, the sales had gone to a peak, and it is still maintained. Some say that this day is the anniversary of the first distilled Bourbon in the late 1700s, but the truth is not known, and the origin of this day is still under research. There is no family or a single person credited with inventing the American’s Official Spirit Bourbon.
The name Bourbon comes from the place Bourbon County, a large district founded after the American Revolution. This particular county was full of crops and corn, and there were small farmers who used to distill whiskey around the place. The farmers either used the crops to distill it into whiskey by themselves, or they would have sold it to someone nearby to distill it into whiskey. The barrels which contained these whiskeys were named Old Bourbon, and thus the whiskey was found in the late 1700s.
There are plenty of whiskey distillers from the place right now, and there are top 10 makers of spirits as well. Bourbon is their main recipe, and people love to taste bourbon more than any other whiskey in the world. Bourbon Day is created in honor of those who have found this whiskey and also for those who are consuming it. The spirit of the country is sure to be honored on this day.
Other Celebrations on June 14
June 14 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate National Bourbon Day
There are many ways for whiskey lovers to enjoy this special day. Restaurants can make the menu customized on this day, giving away Bourbon whiskeys at an offer price. Individuals can treat their friends by surprising them with a bottle of old Bourbon and enjoying a glass or two. Invite your friends and family and arrange a get-together in your home with new bourbon cocktail recipes added to the menu. You can also share the recipe with your neighbors and make them try the Bourbon cocktail as well. Share your experience in social forums with the hashtag #HappyNationalBourbonDay.
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