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This week on The Speakeasy Damon interviews Jimmy and Eddie Russel of Wild Turkey Bourbon. Jimmy and Eddie talk about their experiences within the company over the past decades and their first experiences with bourbon. The two give their opinions on flavored whiskey, current whiskey demographics, and how the industry has changed and how they view these changes. This program was sponsored by The International Culinary Center.

"I've worked here [Wild Turkey] since 1981 and i've loved every minute of it." [5:00]

-- Eddie Russel on The Speakeasy


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To kick off the new year on The Speakeasy, Damon Boelte is joined by Heather Greene, Whiskey Sommelier at The Flatiron Room and author of Whisk(e)y Distilled. Heather Greene is one of America’s leading whiskey experts, media’s newest “go-to” woman on the topic of brown spirits, and the author of Whiskey Distilled, A Populist Guide to the Water of Life on Viking Studio, an imprint of Penguin Random House. She is also The Director of Whiskey Education and sommelier at The Flatiron Room in Manhattan where her classes sell-out regularly. Heather is also an accomplished musician. Her latest (third) record was released in 2012 under the name Argon 4o with her music partner Adam Williams. Their music is currently licensed to MTV Networks after being called by BBC radio as “Beautifully simplistic, yet thoroughly complex.” She has toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe. When she’s not sipping whiskey or playing keyboards, she can be found on her stoop drinking a simple gin and tonic. This program was brought to you by Michter's.

"There a lot of synergies between music and something beautiful and mystical like whiskey." [08:00]

"There's an incredible amount of subjectivity in the human palate. The idea of a best whiskey is kind of lost when it comes to science." [19:00]

--Damon Boelte on The Speakeasy


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The one and only Jordana Rothman rejoins Damon Boelte on The Speakeasy for a candid thirty minute conversation on everything from leather aged cocktails to national spirit trends. Jordana, formerly of Time Out New York, has been freelancing, focusing on bigger picture journalism and just finished working on Alex Stupak's upcoming book with Clarkson Potter. Damon and Jordana asses some of the things going on across the country in the world of cocktails and spirits and give listeners some real insight, tips and takeaways. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"I'm doing less service style journalism and more bigger conversation stories now." [08:00]

"I have some triggers around the hipster whiskeys that are made [at a facility] in Indiana but the consumer thinks they're having something distilled and bottled locally. There's a real lack of consumer education around that. Everybody thinks they're having one thing but there'a a lot of labeling noise." [12:00]

--Jordana Rothman on The Speakeasy


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