Black Bourbon Society Heads To The New Orleans Bourbon Festival

 

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The city of New Orleans is known for its world-renowned food, music and culture, now add bourbon to that and you’ve got yourself a party!

This year during the 3rd Annual New Orleans Bourbon Festival held March 21-23, guests will have the opportunity to experience events curated by the Black Bourbon Society (BBS). On Thursday March 21, BBS will host a Sip and Smoke Dinner featuring Heaven Hill Distillery and Peter Spanton at Whiskey & Sticks from 9 p.m. – 12 a.m. Tickets are $35 for members, $40 for general admission.

Founded by Chief Bourbon Enthusiasts Samara Rivers with over 4500 members, Black Bourbon Society is a tiered membership organization open to everyone who enjoys premium spirits and is interested in gaining a deeper appreciation for America’s Native Spirit.

The organization bridges the gap between the spirits industry and African American bourbon enthusiasts through its social media platforms, brand-partnered events, and exclusive excursions.

 

For more information, please visit www.blackbourbonsociety.com.

 

Categories: Cocktails, Festivals, Lagniappe

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