Is This The Greatest Bourbon Ever Made? Lee Brice and I Discuss

My good friend, Chuck Cowdery, argued in his book that AH Hirsch 16-year-old, distilled in 1974 in Pennsylvania and bottled in Kentucky in 1990, is the greatest bourbon ever made.

On this week’s podcast, I explore this bourbon with a man who has reason to celebrate.

Country music star Lee Brice celebrates his No. 1 song, “I hope you’re happy now.” He and co-musician Carly Pearce have scored a Platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for their this song. In celebration, we sip some rare bourbon.

Well, when I booked one of my favorite country performers, Lee Brice, who’s celebrating country’s No. 1 song with Carly Pearce, I had to send him the whiskey to find out his thoughts. We discussed the great liquid as well as Sweetens Cove Batch 1, 13 years, 102.18 Proof; Smoke Wagon Private Barrel, 12 years, 111 Proof; Old Potrero Single Malt, Straight Rye Whiskey, San Francisco, 97 Proof; and Very Old Barton, 6 years, 100 Proof.

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We talked about the state of country music and more.

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