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    December Filson Salon At Oxmoor: Bourbon In Food
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    One of the many great things about being a bourbon lover in Louisville is that you can practically go to a different bourbon event every night of every week.  One of my favorite series is the Filson Bourbon Salon at Oxmoor.  They happen about every 6-8 weeks, and in true historical salon fashion, a new topic is discussed every time.

    The next session will take place December 11 from 5:30 to 7:30 in the beautiful library of the Oxmoor Farm house.  The venue itself is worth the price of admission- it is one of the largest private libraries in the United States.  Tickets to these events are extremely limited, so the event is always cozy and intimate.  If you want to meet and greet the who’s who of the bourbon world, this is the place to do it.

    The December session will focus on bourbon and food, a newly trending topic in the bourbon world.  The guests of this session will include Chef Ouita Michel, owner of the Holly Hill Inn in Midway, who is also the chef for special events at the Woodford Distillery.  Joshua Moore, chef for Volare, will also be on the guest panel.  Last but not least, Kelly Ramsey, my personal favorite chocolatier and owner of Art Eatables will round out the discussion.

    A bourbon tasting will accompany the discussion and is included in the ticket price.  If you haven’t been to the Filson Bourbon Salon at Oxmoor yet, now is the time.  You can purchase tickets here.

    Photos Courtesy of Art Eatables and Maggie Kimberl

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    About Maggie Kimberl

    I'm a Louisville native with a passion for traveling and homegrown tomatoes. I write the bourbon news, which keeps me plenty busy since Louisville is the center of the bourbon universe. See bourbon news happening? Contact me on Twitter @LouGirl502!

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