September is National Bourbon Heritage Month, and we take our bourbon-honoring duties very seriously here at Cornman Farms! Join us on the evening of September 21st as we gather in the barn to pay homage to bourbon, America’s most acclaimed indigenous spirit. We’ll discuss the history of bourbon, what makes it unique in the whiskey world, and taste three styles side-by-side. Next, the guests will learn how to make, and then will enjoy, three distinct bourbon cocktails while your host, Beth, shares stories about the drinks and the liquors. We’ll explore how to use bourbon in two classic cocktails: the Scofflaw, and the Remember the Maine; and we’ll teach you how to make a delightful concoction we developed just for this evening: the Cornman Farms Ginger Peach Smash. We’ll serve some gourmet treats during the class, and at the end we’ll all retire to the lower level of the barn for coffee and dessert and an opportunity to further discuss bourbon one-on-one with Beth. Guests will leave the class with recipes for all drinks made and syrups used, as well as the know-how and confidence to recreate these tipples at home!