bourbon whiskey

Bourbon is a style of American whiskey, and gets its name from the area in which it was originally being shipped from, which in the 1700's (when bourbon was first being produced) was known as "Old Bourbon" (named after "The House of Bourbon", a european royal house), and is now Bourbon County in Kentucky. They key defining requirement that differentiates bourbon from other whiskies is that it is made primarily from corn. It can be made anywhere in the United States (although the vast majority is made in Kentucky), It must be aged in new charred oak barrels. It must be distilled to no more than 80% abv (alcohol by volume). When put into the barrel for aging, it must not be more than 62.5% abv. When bottled it must be at 40% abv or more. And while there aren't any specific aging requirements, it must recieve some barrel aging.

The following recipes on this site use bourbon whiskey:

bourbon whiskey, crème de cacao, lemon juice, grenadine,
Eastern Sour
bourbon whiskey, orange juice, lime juice, orgeat, simple syrup,
Milk Punch
bourbon whiskey, milk, dark rum, simple syrup,
bourbon whiskey, Cointreau, maraschino liqueur, simple syrup, Peychaud's bitters, Angostura Bitters, Amer Picon,
bourbon whiskey, maraschino liqueur, Angostura Bitters, orange bitters,
bourbon whiskey, dry sherry, Rammazotti, Cointreau, orange bitters,
dry vermouth, bourbon whiskey, Benedictine, peach bitters,
Lion's Tail
bourbon whiskey, pimento dram, lime juice, simple syrup, Angostura Bitters,
Black Hawk
bourbon whiskey, sloe gin, lemon juice,
Bourbon Crusta
bourbon whiskey, triple sec, maraschino liqueur, lemon juice, orange bitters,
Bourbon Milk Punch
bourbon whiskey, milk, simple syrup, vanilla extract,
bourbon whiskey, amaretto, Benedictine, Cointreau, orange curaçao,
Mint Julep
bourbon whiskey, mint, sugar,
Suffering Bastard
gin, bourbon whiskey, lime juice, ginger ale, Angostura Bitters,
Whiskey Sour
bourbon whiskey, simple syrup, lemon juice, egg white,
bourbon whiskey, Campari, sweet vermouth,
bourbon whiskey, Benedictine, Angostura Bitters,
bourbon whiskey, Cointreau, Angostura Bitters, Peychaud's bitters, champagne,