Ice Breaker Christmas Special (Bourbon Pursuit #337)

Every year we try to do something different for Christmas that’s not really focused around bourbon. I’m sure you spend a lot of time talking about bourbon with your “bourbon friends”, but it is always interesting to learn more about them on a personal level. This year we decided to bring back some fun ice breaker questions so you can get to know a little more about us. We hope you enjoy and from the entire Bourbon Pursuit team, happy holidays!

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Show Notes:

  • What’s the best cheeseburger?
  • What’s the best meal you know how to cook?
  • Candy, chocolate, or popcorn at the movies?
  • What was your first job?
  • What was the most physically exhausting job you ever had?
  • What’s your favorite casino game?
  • What’s one part of the world you still really want to see or experience?
  • What’s your best bourbon shopping experience of the year?
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Kenny Coleman and Ryan Cecil host the Bourbon Pursuit podcast from Louisville, KY. Together, they share a passion for the stories that made an industry flourish with a focus on history, personality, and of course, great bourbon. Their guests include master distillers, bloggers, historians, local events and more.