NFC Tags For Bourbon Collectibles, What is “hunting”?, and 2022 Predictions on Bourbon Community Roundtable #64 (Bourbon Pursuit #340)

, | January 15, 2022

We’re back with Bourbon Community Roundtable #64 and here’s the topics!

Sazerac implemented NFC tags in this year’s Thomas H. Handy. Is this the boost the bourbon market needed? Is this setting up bourbon for more of a collectible market? But who should be watching and take the next step. I got into a scuffle on TikTok because someone said “what non-allocated bourbons are you hunting for this year?”. Which I replied, that’s not really a hunt. How do you define hunting? Lastly, let’s hear some 2022 predictions!

Show Notes:

  • This week’s Above the Char with Fred Minnick (@fredminnick) talks about how to attend Whiskey events without getting intoxicated.
  • Sazerac implemented NFC tags in this year’s Thomas H. Handy.
  • Is this the boost the bourbon market needed?
  • Is this setting up bourbon for more of a collectible market?
  • How soon will others start following?
  • I got into a scuffle on TikTok because someone said “what non-allocated bourbons are you hunting for this year?”. Which I replied, that’s not really a hunt. How do you define hunting?
  • Let’s hear some 2022 predictions!
  • Thanks to @bourbonr, @breakingbourbon, and @sippn_corn for joining.
  • @bourbonr @breakingbourbon @sippn_corn
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This post first appeared on Bourbon Pursuit at https://bourbonpursuit.com/2022/01/13/340-nfc-tags-for-bourbon-collectibles-what-is-hunting-and-2022-predictions-on-bourbon-community-roundtable-64/

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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.