Chef John Varanese of Louisville's Varanese Restaurant. Image courtesy Varanese. Louisville isn’t just famous for Bourbon…it’s also becoming a popular city for culinary connoisseurs, and the foodies are flocking to Chef John Varanese’s restaurant specializing in New American cuisine. The menu at Varanese also gets a lot of inspiration from Bourbon, and we’ll kick off Bourbon Heritage Month in Kentucky by talking whisky and cuisine with Chef Varanese on this week’s WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the news, there’s a new #1 at the top of the Single Malt Scotch whisky sales rankings and a new #1 at the top of the list of oldest Scotch whiskies ever bottled. We’ll also have details on new whiskies from around the world and much more on this week’s WhiskyCast.

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