I first met Heather Greene in Louisville when she was researching her book Whisk(e)y Distilled. Since then, I did a Bourbon class with her at the Flatiron Room in New York and attended several events at Michter’s where we both did presentations. She is a very talented writer and has a great palate, so when she announced a few years ago that she was leaving New York and moving to Texas to become part of a Bourbon distillery, I was excited for her. They have not been distilling long enough to have aged whiskey ready for the bottle, but they have sourced whiskey for their brand.
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