<div>Bourbon News & Notes: More limited edition releases for Bourbon Heritage Month, and a New-Fashioned cocktail</div>
BOURBON NEWS & NOTES – for 24 September, by Susan Reigler A Shelf Full of New Releases for Bourbon Heritage Month – Round 2 Three recent fall releases, just in time for Bourbon Heritage Month, were described in last week’s column. The limited edition whiskeys just keep coming, so here is another trio to bear in mind when searching for the new and notable: If you thought that Brown-Forman’s Old Forester Birthday Bourbon was limited, it seems almost plentiful compared to the distiller’s coveted annual release, King of Kentucky. A historical brand that first appeared in 1881 as a straight bourbon, it was acquired by Brown-Forman in 1936 from Selected Kentucky Distillers and, by 1940, was converted to a blended whiskey. It was discontinued in 1968, but the distillery brought it back 50 years later. This is the fourth annual release and consists of only 2,700 bottles, most of which will be sold...Read more