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I would love to connect with you and learn more about your passion for bourbon whiskey.

Mine started with a friend saying, “Hey try this whiskey sour.” Then a local cigar shop recommending a new bourbon called Buffalo Trace. Now it’s about all the people I’ve connected with in my local bourbon groups, via social media, and at distilleries.

That’s what bourbon is about to me — the people and their stories.

If your artist, entrepreneur, or bourbon enthusiast, let’s talk about how we can grow the bourbon community together.

If you’re a distillery, I’d love to review your whiskey and share your story with my community. Let’s talk about how to make that possible.

About The Bard

Bourbon is Living Life, Enjoying the Moment with Friends and Family, Good Food, and Good Stories

Matty Sims is the Editor-in-Chief at a multimedia company in the financial service, insurance, and health industry — who happens to love bourbon.

LeAnn (his wife) and his daughters Claire, Maddy, and Adele live in Taylors, SC, at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

He is a storyteller at heart, and bourbon has deep roots in mythos. It keeps him craving new and old stories—whether a taste of something new or fellowship with friends.

You just can't beat opening a new bourbon with friends knowing all the love, hard work, and care it took to create it.

He loves bourbon because it's connected with a whole world of people who would've never met otherwise.

That's what I want The Bourbon Bard to be about — a community gathering together around bourbon sharing in all the ups and downs of life. So join my journey.

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