Society & Culture

Texas Whiskey

There's a new boom in the Lone Star State. Texas whiskey is making a name for itself, but navigating the landscape can be intimidating. Especially if you are new to the spirit. Enter Nico Martini and Coach Jimmy. They take the mystery out of whiskey, and have a lot of fun doing it. If you are a newbie or an old pro, there is something for everyone in this show.

Whiskey Diversity

Texas whiskey is a generic term that encompasses a lot of different tastes, styles and procedures. Nico and Coach take some time to help sort through it all and maybe introduce you to a whole new way of thinking about "Texas Whiskey"

Bourbon Real Talk with Randy Sullivan

Randy Sullivan from Bourbon Real talk joins Nico and Coach to explain to awesome power of whiskey and how it could be the solution to all our problems... well, at least it helps bring people together any way!

Brandon Choate From Lone Elm Whiskey

Brandon Choate from Lone Elm Whiskey joins the show to chat about the wonders of wheat whiskey, and Nico explains why this is the most underrated whiskey in Texas.

Texas Whiskey: The Show: The Book

Nico Martini literally wrote the book on Texas Whiskey which will be out this summer. He and Coach Jimmy talk about how the book came about the the "long" history of Texas and Whiskey (Hint: it's not as long as you think).

Texas Whiskey Festival

Nico and Coach give you a little "taste" of the Texas Whiskey Festival including an interview with the man who brought it all together: Jake Clements.

Howdy Y'all

No matter if you are an expert or new to all this, "Texas Whiskey" has something for you. Let Nico Martini and "Coach" Jimmy help you navigate the sometimes confusing but never boring world of Texas Whiskey.

Whiskey 101: Older Whiskey

So - is older whiskey necessarily better whiskey? Well, it depends... Nico and Coach explain.

Whiskey 101: Whiskey and Rye

So, what is the difference between bourbon and rye? Lucky for us, Nico and Jimmy have an answer.

Whiskey 101: Single Barrel

So, what makes "single barrel" so special? Nico has the answer.