A Bourboneer is an advocate, an enthusiast, and more importantly a proficient bourbon imbiber, versed in the knowledge, heritage, art and culture of bourbon, bourbon production, with an understanding of bourbon and its unique characteristics.
There are three levels of a Bourboneer: 1) Imbiber, 2) Operator, 3) Master.
Imbiber: The casual bourbon consumer, self educated in the subject. Enjoys bourbon from the larger more renown distilleries and has a facile knowledge of bourbon and its production.
Operator: The regular or daily consumer, formally educated and trained in the subject. Well read in bourbon heritage, art, culture and has a extensive knowledge of bourbon and its production. Usually partakes in finer bourbon but enjoys numerous labels. Possesses the ability to educate and train others.
Master: The regular or daily consumer, not only formally educated but makes bourbon a profession. Employed or once employed in some regard with a distillery or involved in the education or training aspects of the subject. Has an extensive and practical knowledge of all things bourbon and a refined palate. Also possesses the ability train others and market the product.
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