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[Photo News] Used Bourbon Barrels or Christmas Tree?By Ko Yoon-hee
Published : Nov. 27, 2021 - 16:01
However, during the holidays, something quite unexpected but still related to bourbon is what entertains the people of Kentucky.
Instead of the liquor itself, a gigantic Christmas tree made of bourbon barrels is on display in Smiths Grove, a small town of not much over 700 people nearby Mammoth Cave National Park.
This interesting tradition began in 2020 when Cody Vincent and his family made a tree out of bourbon barrels they sold through their business, Bourbon Barrel Brothers.
After it gained fame, the brothers decided to give the tree a little upgrade.
This year, the tree is made of 450 used bourbon barrels, roughly 4,000 lights and stands some 14 meters tall.
By Ko Yoon-hee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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