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The Bourbon & Banter does not receive money for paid reviews of products or services.  Bourbon & Bourbon will accept free samples of products or services to review but receipt of said items does not guarantee that a review will be performed, posted or written in favor of the submitting brand. We will however include affiliate links where we make money if a visitor decides to purchase a product from our link. We provide the following list of sources of income for Bourbon & Banter

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