Bourbon may refer to:


*Juan Carlos I of Spain, the current King ("Juan Carlos Alfonso Víctor María de Borbón")
*Fortunato Borbon, former Governor of Batangas province in the Philippines
*Pedro Borbón, a former Major League Baseball pitcher
*Pedro Borbón, Jr., son of Pedro Borbón, also a former Major League Baseball pitcher


In North America

*Bourbon, Indiana, United States
*Bourbon County, Kansas
*Bourbon County, Kentucky
*Bourbon, Missouri
*Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana
*Fort Bourbon, a fort on the northern shore of the Saskatchewan River, in Canada

In France

*Bourbon-l'Archambault, Allier département, France
*Bourbon-Lancy, Saône-et-Loire département, France
*Bourbonne-les-Bains, Haute-Marne département, France
*Bourbonnais, an area derived from the former dukedom of Bourbon, France
*Palais Bourbon, a palace in Paris
*Réunion island, known as Île Bourbon from 1642 until the French Revolution


*Borbon, Cebu, a municipality in the Philippines
*Pebble Island, Falklands, known as "Isla Borbón" in Spanish
*Bhurban, a small town in Punjab, Pakistan

In politics and history

*House of Bourbon, a royal house of French and Spanish nobility
*Constable de Bourbon, a First Officer of the Crown of France
*Duke of Bourbon, a title in the peerage of France
*Bourbon Reforms, a series of measures taken by the Spanish Crown in the 18th century
*Bourbon Restoration, the return to the French throne of the Bourbon Dynasty
*Bourbon Family Compact, a series of 18th century alliances between France, Spain and the Two Sicilies
*Bourbon Democrat, a term used in the United States from 1876 to 1904 to refer to a conservative or classical liberal member of the Democratic Party

Food and drink

*Brasseries de Bourbon, a brewery
*Bourbon ball, a chocolate confection
*Bourbon biscuit, a chocolate sandwich biscuit
*Bourbon chicken, a recipe for chicken made with bourbon whiskey
*Bourbon coffee, a variety of Arabica coffee originating on Bourbon island (Réunion)
*Bourbon vanilla, a type of vanilla from various Indian Ocean islands
*Bourbon whiskey, a distilled spirit
*Bourbon Red, a breed of domestic turkey


*Air Bourbon, a defunct airline
*Bourbon Crested Starling, an extinct bird from the family of Sturnidae
*USS Bourbon, a frigate in the Continental Navy named for the House of Bourbon
*"Moon Over Bourbon Street", a 1986 song by Sting
*Bourbon Street Beat, an American television show from 1959 to 1960

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