In Clifton Park, NY tonight seeing Frank Turner. The states always has a much better bourbon selection than Canada and I always try and pick up something new when I’m here, even if I can’t bring it back.
I’ve been hearing great things about this whiskey and it did not disappoint. Heavy on the vanilla and a great burnt caramel taste and only slightly over proof.
I highly recommend this, smoother than a single barrel and not as sweet as most rye’s. Just absolutely delicious.
Scrubbing my place from top to bottom today. Mid cleaning Manhattan, extra cherries cause I’m a grown ass man.
This blog is as much about whiskey as it is for quotes and the love I have for my typewriter. That being said, I’m going to start posting some more pictures of my adventures in whiskey.
I’m a bourbon fan mostly and normally I just drink it warm and straight. However, I do occasionally appreciate a well crafted cocktail. So, I’m going to start making some.
Today I went and bought new supplies for my home bar and I’m going to start with my favourite, an Old Fashioned, made with Knob Creek.
Maybe I’ll post a picture of it later. If not, cheers.
These past few weeks have been hell and heaven at the same time.
I think I’m nearing the mountain top, though.
Can’t stop. Won’t stop.
Writers Tears, Irish Whiskey & my favourite Irish author.
I’m going to start adding little notes to these, because I can.
Here’s something while I wait on my new ink ribbons to arrive. Something I did for my incredibly talented friend Keith P. Rein and his lovely lady after their second anniversary here at Montreal Comiccon.
Go check out his work, now.