I have tasted some Tequila, in the time I’ve been writing this bloglet, that I dearly loved but no trio of any Tequila brand got up under my saddle the way Suerte Blanco, Reposado, and Añejo do.
Basil Hayden’s Rye Whiskey jumps to the head of the line of fine American Ryes and devout Whiskey fans are well advised to taste this and see what the buzz is all about.
Not only is Marble Distilling making booze like this but they’re even giving weary travelers a place to drink it.
“We are without caring, you salope Américaine stupide!”
I may, back then, have been able to set it aside and leave it alone for extended periods. I had no way of knowing that Balvenie Caribbean Cask would refuse to lay me aside.
Originally posted on ThePourFool:
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