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From Glasgow, With Love

Despite being a reboot that casts Bond as a veteran of Afghanistan and all full of Rainbow Six-y military acronym porn, CARTE BLANCHE is a pretty solid entry in the canon of 007 drinking books, and one that gets him back where he belongs: sipping whiskey. 61 more words


Some thoughts on Bourbon

This past weekend, the wife and I took an impromptu trip to Kentucky. We lived there once, many years ago, and still have a few friends that we like to see every now and then. 1,040 more words


Review: Angel's Envy (Rum) Finished Rye Whiskey

Angel’s Envy was founded by Lincoln Henderson (a former Brown-Forman Master Distiller) and his son Wesley in 2010. Although the company now has the facilities in place to produce their own whiskey, Lincoln and Wesley have (since opening in 2010) sourced their whiskey from another (undisclosed) distillery such that they would have finished whiskey to sell immediately. 351 more words


What is this blog?

This blog is mainly for my personal enjoyment and for those who are of like mind.  I like to dabble in all things related to the good life and I most certainly am not an expert in any of them.  165 more words


Review: Windsor Canadian Whisky

Windsor Canadian is currently produced by Beam Suntory at the Alberta Distillers Limited (ADL) facility in Calgary Alberta. Beam Suntory gives the following description on their website information regarding this whisky, 344 more words


Review: Masterson’s 12-Year-Old Straight Wheat Whiskey

Masterson’s Straight Wheat Whiskey is distilled and aged in Canada, for a California company located in Sonoma, called 35 Maple Street. As a straight whiskey, the spirit must be barreled and aged in new American Oak; however this Masterson’s whiskey also holds the distinction of being perhaps the only Canadian whiskey which is distilled on a copper pot still from a mash of 100 % wheat grain. 142 more words