Gorgeous Fall day, today. Mid-60's, light breeze, sunny skies...just awoke from a killer nap out in the hammock by the pond, and now just lazing out here sipping on the 2012 PHC. Now, if someone would just bring me a sizzlin' medium-rare, bone-in ribeye, I might think I had died and gone to Heaven.
"Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama
Enjoying some VW Lot B, as well as having the doors/windows open! Should have taken Joe's idea of a nap - perfect weather for it!
"Too much of anything is bad, but too much of good whiskey
is barely enough."
- Mark Twain
Cold, damp weather here today. After dinner my wife and I took a walk around town. To warm up, I had the last of my bottle of Yellowstone 90 and a few ounces of EC12 after that. My wife had a little Hochstadter's Rock and Rye. It's a new rock and rye on the shelf here in PA and it's dang good. Check it out here- http://drinkslowandlow.com/
If you have anything Michter's or Pennco and would like to sell it or share it with me, please let me know.
Went quail hunting with my brother-in-law to start the day, ended it at the grill with the family. In between was some van Winkle Lot B and a glass of GTS 2011.
Relaxing with a glass of Weller 12 after a long day at work.
One of my multi-bourbon blends (about 15), trying to get the "perfect" palate again. It's a good even-flavored drink but it could be better. I'll keep trying.
Old Grand Dad and water. Tim
Self-Styled Whisky Connoisseur
M&M 5yr (1980) - mm...!?
ND Old Grand Dad 86 and Old Taylor 80