That's right minded thinking, the stash is finished before the Estate begins.
Max, the solution is simple. Instead of drinkin' your whiskey neat or on the rocks, make some simple syrup, buy a good orange, and make a bourbon old fashioned with top shelf bourbon....and don't forget to flame the orange peel when you drop it in the glass. If THAT doesn't get you reenergized on bourbon, let me know and I'll swing by to pick up all the bottles you no longer need
"I distrust a man who says 'when.' He's got to be careful not to drink too much, because he's not to be trusted when he does." Sydney Greenstreet
And please let me know if you need help alleviating the whiskey stock from our friend Max... I'll be glad to help.
Enjoying whiskey can cause fatigue. Sometimes I just want "a drink" that tastes good enough, relaxes the mood, etc. And I feel like it's wasted on good whiskey. Sometimes that feeling lasts for several days or longer. I might drink rum or a disposable whiskey like white label beam with diet coke. A good stout or IPA works wonders. And I really like drinking black russians, especially during the winter time.
I double the usual shot.
No actually I will usually have another spirit, rum probably, or if not that, a malt, gin or vodka.
Sometimes, I just don't have the desire to drink. There's no shame in taking a few days, weeks, or maybe a month off.
Not there yet but this thread is great in case I ever get the bourbon blues
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