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Sitting out on my deck under the redwoods on a beautiful summer Saturday afternoon and having one of my favorite late spring/early summer cocktails, rye and kirsch (cherry brandy) with muddled bing cherries and tonic. The rye is a whiskey barrel sample (distilled 11/12/11 and maturing in the highest part of warehouse A, in 19 F) that I took home with me from working at Wyoming Whiskey this past week. It will be a component of the upcoming Outryder whiskey. 

 

What a great way to spend a lazy day. Life is a bowl of cherries! 

 

Cheers,

Nancy

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flahute
2 minutes ago, WhiskeyBlender said:

Sitting out on my deck under the redwoods on a beautiful summer Saturday afternoon and having one of my favorite late spring/early summer cocktails, rye and kirsch (cherry brandy) with muddled bing cherries and tonic. The rye is a whiskey barrel sample (distilled 11/12/11 and maturing in the highest part of warehouse A, in 19 F) that I took home with me from working at Wyoming Whiskey this past week. It will be a component of the upcoming Outryder whiskey. 

 

What a great way to spend a lazy day. Life is a bowl of cherries! 

 

Cheers,

Nancy

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Well both the drink and the setting looks fantastic. 

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8 minutes ago, flahute said:

Well both the drink and the setting looks fantastic. 

Thanks Steve, I'm actually having another one right now! 😉

 

Hope your weekend is going well my friend. Imbibe well!

 

Cheers,

N.

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