Remember last summer when I wrote about state whiskeys (read it here)? To refresh your memory, it started when I filled our summer with over 4,000 miles of travel in only seven short weeks. With kids. Little kids. Around that time, Esquire and Food + Wine both came out with articles about the best/most important bourbons. Challenge accepted! I scoped out local offerings on each of the trips and presto – blog post!
I know, I know. This is supposed to be my second state bourbon post. I’m working on it, I swear. Finding local whiskeys is hard! I’ve already written about my own region and unless I’m traveling, it’s hard to find something from further away. Plus I’ve more research (read: drinking!) to do before I can actually finish the post. I still have one to open, and frankly I’m a little scared of it. Without giving away too much, I think this state has way better to offer, if I could just find it!
As the year comes to a close, I’m going to take a moment to wax on a bit about friendship. Call me a mush. Or just tipsy.
- How do you make friends so easily? (so many!)
- You guys drink more than you used to – when did that happen? (Dad)
- How is it moving around so much? I can’t imagine leaving my friends. (Samantha)
- Your phone is always going off, you have so many friends here! (Husband)