ITS FRIDAY ! Social Friday tonight @whiskeyrosesaloon ▪️post on social media
▫️show security at the door
▪️get a wristband and ask your bartender about $3 drinks ALL NIGHT 🌹don’t forget to see your favorite Rose Girls for $3 shots and a dance as well🌹
the moray region is quite an important region in scottish history and also – as part of the speyside – a pretty good neighbourhood for whisky-fanatics. in the town of elgin you find the glen moray distillery. it is said, they are one of the pioneers in maturation or finishing, so show some respect ;) •
it is hard for me to pass by any port wood finish, so it was just a matter of time for me to get this specimen into my cabinet. •
the facts: no age statement, additional colouring, chill filtration (40% vol.), around 25euros. •
the nose: instant port-wine... dark fruits / berries and a leather-ish note, hints of cinnamon •
the mouth: honey, oak, but not too strong... hints of coconut. •
the judgement: this whisky wins because of it's value for money. you get a solid dram with flavours that differ from other sherry or bourbon-matured whiskies. nothing to complain. BUT... you can see the potential right away... why not try a non-chill filtered, 10 years+ version with natural colour? that would probably bring the complexity which is the only thing i miss about this dram. •
but anyways... good stuff for beginners, nice everyday dram.
Wednesday night @sycamoreden was magical. Jesse, Garrett, and I couldn’t be more thankful to all that came and supported. In all, we raised $3400 for @thinkdignity who will be able to turn that money into positive change for those that find themselves without homes in our community. .
Angels Envy bourbon
Mint stem syrup
Spent grapefruit cordial
Thanks again to our sponsor @angelsenvy and @sean_in_the_barrel who both went above and beyond and donated so much time and money to this noble cause🙏
"In 1850, the Sazerac Coffee House opened in the French Quarter. Named for a now defunct brand of cognac, Sazerac de Forge et Fils, the coffee house served a branded cocktail based on Peychaud's toddy, the Sazerac, with the house cognac and Peychaud's bitters.
Thanks to phylloxera, the blight that nearly destroyed France's wine and brandy industries in the late 19th century, Sazerac de Forge et Fils disappeared from New Orleans and was replaced in the namesake drink by rye whiskey, and such is the makeup of the Sazerac today."
Picked up this bottle of Old Fitzgerald 1949 a few weeks ago but haven’t had a chance to get into it yet. From some small research it looks like the it was discontinued but the reviews weren’t stellar. Interested to hear any thoughts out there but excited nonetheless to have one.
#featuredfriday • Something about mini’s, anyone else feel the same?! • We know a few of you are big mini guys, send us over your stash and let’s see how you hold up • This beauty brought to you by @garyl46 • Incredible stuff •
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