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Discussion in 'Non Mustang General Discussion' started by 70 StangMan, Sep 7, 2017.
Nope..still got peanuts in the freezer and beer in the fridge. Life's good.
Even though you lost your first fantasy game.
Hey, all of my family is safe, I still have a roof over my head, I have power while 54,000 + in my county do not, I have a job to go to tomorrow, losing a fantasy match-up doesn't even make a blip on my screen right now.
Glad to hear you guys made it through ok. My brother in law and his family had no major damage and their power is still on.
I see that it did take away your sense of humor though
Nah....just put it on hold for awhile.
I heard there is a shortage of Yukon Jack in the panhandle. I assume that was you stocking up??
My tastes have changed to Rye whiskey, particularly Tap 357. Mmmm-mmmm-mmmm-mmmm-mmmm.
That would explain the drop in Yukon Jack stocks.
What a coincidence, I "discovered" Rye about a year and a half ago. Since then I suppose I've enjoyed a couple of dozen different Ryes each with distinct flavors. My favorites currently include, Templeton, Buffalo Trace, Whistle Pig, High West, and Sazerac. As recently as a couple of weeks ago, we hosted a Rye tasting with an out of town guest from Hawaii. Apparently the stock of Rye on the Hilo side of the Big Island is sparse. Though he seemed to enjoy it at the time, apparently he doesn't remember much............
You have inspired me to locate and sample some Tap 357!!
Next time you find yourself out here, let's make a point to "compare notes" on Rye.
Will do. I will warn you, however, that Tap 357 is somewhat on the sweet side, as it is flavored with a bit of maple syrup. It is hard to find here on the shelf; I have to order it.
I like good bourbons and whiskeys, but most are made out of corn. Do you know how much corn we Americans consume as individuals? Rye is one of the few whiskeys not made with corn as their base.