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Picture of the sky from my room. No filters
Weird way to flex, but ok
I painted the bassist from the talking heads
Swiss alps and lakes seen from above
how it's going in kiev, elon?
If you are walking through bad times just remember this
New York City sunrise
A winter night in Switzerland
Did you happen to eat at Heavens to Betsy’s in Lawrenceburg, Ky? It’s a big stop off for a lot of people in between the Wild Turkey and Four Roses Distilleries. Huge sandwiches.
We grabbed a quick lunch that day at Woodford. We were pressing for time. Next trip though!
Happy day-after cake day!
Thanks! Had ever intention of posting yesterday but, well, procrastination.
Best bourbon so far?
I’d have to go with Eagle Rare (aged 10 years). Solid flavor profile but not over powering. Made by Buffalo trace. Same mash bill as Blanton’s but half the cost.
I just saw this on a menu last week. I'll have to give it a go next time. I usually drink Bulleit. I like Woodford Reserve too. The Woodford Cherry Smoked Barley is really nice. Try some if they have it there.
Haven’t seen that one, but will definitely give it a try when I find it!
Is this outside of Lexington? I've heard people talk about the bourbon trail but not sure where the starting city is. I've done a couple Scotch tasting trips and would love to do a bourbon one.
Eh, the term trail is used loosely. We made our base camp in Louisville but would do Lexington next time. They’re pretty spread out. We had an aggressive schedule and still only hit 3 each day. I’d say half of the ones you’d want to see are closer to Louisville (Jim Beam, Makers Mark, Bulleit, Evan Williams, Angles Envy) the other half Lexington (Four roses, Woodford, Wild Turkey, Buffalo Trace)
I’ve never heard of a bourbon tour! We do wine and beer tours where I’m from! Jealous!!!!
If you get a chance, do it. Beautiful country side and get to learn a lot (and drink a fair share too!)
How was your stay here in Louisville?
Didn’t see too much of the city, but we were a little bummed there wasn’t more going on down on 4th street which is right near where we stayed. Seemed to be a good pack of bars but was dead even on the weekend. We did have some good food and made our way to the stretch of bars on Shelbyville road at the recommendation of our tour guide at Jim Beam.
Yeah 4th street sucks, I usually recommend Bardstown rd. and Frankfort ave. to people visiting. That's where the better bars and restaurants are.
We quickly found out that was the consensus on 4th street from the locals haha. Tourist mistake. We did make it to Bardstown rd the last night too. Will have to check out Frankfort ave next time.
I could run for miles and miles down a road like that.
My wife and I did most of the bourbon tour last year, hit the last two stops memorial day weekend. Really fun. Makers has a great tour and the Jim beam experience downtown Louisville is awesome. You can bottle your own bourbon. Rinse it, label it, fill it.
1 year. Isn't that quaint.
Cheers buddy! I just hit the 1 year mark and posted for the time recently too!