I know there have been few updates lately. I have a big meeting coming up next week and I have really been busy prepping for the event (it’s a week long), so something had to give…..and in the case, it was Blog.
So, to open things back up, I have a few reader submissions-
Got any suggestions for a non-smoker to start on? Reading these descriptions it sounds like there an aerosolized version of the coffee I roast!
Ed- Chris, I am not a big smoker of the flavored cigars. One thing I have heard is that the oils for the flavoring can seep into your humidor and either ruin it or leave a lingering scent (tainting your other cigars). A common practice is using glass humidors for them, and keeping them separated. All this being said, Randy (from MySideoftheBar) had a recommendation for the cigar his wife likes, the Elevation Flavored Hazelnut Coffee Churchill (found HERE)
May want this for your blog...”Worlds Strongest ale” comes in eye-catching dead animal bottles
Ed- WOW. What is not to like here, aside from the £500 price? At 55% and stuffed in squirrels, this would definitely be the ultimate Christmas present. Imagine the excitement when your significant other unwraps this. Still a little pricey, but next trip to the UK might have me looking for it.
From Jeremy C. – Worlds oldest Champagne found
Ed- While amazing that the Champagne survived this long at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, what I love about this story is that the diver said screw history and opened one and drank it when they returned to the surface. While this could have cost him an estimated $70K, it didn’t matter…he did what any self respecting Boozer would have. My hat is off to you sir.
Also from Jeremy C.- A Facebook Link to McMillan’s Irish Pub, where they sell Guinness and Bass to you right at the table.
Finally, from Gary – 6 Most surprising ways that alcohol is good for you
Thanks to everyone that submitted, keep them coming. Also, it shows you guys read this and miss me when I actually have to do work :P
Until next week. Cheers.