Last time we talked about Chocolate Russian Roulette the product (appropriately called Bite The Bullet) was completely out of stock. Thanks to popular demand, Firebox brought it back, this time with an even stronger pepper extract – a concentrated 1 Million Scoville extract.
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The pubs in London are famous all over the world. Some of the best pubs in the world can be found in London. There are so many different types to choose from that each individual can easily identify several different pubs that suit his or her particular tastes. This is just one of the reasons why pubs are a prudent choice for business people.
Well, maybe the title is wrong in calling comic book (graphic novels!) readers “geeks” – geek culture has made reading comic books a lot more acceptable and mainstream, right? Anyway, this community was born to glorify adult pleasures, and there’s nothing like a great book to accompany a glass of Aberlour 12 and a phenomenal Liga, and that certainly includes comic books.
An exciting modern genre-mix told in a pulp magazine style.
Here at WhiskyING we like playing certain games, preferably those involving afflicting some kind of pain to our beloved friends. How about Russian Roulette? Too messy? No more brains all over the rug – in these modern Russian Roulette games, worst case scenario is a really painful visit to the porcelain throne.
Two games, one with a ridiculously hot pepper hidden with 12 chocolate bullets, and another with drops of liquid pepper added to a random slice of pizza, promise to spice up any party.
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The floods caused by the St. Vrain river around Longmont, Colorado, destroyed homes and businesses alike, and Left Hand Brewing was one of the affected. Forced to evacuate, the brewery’s team laid down malt bags in lieu of sand bags, said a spokeswoman in a statement to the Westword. With clearance from the National Guard, the brewery now plans to reopen the tap room and is now focused on its upcoming Oktoberfest celebration this Friday and Saturday in Roosevelt Park. Read more →
Two-color, Barber Pole style cigar, a rather stylish Ogre. Part of Asylum 13 line, this 7×70, delivers hints of hay, cream, coco, vanilla, and more.
Malt master David Stewart’s latest creations are set to reach US stores late Oct. Check out the traditional oak single barrel and TUN 1509!
We’ve talked about the Ardbeg Galileo (12 y/o) and the Uigeadail (? y/o), but this younger version is pretty wild. Check out our TEN review.