It isnt often that you get a two-color, Barber Pole style cigar, and even less often that you get to see a green wrapper. But this rather stylish Ogre, from Asylum, delivers delicious hints of hay, cream, and even some coco and vanilla. The 7×70 beast requires some commitment (90-115min at least), but it’s a truly unique experience. Full review below:
We’re big fans of The Balvenie family here, and it’s hard to find somebody that wont appreciate the hard work of master blender David Stewart, so we were pretty excited to hear their 2 new offerings are coming to select states in the US in late October. The Balvenie TUN 1509 Batch 1 and the Single Barrel, Traditional Oak, aged 25 years.
Originally posted to Reddit by FerdThePenguinGuy.
We’ve talked about the Ardbeg Galileo (12 y/o) and the Uigeadail (? y/o), but this younger version is pretty wild. We’ve seen this get some mixed reviews in the past, but I’m definitely a fan. All that said, let’s get into it.
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.
If you ever needed a reason to become an environmentalist, consider this:
Without forests there is no wine, no wine, no scotch…
Suddenly, protecting the environment takes a whole new meaning as you tenderly grasp your glass of Aberlour 12. In the infographic below, you see how a 70-80 year old oak tree produces only 2 64 gallon barrels:
When one travels to China, there are many wonders to be seen, but none are dearer to a Jack Daniel’s fan than its bastard brother, Jack Knight. The pictures below showcase the delightful concoction in its original capsule, and leave little to be said.
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.