"To capture the hearts of the fair,
No matter what may be your age, you always may cut a fine dash, you will suit all the girls to a hair, if you've only got a moustache, a moustache, a moustache, If you've only got a #moustache " #stephenfoster#eisenmanwhisky#songs
So my baking skills were put to the test in my local office RSPCA annual cupcake bake off. Not only dud we raise $222 for the charity, I also took out first prize of master baker for my 'Death by Chocolate' signature cupcakes.
Beard Myths You'd Want to Know
Myth: A beard requires connectors between the moustache and goatee to look good/complete.
Reality: If you look around, you'll see lots of guys with missing connectors, but chances are you never really thought "Great beard, if only the connectors were filled in". The truth is that when looking at other people we tend to see the beard as a whole and how it suits the man, not the missing parts. But when looking at ourselves, we focus on what is not perfect. It is a good idea, however, to even things out. If one connector is weak or missing, shave the other to match. Symmetry is much more important that complete fullness.
Day 41 of #100bourbons100days and second day in a row at home in #colorado drinking #colonelehtaylor#smallbatchbourbon#100proof and (reposting) a little reading on #bondedbourbon below from mentalfloss #bourbon#kentuckybourbon#americanwhiskey#notanalcoholic#becomeanalcoholicin100days#beardsandbourbon#beardsofinstagram
You might see, on a bottle, Bottled-in-Bond or Bonded. This means the bourbon was made at a single distillery, by one distiller in one distillation season, aged for at least four years in a federally bonded and supervised warehouse, and bottled at 100 proof.
Bonded bourbons came about in the late 1800s, when some distilleries were to turning a quick buck on harsher, unaged bourbons and adding anything from fruit syrups to tobacco to improve the color and flavor. As American Whiskey Reviews explains, the distilleries that churned out these “rectified whiskies” had a leg up on more proper bourbon makers in terms of production time and costs, allowing them to control much of the whiskey market. To protect themselves, distillers lobbied Congress to lay down the above standards in the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897, giving their products a mark of government-guaranteed quality assurance and a fighting chance in the market.
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