1 month ago

Somm

1 month ago

Stumbled upon the most amazing collection of handcrafted flasks.

4 months ago
11 months ago
Ichiro Akuto can’t tell you why the whisky he makes tastes the way it does. According to him, nobody can. “It’s a mystery to me,” he says. “There are too many factors to consider – the forest air, the farm where the barley is grown, the water. We just try to do every step as meticulously as we can and we leave the rest to God.” (via Monocle)
(Editor’s note: So this showed up today.)

Ichiro Akuto can’t tell you why the whisky he makes tastes the way it does. According to him, nobody can. “It’s a mystery to me,” he says. “There are too many factors to consider – the forest air, the farm where the barley is grown, the water. We just try to do every step as meticulously as we can and we leave the rest to God.” (via Monocle)

(Editor’s note: So this showed up today.)

11 months ago
Nose: An array of sweet sensations: Werther’s original butterscotch, sticky date pudding, French toast, a hint of diluted mixed berry cordial, vanilla slice: pastry filled vanilla custard topped with white vanilla icing and sprinkled coconut, pumpkin seeds, and oats: light honey poured over porridge.
Taste: Mild. Japanese mugicha (roasted barley tea), spicy butterscotch, Summer Rolls: chocolate coconut bar with nougat. A drop of water adds sweet spice, bitter chocolate, and a presence of Arnott’s Yo-Yo biscuits.
Finish: Moderate, a pinch of cinnamon and bitter chocolate before ending with a light honey biscuit dough and slight vegetal note. (via)
Nose: An array of sweet sensations: Werther’s original butterscotch, sticky date pudding, French toast, a hint of diluted mixed berry cordial, vanilla slice: pastry filled vanilla custard topped with white vanilla icing and sprinkled coconut, pumpkin seeds, and oats: light honey poured over porridge.

Taste:
 Mild. Japanese mugicha (roasted barley tea), spicy butterscotch, Summer Rolls: chocolate coconut bar with nougat. A drop of water adds sweet spice, bitter chocolate, and a presence of Arnott’s Yo-Yo biscuits.

Finish:
 Moderate, a pinch of cinnamon and bitter chocolate before ending with a light honey biscuit dough and slight vegetal note. (via)
1 year ago
Church of The Atom is a nano brewery from Gothenburg, Sweden.

Church of The Atom is a nano brewery from Gothenburg, Sweden.

1 year ago
vicwomg: “…hop in a cab at the airport and ask the driver to take you to the best place for deep-fried chicken, and you are guaranteed to end up at the Prince…” an assertion few have tested. (at The Prince)
(Editor’s note: My favorite bar in Los Angeles. The sister bar is Dimples in San Francisco.)

vicwomg“…hop in a cab at the airport and ask the driver to take you to the best place for deep-fried chicken, and you are guaranteed to end up at the Prince…” an assertion few have tested. (at The Prince)

(Editor’s note: My favorite bar in Los Angeles. The sister bar is Dimples in San Francisco.)

1 year ago

Looking forward to the day when the Boba Guys team can travel and discover new drinks from other countries.

1 year ago
"If you have to ask how much my beer costs, you probably can’t afford it." — J.R. Ewing

"If you have to ask how much my beer costs, you probably can’t afford it." — J.R. Ewing

2 years ago

(Source: colt-rane)