Heat sheets posted today. I can
And then my heart melted into a thick goo and never went solid again.
Last year at the prestigious ( and imperialist) Herzliya conference in Israel, Ben Bernanke, the chief of the federal reserve concluded that the talks and peace process it self resulted in 3% growth of the economy.
We should note here that he said the process , not the actual settlement , but the…
This year my little sister has seen the light of the Tardis and fallen in love with Doctor Who. I think David Tennant and Matt Smith might have had a little something to do with it but I
Bulleit Bourbon. So you’re standing at a hotel bar, squinting to see what single malt might be hiding behind the bottles of flavored vodka or cheap rum, and you begin to lose hope. Maybe you decide it’s worth a shot at a whiskey (add the e), and go for something Irish or American. This was the situation I found myself in. What the hell, try the Bulleit Bourbon (spell check fights that one). And I’m glad I did. Smell is relatively muted, probably more due to the ridiculous rock glass than the whiskey. Taste is clean, neat, vanilla and a hint of sweetness. Very nice, easy to drink, and keeps you interested. A solid Scotch alternative, should you find yourself in a similar situation, though it does lack any serious depth, spice, or complexity, though that’s to be expected given a young bourbon-style whiskey. American bourbon whiskey. 7/10.
I guess you could go for worse stuff: couple years ago I ended up tasting some random cheap whisky, that basically was:
4 chicken breasts
1 head of broccoli (chopped)
1/2 bag of baby carrots (chopped)
1/2 large red onion (diced)
1 large handful of green olives (sliced)
Sri Racha (optional)
“I’m afraid Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart passed away a few months ago,” the nurse tells the Doctor. “It was very peaceful. Talked a lot about you, if that’s any comfort. Always made us pour an extra brandy in case you came round one of these days.”
Can we all just take a moment…