Walt says the guy knows what he is doing. I trust Walt. I trust him because . . .
posted by Sheila Ryan in advice, alcohol, international | * | 6 comments
Wonder if that version comes in a plastic bottle with a screw cap too.
The regular version does, and I laughed and wondered what rotgut I’d purchased the first time I consumed it. Until I drank it. Check the number of awards the stuff has, by the way.
Anybody with $70 CDN who wants to buy me a numbered bottle of the Confederation Oak Reserve will be my friend forever.
Oh yeah, in case you’re wondering – the weird name is because the distillery is near Forty Creek, which is forty miles from Niagara Falls.
Trust me. I’m Canadian. My new motto.
Walt, if I find the source of Forty Creek Whisky will I you? Perhaps bathing in it or doing eye shots? (Shudders) Is there some way of typing a shudder?
There are many Canadians that I trust so I guess another just adds wood to the fire.
And yet so few Canadians for so much territory.
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