El Tesoro on Flickr.
First the Reposado, now the Anejo. Delicious tequila! And we finally found a place in Cambridge that sells both of them!
It’s been too long since I’ve last blogged. Tax season this year has been rough, and it has been exhausting juggling my primary and seasonal jobs. As a result, many of my other interests suffered and were shelved for future enjoyment.
Now that tax season is over, I sat down this weekend and prioritized what is most important to me and what I need to refocus my time and energy on. It’s nice to know that compared to a few years ago, that I have some meaningful interests that I am passionate about:
Now to find a way to fit 8 hours of sleep per night to prepare for all this activity…
Six years and counting!
I am once again participating in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. This wonderful event is an overnight relay to recognize both cancer survivors and to remember those we lost to cancer. I continue to walk as a member of the Watertown Savings Bank team. The event is being held on June 21-22, 2013 at Victory Field in Watertown, MA.
Please consider sponsoring me. No donation is too small towards the fight against cancer. My goal is to raise at least $250. For an online donation, please visit this website:
Thank you for your support as always!
WhistlePig Straight Rye Whiskey on Flickr.
It’s been an extremely busy month and I’ve still got one more month of tax season to go. It was time to try something new…
I’ve always wanted to try WhistlePig based on friends’ recommendations. But since it is not so cheap, you don’t want a buy a bottle and find out you don’t like it.
Thank heavens for Five Horses Tavern for having it available. I finally ordered it and Ben and I got to melt in pure bliss.
It is 100 proof and a straight rye whiskey aged in new American oak barrels for at least 10 years.
It is surprisingly smooth for a rye. I almost compare it to drinking a Macallan scotch. You get the flare at first taste, but it doesn’t hit the back of your throat like many rye whiskies do. It tastes of mint and oak blended into a yummy glass of happiness.
So now this is my favorite rye. And Ben even loves it! Win!