We made it to the last Friday in June, we are about to pass the half-way mark for 2014, and we think that is a reason to celebrate.
So today, we will celebrate with a delicious liqueur whose manufacture involves French men going into the Alps, gathering flowers, and riding a bicycle down the mountain in order to deliver the blossoms to be made into alcohol.
How old timey and fabulous, right? Don’t you just feel like you have been transported into the French version of Heidi?
We are herby dubbing this Friday liquor spotlight Fancy Friday, because, well, the tequila we are about to discuss ain’t cheap. But that is sort of the point. And trust us, we are not about to tell you to start using this in every drink you make–but, if you want to sip some straight tequila, are having a special event, or want to buy someone a nice bottle for a birthday/anniversary etc, then please look no further than Don Julio Añejo.
Happy Tuesday, all! We have made it to our 4th Tuesday here at The Woman At The Bar, and we think there is no better time to discuss proper shelf life and storage for your precious, precious alcoholic beverages. Sexy, right?
Maybe, maybe not. BUT, it is definitely important–especially since there is a very good chance that some of you have been going about it all wrong for years…but don’t fret, for we are your guardian angels, here to right the wrongs that have been done in the past.