Warming indeed! ;)Mine is up too!Happy weekend! :)
I prefer Irish Whiskey, myself...:-)But any warmth in a chilly port, I always say!Thanks for dropping by!
Don't drink the stuff... but I've heard it will WARM you up! Great shot!
that does say warm - totally - it makes me think of sitting by a fireplace and sipping.
Somehow, I'm glad my parents decided not to emigrate to Canada after all :-)Peter in Belgium (7°C/45°F, rain)
Oh yes, very definitely warming - fire water indeed!
Nice shot.I used to love scotch - I preferred single malts and drank them neat. But now I don't even like the smell of them. Weird how we change over time.
This as a fresh take on the theme. Good one.
Now thats a very interesting take on the theme!! Good one!!!
Although I don't enjoy the taste of scotch, I do associate it with warmth and getting overheated. Sort of like having hot flashes, if I remember correctly. Good choice. xox
My husband tells me that is very warming indeed. I'm not a whisky drinker (smells like old gumboots to me) but there is a Dram Fest here in my city next weekend which the husband and some friends are going to.
So do I RJ Flamingo, but I should hold up the ancestral home's distilleries.I'm with you on the single malts, neat Citizen and it is sad to have tastes change.A Dram Fest for a weekend! Hope he enjoys it Amanda.
Yes, it is rather like that,Irene!!
Sorry I don't have enough to share (can you see the bottle is now empty?)Thanks for visiting Vita Char Vanilla
Had a difficult time coming up with inspiration ancient one, alice audrey, furkids mom then this suddenly appeared!Can you not handle our winters, Peter? This is what scotch was made for.
Now that's a great way to keep warm! :)
and I am finishing off that little tumbler now, A, as the winds whips the snow around outside.
I agree with RJ Irish whiskey, a splash of Baileys in a cup of joe works for me...
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