Tag: Boozeography

Gin Review – The London No. 1


Labor Day has passed us by and the kids are back in school, but that doesn’t mean that summer is completely over. According to MY calendar, it doesn’t end until September 22nd at 4:01PM EST, which of course means that we still have some warm days ahead. Days […]

Whisky Review – Kilchoman Loch Gorm


This isn’t our first trip down the Kilchoman Loch Gorm road. Back in September of 2016, we published a review of this whisky along with a dessert idea that was inspired by a West Coast Office Tweet which paired Islay whisky with vanilla ice cream and freshly cracked […]

Jim Beam Bourbon Infusion


This was a fun little experiment courtesy of our friend Rob… Take an 8 ounce Mason jar. Add one teaspoon of bitter orange peel (the kind you would use to make a Belgian Wit. He picked up a bag at his local homebrewer supply shoppe) and a teaspoon […]

Whisky Review – Crown Royal Deluxe


According to the official Crown Royal website, their Fine Deluxe Blended Canadian Whisky goes all the way back to 1939. Here’s the official story in its entirety… In 1939, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth made history when they became the first reigning monarchs to visit Canada, arriving by […]

Booze Review – Crown Royal Vanilla


We (and by we I mean snobby booze bloggers such as ourselves) can poke fun at flavored whisky all we want, but there’s no denying their popularity with the booze drinking public. This is where you ask… “How do you know this, G-LO? Did you conduct extensive market […]