A few days after our honey beer comparison, Ivy, Stephen, and I shared a bottle of the BX Cidery’s the Crackwhip, a cider with hops. Back in the summer of 2015, I visited the BX Cidery and wrote a post about it, with the fullest of intentions to conduct more reviews. It took me awhile, but I have finally done another review on one of their ciders!
A couple of weeks ago, my sister came to visit in Victoria. She stayed for about a week, and during that time we had many wondrous tasting experiences with our friends. One of these tasting sessions did not directly involve her, but instead our friend Stephen. Whilst browsing the liquor store together for something new to try, Stephen and I each decided to grab a different six-pack of honey beer. It was only natural that we would then do a tasting comparison!
I like graham crackers; you probably like graham crackers; many people like graham crackers… but I bet you don’t know the reason why graham crackers were invented. Trust me, the reason will shock you!
This inexpensive ginger wine is a great thing to have on hand for that little extra something after dinner or before bed.
A Mail Art St. Patrick’s Day/Springtime/Birthday card from my sister.
Gordon Graham’s Black Bottle from Burn Stewart is a relatively recent addition to the liquor stores of British Columbia. When I first noticed it my curiosity was piqued, but having no prior knowledge of it, and no knowledge of the brand in general, I viewed it with a blank slate of opinion. That is, until a Scotch loving young friend of mine recommended it as a good bargain buy.