There's whiskey in the jar and there's whiskey in your heart. We're not saying you like to drink a lot, we're just saying it's uncanny how quickly alcohol disappears when you're around. In fact, making whiskey disappear may just be your superpower. And why not? Whiskey makes the world go around, and sometimes it can make the whole room spin.
When it comes to whiskey, there is a lot to enjoy because there are endless varieties. You've got Scotch whiskey with its peaty varieties, its mossy varieties and its rarities from the Isle of Skye. There's Irish whiskey of all kinds, that make every day St. Patty's Day. Our neighbors to the north have survived centuries of bitter Canadian winters by swigging Crown Royal and Canadian Mist. And when you're feeling patriotic, get red, white and whiskey by spending time with your homegrown American buddies, Jack Daniels and Jim Beam.
Whiskey is one of the things that make life worth living. In fact, if you were asked what your favorite things were we bet you'd say sugar and spice and whiskey on ice. It goes down easy, doesn't it? Like a warm shot to the gut. Of course, any way you drink the fruit of the corn, it's going to taste good, whether you take it neat, on the rocks or in a cocktail.
You might be surprised to learn that there are people in the world who don't love whiskey. You'll know them by the sad look in their eyes and their tendency to lecture you about the evils of alcohol. Don't get wrapped up in a pointless argument with these people. Just look them dead in the eye and ask them Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (WTF)?
At I Love Apparel we appreciate the fine qualities of a good distilled product as much as the next girl or guy. We've been known to over-imbibe, it's true, but just a little and only when absolutely necessary. There are times, after all, when we all need a little kick. Or a big kick, let's be honest. There are times when nothing else will do because we're staring into our steaming mug of double-shot Starbucks and all we can say is, "Step aside, coffee, this is a job for alcohol."