Hey guys. How’s it going?

It’s the weekend and I am treating myself to this lovely Sazerac Rye 👌🏻 😊🇺🇸🥃

I paired it with one of my favorite sticks, the Flor de Copan Monarcas from Honduras 👌🏻🇭🇳💨 this will make for a great evening 😉🥃💨.

Here is my review of the Sazerac Rye:

Nose: Lemon zest and citrus followed by rye black pepper. Caramel, peaches, cinnamon and a hint of fresh pears.

Palate: Crème caramel up front, sweet fruit followed by a subtle rye spice with cinnamon and a hint of oak.

Finish: Medium, crisp and dry. Warm nutmeg and oak lingers a bit.

It’s quite a tasty rye whiskey, aged 6 years and 90 proof. It’s more commonly known as “Baby Saz”. I quite like it 🙂.

People used to ask me: “what’s your favorite rye?” and until now I didn’t really have an answer, as I don’t usually drink rye, so I used to answer “I don’t know, I’m not much of a rye guy” but now, I must say, “the Baby Saz is quite good” 😉

What’s in your glasses this evening? 😊

What rye whisky cocktails do you know and like with rye whiskey?

This will work great in a Manhattan as well, will post something on this soon, so stay tuned 😉

Cheers! 🥃✨🥃.

Baby Saz, rye at first sight
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My name is Andrei, Andrei-Paul Muresan. I’m an IT professional, born in the wonderful year of 1982, in the heart of Transylvania (for people who don’t know, the heart of Transylvania is a city called Cluj-Napoca, located in Eastern Europe, in Romania to be more exact). Here’s a photo of me, just to put a face to the name I mentioned Transylvania because most people are more likely to know where Transylvania is and not where Romania is oh and by the way, vampires, they’re just ghost stories, sorry to disappoint everybody. As you might expect, given my profession, I’m passionate about technology and everything that surrounds it, but I am also a great spirits fan, and when I say spirits I mean scotch, whisk(e)y and cognac, but also spirit based cocktails, and I also enjoy a good cigar (I never say no to a good cigar). I like to mix all that with a good tune and also a good game, I own a couple of game consoles. I am, by no means, an expert in the scotch/whisk(e)y/cognac/cigar world, but I am keen on learning everything there is to know about it, so I’m launching an invitation to you, to join me in this virtual journey as we learn together.

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