Smooth, sometimes with a hint of sweet or spice, there’s nothing better than a glass of bourbon to end a day with. Of course, how good that final drink of the day is depends on which classic American whiskey is filling your glass. Some of us drink to alleviate us from the worries of the day, but nothing can kill that more than a shot of overpriced or imitation bourbon that doesn’t do the 20th century American drink any justice. Just because a whiskey is pricey doesn’t mean it’s going to go down smooth and have a nice flavor. In fact, sticking to this mindset is a good way to end a day on a disappointing note.
Nothing ends a day better than a cold glass of whiskey. Well, maybe two cold glasses… or three or, well, you get the point. When you’re winding down for the evening or just need a break from the monotony of daily life, it’s always good to have a good bottle of scotch whiskey to turn to; but how much should you be paying for that bottle?
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Not everything has to be an expensive brew flown in from some mysterious mill in Russia. Sometimes it’s okay to kicked back with a cheap beer delivered from good ‘ole St. Louis, MO. Don’t let anybody tell you you’re not allowed to enjoy one of those staple beers that people usually throw shade at, especially if it’s something you can tolerate and it’s light on the wallet.
Picture it: it’s been a long day at work, your feet are aching and your throat is scratchy. All you can think to do is kick back with a refreshing cold one, so you head to your fridge, pop it open, and find yourself faced with a dilemma: Bottle or Can?