Four Years And A Lot Of Views: 11 Things I've Learned Since I Started Blogging
I've learned a lot in the past 4 years
Whiskey blogging takes a lot of hard work and effort
I’ve discovered some favorites
I have regrets about certain whiskeys
Buffalo Trace is…you know…
You can get better at picking out notes, but it takes work and practice
There’s no wrong way to drink whiskey, but there are better ways...
Japan is my favorite place to buy bourbon
Old bourbon is so much better than what we get today
I’ve done 7 or so old vs new comparisons, and the older version has always been drastically different and better.
In hindsight, YouTube might have been better
I've become critical and cynical of most other reviewers and websites with whiskey “content”
There's always the chance that someone steals your content.
Here's to another successful 4 years
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