"Richard Overton, an Army veteran of World War II now living in Austin, Texas, still enjoys cigars and whiskey every day. From The Houston Chronicle: He drives and walks without a cane. During a television interview in March, he told a reporter that he doesn’t take medicine, smokes cigars every day and takes whiskey in his morning coffee. The key to living to his age, he said, is simply “staying out of trouble.” “I may drink a little in the evening too with some soda water, but that’s it,” Overton told Fox News. “Whiskey’s a good medicine. It keeps your muscles tender.”"
(via The Monkeys :: Australian Ad Agency of the year 2 years running :: 61 2 8665 4200)
"Established distilleries’ biggest advantage over small competitors is that they can afford more of an essential ingredient needed to make good whiskey: time."
— That’s an interesting thought. Being big doesn’t always mean being bad. Craft whiskey vs. Jim Beam: Smaller distilleries aren’t necessarily better. (via exitcreative)

occasional emotional breakdowns and bourbon straight from the bottle

aka: morning, noon, night

"I’m running the marathon in four weeks and people ask me what my marathon diet is: Jack Daniel’s."
Bobby Flay is on the right track, but I prefer Jim Beam
Making an Old Fashioned

Making an Old Fashioned

Bourbon 

Bourbon 

Drink Coffee Drink Whiskey

Shot of Jack + Pickleback

Shot of Jack + Pickleback

Whiskey Shelf

Whiskey Shelf

Whiskey + Ice Cube

Whiskey + Ice Cube