Can This Be The End Of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey?

I don’t know if you follow the news about every little thing that goes on in the world. But, have you heard that some parts of the United Kingdom have pulled Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey from the shelves of stores? Now you may be asking yourself why, and we will be getting to that a little bit latter on in the article. So, stick around for a little while and we be talking about more on this subject. This may be causing some concern here in the United States as well. Forcing the food and drug administration to take a closer look at why the UK has decided to pull this favorite whiskey of a lot of people from the shelves. I for one am hoping that the whiskey does not end up getting pulled from the stores here in the US. I just recently discovered how good this whiskey is in cola as a mixed drink. Can this be the end of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey? I sure hope not.

Why Is It Going Away?Last Call:

I am not saying that this popular whiskey is going to disappear from liquor stores here in the United States. With a few parts of the United Kingdom removing the product from its stores, may cause the FDA to take a closer look at why the UK did remove it from sales.

So, why exactly did the UK remove this much liked whiskey from being sold? well, they found that the product contained an ingredient that is commonly found in antifreeze. Ethelyn Glycol. I know, that sounds bad, but, this ingredient is in a lot of things other than coolant for our cars.

In small quantities, it is not harmful when ingested. The amount of the ingredient that is in Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey is so minuscule that you have no reason to be afraid of drinking it. I myself just had a drink with it on this past Thursday, and I feel 100% fine. Granted that I am not having a bunch of drinks of this liquor, Like I said small amounts will not harm you.

Don’t Be Afraid:Fear:

I bet, that if you take a look at some more popular products on the market, you will fin some funky ingredients in them as well. We are talking about items that you use on a day to day basis. Go ahead, I dare you to take a look at some every day products in your home that you use on a daily basis. Look at the ingredients that are in the deodorant that you use every morning. Some of them contain aluminum.

Did I shock you with that one? Are you going to stop using deodorant now, and go around stinking all day? I certainly am not going to stop using it. and why should I? For the same reason that I am not going to stop drinking Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey. As long as they keep it on the shelf, I will continue to buy, ans consume the product.

Before I forget to mention it, if you use any of the links in this post, and purchase this fantastic whiskey before they decide to get rid of it, you can save 17% off the regular price. Just my way of trying to help you save some money, What do you think of that my friends? I am more than happy to help you save money.

Live Your Life:Life To It's Fullest

Sorry, but you can go through life worrying about what might kill you. You can walk out your front door this morning and be shot down. Or perhaps, god forbid you end up in a car accident on the way to work or on the way home from work. Maybe you slip in the shower and hit your head on the water spicket. No, I am not wishing ill will on you, all I am saying is that anything can happen at any time.

If we spend our lives thinking of what could happen to us, we never end up leaving the house. Who wants to live like that? I certainly do not, do you? Life gave me a second chance a few years back.

When I was at the young age of 37 I ended up having a heart attack, the widow maker is what the doctors said. Today I am 53 years young. So, I know a thing about wanting to live, and this was not my first brush with death. The first time was on the USS Midway, I got blown by the exhaust of an F18 fighter jet. If it were’nt for an aircraft maintenance person that was on the fantail of the ship who reached out and grabbed me by my float-coat, I would have been shark food. Thank God he was there at that time.

Stop worrying:despair:

 

you can go through life wondering what will kill you, because we have no idea when our time here on earth is going to end. This is why I say live life to it’s fullest. Stop worrying about every little thing that can go wrong. Go get out there and have some fun. Take a trip, go see some friends or family members.

The country is starting to open up a little bit here and there. We have a vaccine now, did you get your yet? I myself, my wife as well as my son who lives with us went and got our shots this past Thursday. The sooner everyone gets vaccinated, the sooner we can all get back to a more normal life.

I do not know what a normal life is going to look like after two years of being quarintened, but they say that the country is on the brink of an economic recovery, with more jobs being available, and less travel restrictions to follow. I don’t know about you, but all of this sounds pretty darn good to me. How does it sound to you? Can you wait for things to get back to normal?

Be Safe:Safety First:

It has been an uphill battle for just about everyone in the world lately, even though we have vaccines now, now is not the time to start going downhill. Do you want end up right back at square one, like we were last year? Yes go out and get a vaccine, but, please remember to continue to wear a mask when you are in public.

No matter how safe you think a place is, there is always the possibility that someone has not gotten their vaccine shot, and can pass the virus on to you. The vaccine does not make you ten feet tall and bullet proof. That’s what the whiskey is for. Can this be the end of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey? I do not have the answer to that question at this moment. I will let you know the moment that I find out.

Remember to drink responsibly, and never drink and drive. The life you save may very well be your own. Sincerely: John D. Have a blessed day my friends.

Different Degrees Of Alcoholism: alcohol use disorder.

Normally I write an article and include a few cocktail recipes. Today I am want to talk about the abuse of alcohol use and the affects it can have on a person. Now, there are different degrees of alcoholism, and everyone has a different definition of what an alcoholic is. The program that I attended while in the navy ( NADSAP ) navy alcohol drug and substance abuse program. This was a mandatory class that everyone in the navy had to take, whether we had a problem. They defined an alcoholic as anyone who drinks alcohol, even if you only drink one night a year. In other words, if you drink alcohol, you are an alcoholic. Another definition is someone who’s drinking is out of control, like if you lose your job, car or house due to your drinking, then you are an alcoholic. ->->->CLICK HERE<-<-<- for all your alcohol needs.

Alcohol Disorder:Alcohol Abuse:

This is a level that includes the term alcoholism. It is a pattern of alcohol use that involves problems controlling your drinking. Being preoccupied with alcohol, continuing to use alcohol even when it causes problems. Having to drink more in order to achieve the same affects, or having withdrawal symptoms when you rapidly decrease, or stop drinking all together.

Unhealthy alcohol use includes any alcohol use that puts your health or safety at risk, or causes other alcohol-related problems. This also includes binge drinking- a pattern of drinking where a male consumes five or more alcoholic beverages within a two-hour time period. Or for females who consume at least four alcoholic beverages within a two-hour time period. Binge drinking causes a wide range of health and safety risks.

If your pattern of drinking results in repeated significant distress and problems functioning in your daily life, you more then likely have alcohol use disorder. It can range from mild to severe. However, even a mild disorder can escalate and lead to serious problems, so early treatment is very important.

Symptoms:Serious Problems:

Alcohol use disorder can be mild, moderate, or severe, based on the number of symptoms that you experience. Signs and symptoms may include:

1) Being able to limit the amount of alcohol you consume.

2) Wanting to cut down on the amount of alcohol you drink, or making unsuccessful attempts do so.

3) Spending a lot of time drinking, getting alcohol or recovering from the use of alcohol

4) Feeling a strong craving or urge to consume alcohol

5)failing to fulfill major obligations at work, school, or home due to repeated use of alcohol

6) continuing to consume alcohol even though you know that it’s causing physical, social, or interpersonal problems

7) Giving up or reducing social and work activities, as well as any hobbies that you normally enjoy doing

8) Using alcohol in situations where it is not safe, such as driving a motor vehicle or when swimming

9) Developing a tolerance to alcohol so you need to more to feel it’s affects or you have a reduced effect from the same amount

10) Experiencing withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating, and shaking, when you do not drink, or drinking to avoid these symptoms

Alcohol use disorder can include periods of alcohol intoxication and symptoms of withdrawal

* Alcohol intoxication results as the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream increases. The higher the blood alcohol concentration is, the more impaired you become. Alcohol intoxication causes behavior problems and mental changes. These may include inappropriate behavior, unstable moods, impaired judgment, slurred speech, impaired attention or memory, and poor concentration. You can also have periods called ” Blackouts”, where you do not remember current events. Very high blood alcohol levels can lead to coma or even death.

* Alcohol withdrawal can occur when alcohol use has been heavy and prolonged, and is then stopped or greatly reduced. It can occur in several hours to four to five days later. signs and symptoms include sweating, a rapid heart beat, hand tremors, problems sleeping, nausea and vomiting, hallucinations, restlessness and agitation, anxiety, and occasionally seizures. Symptoms can be severe enough to impair your ability to function at work or in social situations.

What Is Considered 1 drink?One Drink:

The national institute on alcohol abuse and alcoholism defines one standard drink as any one of these.

1) 12 ounces of regular beer ( about five percent alcohol content)

2) 8-9 ounces of malt liquor ( about 7 percent alcohol content )

3) 5 ounces of unfortified wine ( about 12 percent alcohol content)

4) 1 and a half ounces of hard liquor ( about 40 percent alcohol content)

Prolonged use of these can cause major health problems. The biggest problem being damage to your liver. The liver is the organ that filters out the impurities in our bloodstreams. Once the liver fails, you can end up with jaundice, ( yellowing of the skin and eyes ) Also you can end up with hepatitis. When our liver does not function properly, other organs in our bodies start to fail as well. In other words drinking too much is killing us.

When To See A Doctor:

If, you feel that you sometimes drink too much alcohol, or your drinking is causing problems as mentioned above, or your family is concerned about your drinking, Chad, talk with your doctor. Other ways to get help include talking with a mental health professional or seeking help from a support group such as Alcoholics Anonymous or a similar type of self-help group.

Because denial is so common, you may not feel like you have a problem with drinking. You might not recognize how much you drink or how many problems there are in your life that are related to alcohol use. Listen to relatives Chad, friends or co-workers when they ask you to examine your drinking habits or to seek help. Consider talking with someone who has had a drinking problem, and was able to stop, someone like me. Although, I have not completely stopped.

I am an alcoholic, I still have a drink every once in a while. I now have my alcohol use under control, and am able to enjoy a cocktail or two once in a while. No longer do I start to drink, and not stop. And I never drink and drive a motor vehicle of any type. That includes ATV’S. And motorcycles.

If Your Loved One Needs Help:

Many people with alcohol use disorder hesitate to get treatment due to the fact that they do not recognize that they have a problem. An intervention from loved ones can be of some help. This does not work for everyone, it can actually cause them to drink more. Some people who use an excessive amount of alcohol. Realize that they have a problem, and except the fact, and that they need professional help. If, you are concerned about someone who drinks too much, ask a professional who is experienced in alcohol treatment for some advice on how to approach that person.

* Causes of alcoholism:

Genetics play a big factor. Children who have parents that drink too much are very likely to grow up and have the same problem, psychological, social and environmental factors can impact how drinking alcohol affects your body and behavior. Theories suggest that for certain people drinking, has a different and stronger impact that can lead to these different stages of alcoholism. Over time drinking too much alcohol may change the normal function of the areas of your brain associated with the experience of pleasure, judgment, and the ability to exercise control over your behavior. This may result in cravings for alcohol, in order to restore good feelings, or reduce negative ones.

If, you feel like your loved one needs help with a drinking problem. Do not hesitate to talk to someone who is capable of dealing with this type of situation. Alcoholism can destroy life as well as hurt the people around you. Do something about the problem, before the problem takes care of you.

Start The New Year With Diet Friendly Cocktails: New craft spirits.

First off, congratulations, you made it through the year of 2020. Now that we are in 2021 it is time to get down to the brass taxes. Have you gotten your gym membership yet? Yeah, I have not done so as well. Was one of your new years resolutions to lose some weight? Want to get that flabby body of 2020 back into shape, and ready for the beach this summer? Think that you have to give up all those cocktails that we love so much? You know that they are loaded down with a ton of calories as well as carbohydrates. I don’t know about you, but I for one am not willing to give up my cocktails. This article will be dedicated to bringing you a few drinks that are keto friendly, as well as sugar free. This way, you can still have a cocktail or two, and still keep on track for your weight loss goals. You can get back in shape, and still drink with these new year diet friendly cocktails.

Keto Spicy Margaritas:Keto Spicy Margarita:

Ingredients:

1) 4 ounces of Swoon Margarita Mixer

2) 1 ounce of Jaun More Time Tequila Blanco

3) 1 ounce of Swoon Simple Syrup

4) 1/2 of a jalapeno sliced

5) 1 ounce of lime juice

To Make; Squeeze the lime juice into a cocktail shaker, add the Swoon Margarita mixer, Swoon Simple Syrup, and the tequila. Shake well. Strain into a margarita glass with some ice. Add jalapeno rounds to the glass and stir. Sit back and enjoy after a hard workout. You deserve it.

Spirits Used:

Swoon Simple Syrup

Swoon Margarita Mixer

Jaun More Time Tequila

Paleo Margarita:Paleo Margarita:

Ingredients:

1) 2 ounces of Jaun More Time Tequila

2) 1 ounce of lime juice

3) 1 ounce of Swoon Simple Syrup

4) 1 ounce of orange juice

To Make; Combine all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously for 10 seconds. Strain into a margarita glass filled with some fresh ice. Garnish with a lime wheel. And enjoy. Do not skip the garnish, trust me on this one.

Spirits Used:

Jaun More Time Tequila Blanco

Swoon Simple Syrup

Low Carb Tom Collins:

Ingredients:

1) 1 1/2 ounces of Sugar- Free Gin

2) 2 Tablespoons of Lemon Juice

3) 8 ounces of Seltzer

4) 1 Packet of Stevia low calorie sweetener

5) Lemon slices

To Make; Mix gin, lemon juice, and the Stevia low calorie sweetener in a glass. Add club soda to taste, and then add ice cubes. Garnish with the lemon slices. Since the traditional garnish of cherries is two grams of carbohydrates each, you may want to skip them. Lemon or lime slice are lower in carbs. Plus they can add a little zing to the cocktail.

Spirits Used:

Mr. Tom’s Certified Sugar-Free Gin

Keto Rum Punch:Low Carb Rum Punch:

Ingredients:

1) 2 ounces of Coconut Rum

2) 8 ounces of Diet V8 Splash Tropical Blend

3) 1/8 teaspoon of Tropical Punch Kool-Aid ( unsweetened )

4) Ice cubes

To Make; Combine the V8 Splash Tropical Blend, Tropical Kool-Aid mix, and ice cubes in a cocktail shaker, and shake for 20 seconds, or until the powder mix is fully dissolved. Pour into a glass with fresh ice cubes. Serve immediately with a fruit garnish of orange wedges, and a little umbrella. For the ambiance.

Spirits Used:

Wicked Dolphin Coconut Rum

Vegan Whiskey Sour:

Ingredients:

1) 1 Tablespoon of Aquafaba

2) 3 ounces of Koval Bourbon Whiskey

3) 2 ounces of lemon juice

4) 2 ounces of Swoon Simple Syrup

5) 2 Maraschino Cherries

To Make; Shake the Aquafaba in a cocktail shaker for 30 seconds until frothy. Add in the whiskey, lemon juice, simple syrup, and ice to the shaker. Shake all the ingredients together thoroughly. Strain into a rocks glass ( short glass ) filled with fresh ice. Then garnish with the maraschino cherries. This one is sure to impress your friends.

Spirits Used:

Koval Bourbon Whiskey

Swoon Simple Syrup

Low Sugar Vodka Soda:Sugar Free Vodka:

Ingredients:

1) 1 1/2 ounces of Sugar-Free Vodka

2) Half an ounce of Swoon Simple Syrup

3) 1 ounce of lemon juice

4) A splash of club soda

5) Orange slices

6) Maraschino cherry

To Make; Pour the vodka, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a Collins glass, or a highball glass ( tall glass ) with some ice cubes. Stir thoroughly. Top off with a splash of club soda. And garnish with a cherry as well as an orange slice. And enjoy.

Spiced Bourbon Toddy:

Ingredients:

1) 2 ounces of Fire Oak Texas Bourbon

2) 3 cups of spiced Cranberry Toddy Mixture

3) 1/4 cup of Maple Syrup

4) Orange slices and cinnamon sticks

To Make; In a mug or a short cocktail glass, rim with some light brown sugar. Add bourbon and fill with the toddy mixture. Garnish with orange slices and cinnamon sticks.

For the spiced toddy mixture: In a saucepan add 2 cups of cranberry juice with half an orange, sliced, 2 cinnamon sticks, 1 teaspoon of ginger, 2 anise stars, 5 teaspoons of whole cloves. Bring juices to a simmer, add spices and simmer for an additional 15 minutes. Add 1/2 teaspoon of maple syrup and combine well. Strain out spices. For a time saver you can put all the spices in a cheese cloth ball. Then all you have to do is remove the ball and discard the spices.

Spirits Used:

Fire Oak Texas Bourbon

Time Traveler:

Drink a couple of these and you will feel like you traveled in time.

Ingredients:

1) 2 ounces of Ghost Coast Bourbon Whiskey

2) 3/4 of an ounce of Ghost Coast Carthusian Bitters

3) 1/2 an ounce of Ghost Coast Chalmers Cherry Almond Liqueur

4) 1 Dash of Aztec Chocolate Bitters

To Make; Add all ingredients into a mixing glass filled with ice and stir. Strain over a double rocks glass with a large format ice cube. And enjoy.

Spirits Used:

Chalmers Cherry Almond Liqueur

Third Release Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Carthusians Bitters

I truly hope that you decide to start the new year with diet friendly cocktails, and give a few of these recipes using craft spirits a try.

Remember to drink responsibly, and never drink and drive, the life you save may very well be your own Sincerely: your friend John D. Have a blessed day friends.

 

 

use of alcohol with diabetes:

Today I would like to talk about the use of alcohol with diabetes, as well as the effects it has on the body. Please keep in mind that I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on TV.

WHAT IS DIBETES:finger stick

Diabetes is a disease, where the body can no longer produce insulin, or produce enough insulin. This causes the body to not be able to process sugar the way it is meant to do. There is two types of diabetes.

First, there is type one diabetes. Type one is where you develop diabetes at an early stage in life. Sometimes we are born with it. This is a lifetime journey with the disease.

Second is type two, this is when we develop the disease later in life. Usually as a result of our diet and the lack of exercise. Go figure we work all day, go home and have a nice relaxing drink, and our reward for this, is a nasty little disease called diabetes. Yes I said nasty, because of what this disease does to the body, in which it causes havoc on all the organs. And we have to constantly check and regulate the blood sugar levels. We will get into the effects later in this post. Next you probably want to know if you can use alcohol with diabetes. So I am going to answer this question for you, sit back grab a drink and relax while I answer you.Heavy Beers

Use of alcohol with diabetes:

Can we use alcohol with diabetes, this is the big question for today, drum roll please, yes we can use alcohol with diabetes. We just have to be cautious, and use some restraint. What do I mean by restraint? Simple do not sit there and drink a twelve pack, have two or three.

Plus there are some changes that we can make that will allow us to enjoy the use of alcohol with diabetes. Let us touch base on two of those changes now. The first change we can make is switch to a light beer. Stop laughing, in today s market there are a lot of flavorful light beers available for purchase. The biggest thing we have to look out for is total net carbohydrates. Guess what, carbohydrates are in all the stuff we love to eat. You know, like bread products, rice, and also those nice sweet white wines that everyone loves to sip on at the end of a long day. However, there is good news. Like I said switching to light beer is a step in the right direction. For me, I have started drinking Michelob ultra. I find it to be a full-bodied beer, that is very refreshing. I am more than likely going to have one after I am done writing this article.

Red, Red Wine:

Red wine with friendsFor those of us that enjoy a nice glass of wine with friends, at the end of a long day. Switching to a red wine verses a white wine is a better use of alcohol with diabetes. Me personally, I have always liked red wine over white wine. I have always felt that white wine is too dry for my taste. Plus red wine has more benefits for your health than white wine does. What benefits do you say?

First off red wine is rich in antioxidants, this is real good for the blood stream. It helps enrich the blood with oxygen. Red wine is also good for the cardiovascular health. Meaning that is good for the heart. And the best benefit of red wine is that it has fewer of those nasty little carbohydrates. Red wine also helps the blood vessels get oxygen rich blood throughout our bodies. Keeping the veins open can lower blood pressure, as well as help reduce the risk of having a heart attack. Trust me you do not want that. Take it from someone who has been there and done that. Alright it is getting close to quitting time. And I promised to talk about the effects of the use of alcohol with diabetes.

 

Affects diabetes has on the body:

Live HeartHaving diabetes has several effects on our bodies. I compiled a list for you, as of my knowledge. Remember I am not a doctor   nor do I play one on TV.

1: diabetes causes issues with the eys, loss of site is possible if we are not careful with our sugar levels.

2: CAD ( coronary artery disease) Too much sugar in the blood stream causes clotting, and can lead to a heart attack.

3: abnormal sugar can cause problems with our livers, like we need that when we’e already causing that problem from drinking alcohol.

4: Kidney disease, Diabetes is known to shut down the kidneys. Then we have to go on dialysis. Nobody wants to go to a hospital a couple of days a week, and be hooked to a machine to filter out our kidneys.

5: Loss of limb, ( a leg, arm, or toes) usually it starts with the doctors removing one or more of your toes.

I’m sure that there are a whole slews of other problems that diabetes can cause. But this is not a medical site, after all this is a place for alcohol. I just wanted to inform you that we can use alcohol with diabetes. We just need to make a few changes.in our drinking habits

Don’t Worry Be Happy:

I don’t want you to worry about the use of alcohol with diabetes. If we do nothing but worry, we will never live. Life is more fun when we sit back and enjoy a cocktail or two now and then. Please remember every thing in this site are the views of the owner of the site. That is me. All that I want for you, my readers is to have some fun, and enjoy life as much you possibly can. Before I leave you I want to add, that if you have diabetes, and you decide to have a cocktail or two, you should consider eating something before or during your drinking. This will aid in low blood sugar, that can send you to the hospital.

As always please be safe out there, don’t drink and drive. Drink responsibly.

Love always: John D. And god bless.

MY STORY

I’d like to welcome you to loveofspirits.com I appreciate you stopping by here, even if it’s just for a brief time. I hope that you enjoy your visit while you’re here. It is my hope that you find the content  interesting, and that you feel abliged to let your friends,and family know that you found the content of this site to be helpful for you.

Hi thank you for stopping by today, my name is John Denekar, yes this is my real name. You may wonder why I decided to  start a site about alcohol.  Well let’s take a short trip back to 1970, that is when I was three years old. We we’re living in Rochester  New York. My father was in the United States navy. One day him and my mother had a backyard barbecue,  my father had some friends from his ship over for this gathering.

So since I was three years old  at the time my parents placed me in a play pen to keep me from running off. The play pen was placed over by father and the grill. Now we can get  to the fun part of my story. My father’s chief petty officer  was helping with the grill. There was a small table by the grill, my father’s chief would set his beer down on this table while he tended to the food. Now guess who’s play pen was next to the table. Yup, that’s right,  it was me in my play pen.

I’m pretty sure you can guess what happens in this story now. However I think that I will paint the picture for you.  So every time the chief would put his beer down, I would reach up, grab the beer, drink it and place the empty bottle back on the table. Now the chief couldn’t figure out what happened to his beer, so he would go grab another cold one from  the cooler, then come back to grill, and set his beer on the table. I would again pick up the beer, drink it, and place the empty bottle back on the table. This happened three times in total. My father and his chief finally figured out what was going on with his beers. But not until I was found fast asleep, curled up in the corner of my play pen with a empty beer bottle in my hand.

Now let’s fast forward to the 80’s.  When I  was a teenager,  pretty much when all of us were trying just about everything under the sun. So of course I found ways to get a hold of some beer for a party in the woods, or perhaps something stronger to drink. Like teenagers do. Then my high school graduation when my mother got two full kegs. Shortly after, I left home to attend bootcamp for the US navy, following in my father’s footsteps.  Since I was not of legal age to drink, I had to go without. Atleast until my first duty station. I was sent to Japan to serve on the USS Midway. Now in Japan, you can drink alcohol no matter what age you are. I was still stationed there when I got the call that my mother had passed away.  I  came home for the funeral, not being of legal drinking age. Fortunately for me, I had friends who were of legal age. Plus having a military ID helped me to purchase beer. Returning to Japan allowed me to live inside the bottle. I had a rough time after loosing my mother, I actually lost myself for a long time. Even when I  transferred to my second duty station in California, I found ways to get alcohol until I turned 21.

After I finished my military service, I  came back home to New York state, I married the love of my life and we have five children together. Now at the age of 53 I still drink, but I do it occasionally and responsibly.  So alcohol has been a part of my life ,my whole life. I guess you can say that I’m a alcoholic.  I never went to alcoholics anonymous or any other support group. I had my wife, and kids to keep from going over the edge. I just figured out, you can still have a drink without going overboard.

My whole purpose for this website is to show that you can still have a cocktail or two, and still keep it in control. My drinking pretty much ruined my career in the United States navy. I don’t want you to loose whatever is important in your life.

You can still enjoy a drink or two and not be a jackass to the people that you love. Whether they are a family member or a close friend. Believe me the abuse of alcohol can take away everything that you hold dear to your heart, including yourself.

 

My number one goal for this site, is to discuss different types of alcoholic beverages.  Im not talking about your common rum and coke, or jack Daniel’s and coke. However those two beverages won’t be excluded.

All types of alcohol will be welcome here, after all, we are all adults here. We each have our own opinions and we know what we like. My main goal here is going to be drink recipes that can be made at home,  That can be shared with our family and friends.  But allows us to drink responsibly.

If you ever need a hand or have ay questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

All the best,

John J. Denekar II
Loveofspirits.com Have a blessed day my friends.