Sunday, March 17, 2013

BUSHMILL BLACK BUSH - Twitter Flash Mob!

She said:  Serendipity is always part of my life it seems.  I tend to be at the right place and at the right time about 95% of that time.  So, it doesn't surprise me that when a blogger's facebook group was created and the "creator" added me that great discussions and ideas were born there.  At one point, one of the newer writers asked a question in a post.  It was something fairly simply:  "How do you keep your posts fresh or exciting for the readers?"  I thought about it for awhile and honestly being fairly new to the whole blogging world myself, I almost didn't answer thinking that I certainly wasn't qualified to be answering the question to begin with.  Needless to say, I'm glad I did because it sparked this:  A FLASH MOB BLOG.  I'm sorry, a what you say???   Here is an example of a flash mob.  It is planned, but surprises everyone.  It's quite fun to watch the crowd's reactions.

So when we decided to do it (our bloggers are world wide) we chose St. Patrick's Day and of course we had to pick an Irish Whiskey.  The decision was so easy:  Bushmills Black Bush.  Why?  Because it is truly a global whisky that is not only available almost everywhere, it's a value for money whisky which means it's not overly expensive so almost everyone actually had a bottle in their private collections.  Bushmills is the first Irish whisky I had ever tried.  When I had the Black Bush, I was truly amazed it is a blend.  Now mind you it's 80% malt and 20% grain, but none the less a blend and a delicious one at that.  It's part of my standard collection which means the house is never without it.  I love to share it with friends, cook with it but mostly on a cold March night, I love to sip it with a little bit of ice and just watch the world go by.  So here's to being Irish and here's to Bushmills!   I hope you enjoy all the posts:

So, sit back and relax with a nice Irish Whiskey (preferably Black Bush) and be prepared to read, watch all of these reviews.  Some of them are simply outrageous, where others are great reads!

On the Irish trail in my Sassy Lassie wear, I remain

Whisky Lassie

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