There is nothing we could write in this post that would do this day justice. We remember those we have lost. We honor those you lost. And we take today to reflect. Our heart goes out to all of you who feel this sting 19 years later. We too have friends and family that were lost on this day and hold them in our hearts so close it makes it hard to breathe. But like all Americans, we are strong.
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Highly regarded as a favorite end of the week drink to wind down, whiskey, particularly Scotch, has it's own recognized day of celebration. And although it falls on a Monday this year (not the best day for whiskey drinking), it makes it no less important. So let's delve into a little history of the liquor and its day of celebration.
Some History on Scotch Whiskey
So it is a broadly considered notion that the first people to distill alcohol were the Babylonians. This goes as far back as the second Millenium B.C. The higher probability is that fragrances and perfumes were more commonly processed this way and it wasn't really until about eh 13th century that we have written record o this process being used for consumable alcohol. It became more common practice in its evolution when monasteries began to use it for medicine. but it wasn't until the late 1400s before proof of it was found in Scotland. But this was long before whiskey was actually aged and not the sophisticated and smooth flavor you get today.
We now have 5 distinct classes of Scotch Whiskey; single malt, single grain, blended malt, blended grain & blended scotch. All of which has its own unique flavor and ofter us indicative of the region from which it comes. That being said, one defining rule about Scotch Whiskey is that it must be made in .... Scotland. No exceptions. And that it must be aged for no less than 3 years and have an alcohol percentage of 94.8% or less.
National Scotch Day Celebration
#NationalScotchDay is not just about the consumption of this fine alcoholic product, but also it's history and remembrance of its evolution from the raw form it came from the sophisticated art form it is today. Celebrating National Scotch Day is typically fairly simple, but in these current times of unrest and lock-down, you may find that those go to events and opportunities are just not available. One of the most alluring ways to celebrate today would have been to visit one of the hundreds of distilleries in Scotland and delve into the process, learn about its unique history, and even sample a few of the variations offered by that particular provider. With social distancing and public restrictions, it makes it very difficult to do that. So here are some ways you can celebrate Scotch Day safely:
- Purchasing Scotch Whiskey from your local liquor store in lieu of bars that are not currently open
- Hosting a small & private Scotch Whiskey tasting get together. You can even make Scotch infused dishes to serve
- Simply enjoying a drink with some friends
- Visiting a website or to of the hundreds of Scotch Whiskey distilleries, there are and even leaving a glowing review for the ones you deem worthy of your approval.
While we hope that you have a relaxing and enjoyable Scotch Whiskey Day, remember to drink responsibly (Scotch is great for sipping), don't drink & drive, and always look out for your friends (we don't want to hear about funny & tragic drinking & dialing episodes).
World Emoji Day
Recognized on July 17, World Emoji Day is a holiday that validates our obsession over these ubiquitous graphic icons. While sometimes they may seem silly, according to various psychologists and researchers, they may play a vital role in the way we communicate today. In fact, Oxford Dictionary’s...... READ MORE
World Emoji Day Activities
- Have an Emoji only conversation
- Create Your Own Emojis
- Wear Your Favorite Emoji
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Imagine a day when you could clean house and get rid of clutter, show someone that you care, gift small things to strangers, and generally making the world a better place. Yes, this day does, in fact, exist and on July 15 we celebrate National Give Something Away Day!
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NATIONAL TAPE MEASURE DAY On July 14th, measuring twice means something extra on National Tape Measure Day. Alvin J. Fellows of New Haven, Connecticut made the lives of carpenters, electricians, seamstresses, and countless other tradesmen and craftsmen easier. On July 14, 1868, Fellows was granted a patent for "Improvements in Tape Measures" that created a whole new era for [...]
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