KaLynne

About the Author KaLynne

Kalynne was introduced to her fascination with alcohol in college, where she earned her BA in English. She is a lover of craft beer, and travels to as many breweries as she can. She has traveled all over the United States, meeting new people and trying new things before taking on the world, in search of the best beer she can find. She is living her dream, traveling the world and becoming the best beer connoisseur she can be.

In her spare time, Kalynne dabbles with learning all she can about wine, spirits, and various liquors, looking for the story behind the booze, which only enrich her experience.


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A Dog, A Drink, and A Legend

The brains, the common sense, and the boss – those are the people behind the unique taste of Holy Grass Vodka by Dunnet Bay Distillers. The brains, Martin, and the common sense, Claire, are the visionaries behind this sweet treat. George, their one-eyed dog, is the boss of the operation, …

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Organic Means Healthy, Right?

In a span of two years, Oxney Estate successfully planted more than 20 acres of vines, including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Seyval Blanc vines. These vines are used specifically to make sparkling and still organic wines. Yes, you read that correctly. Organic Wine. Tell everyone. The vineyard grounds …

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Japanese Whisky for the Soul

Suntory Whisky is made by the Japanese people, embodying the harmony that exists between them and nature. Their creations have become an artform, with skilled artisans speaking to the soul, with their creations awakening our senses. Suntory Whisky Toki is a blend of whiskies from Suntory’s Hakushu, Yamazaki, and Chita …

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Four Fox Sake – Am I Right?

According to Japanese mythology, Inari Okami, the god of rice, foxes, and sake, entrusted his fox spirits to guard the Torii gates. The Torii, most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the sacred. Only the purest of …

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A Pursuit of Self-Indulgence

It’s everything you’ve always desired, but the very thing you tell yourself you don’t want. Straight out of Scotland, aged in fine American oak casks; the rich caramel scent intertwines with a taste of toffee and vanilla dancing the tongue, while sweet cream and coconut tantalize the taste buds, before …

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