Saturday, August 27, 2011

Post Tidbits

     Nothing earth shattering going on down here, but the folks on the coast of the Carolinas are feeling the wrath of Irene, but the good news is she is down to winds of only 85 mph as of the 8:00 am report.      This is a blessing for that eco-sensitive area, people's houses, and the historic lighthouse.     This also indicates that it will not have the catastrophic impact on the rest of the Northeast we hope.

     The Rum Bar reached it's goal of 225 rums this week and will stay at that level, we ran out of shelf space to make it any larger.     We will be making some adjustments in which 225 we will keep as some rums disappear and new ones come on the scene.     Come by and try some of our new ones like Vizcaya Cask 12, Bacardi Oakheart, Siesta Key Spiced Rum, or Mount Gay Black.

     The Rum Lab was idle this week due to the boat rocking and generally weather that was not conducive to good rum cocktail development.    We are planning to get it back in full swing next week  working with some of the new rums we have gotten in.

     Really reaching for something to talk about so I'll just call it a morning and head down to the Rum Bar for some more stories and fun with all the tourists and locals.     ;o)