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Out of curiosity, are the other shoes also StC and if so what are the colors? Is that CRU 606 in the bottom left and CRU 609 on the wingtip?
All StC, all crust.Out of curiosity, are the other shoes also StC and if so what are the colors? Is that CRU 606 in the bottom left and CRU 609 on the wingtip?
#Goals - Your shoes and makeup are very much right up my alley
It's like Pokemons, you got to catch them all right?!#Goals - Your shoes and makeup are very much right up my alley
So I guess what you are gently hinting - '...why not both...?' lol
The lack of agave love here is rather distressing
I drink both but very seasonally, tequila in the spring and summer and scotch in the fall and winter, and occasionally Mezcal as a "Summer Scotch"
Any tequila recommendations? Fortaleza Reposado has been my go to, which is very nice.
For Scotch, I am a Islay fan, Laphroaig 10, Ardbeg 10 but almost exclusively in the fall and winter.
Apologies on derailing the St.C thread further.
All this agave talk is making me wanting to serve a mezcal.Continued apologies for derailing. Interesting to hear re: seasonality. Makes perfect sense to me (and exactly what I do), though people stare at my like I'm crazy when I tell them.
I started as a whisky guy, so I tend to favor anejos/reposados. Still slowly venturing into blancos. I find that I'm far more willing to experiment with tequila than scotch, for whatever reason. Extra anejos are my least favorite, particularly if unable to sample prior to buying. Some, even brands I love in other offerings, tend to be outrageously sweet...with an eye watering price tag to match. Hard to top Fortaleza, but a few of my preferred choices below:
Casa Noble (reposado and anejo...best bang for buck, in my opinion. Delicious stuff.)
Don Julio (standard anejo & 1942)
Herradura (very underrated)
Fortaleza (anejo and reposado...though the former can be tough to find, in my experience)
Ocho (Extra anejo is 100% a case of the above)
Codigo (anejo...though the price tag is a definite turnoff in relation to quality)
Clase Azul (reposado and anejo...the latter is a special occasion drink, to be sure..at least for me)
Depending on your zeal for variety, you'd be perfectly well suited continuing with the Fortaleza, in my opinion. Excellent stuff.
IRT scotch, Islay is my comfort zone, without question. Something about that smell gets me every time. Those are some of my favorites...though the standard Talisker also rates highly to my taste buds.
I have the same instep problem with my 633's but love them nonetheless; hoping they're still wearable once I break them in.Out for a walk in the new 633. Breaking in nicely but a bit annoyed about the instep. Overall still happy with them
Doing virtually the same model in cru607 for my wedding this fall.