When I prepare for a blog post I usually jot down a few points and fill in from there. For this “Thoughts on Ageing” post my points were:

For Spirits=good

Cheese= good

For me= iffy


So now I fill in the blanks.

With ageing most things go through an amazing transformation. Spirits in a barrel can turn Whiskey, Rum, Tequila and any assortment of spirits into ambrosia. Generally the longer they stay in the barrel the better they get (although I feel too much ageing can throw some spirits off balance).

A good aged cheese is delightful; full of complex flavors and aromas. They can definitely be an acquired taste.

For me, personally, ageing is a matter of mind. I can’t stop it so why bother worrying about it, however, that doesn’t mean I don’t take care of myself. As with Spirits and cheese the trick is to age well and be full of character (and, for some people, to be an acquired taste)

For laundry, well we have all experienced the ripe pile of laundry at least once in our life (think 2 day old gym clothes). I think I will pass on more of that experience. Cheers!



AuthorCaitlin Prueitt & Chris Neumann