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June 13, 2018


NH distillery has new bourbon flavored by beaver secretions NH distillery has new bourbon flavored by beaver secretions

(Thanks to Tim! Stern, Bill Hudgins, Scott Cramer, Le Petomane, Andrew Mendez and Roberto)


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Whiskey and beaver - that's a perfect combination.

I'll just have a Pepsi...and move on...

Was Dave sampling the product when he wrote the linkee?

More fun than a barrel of drunk beavers. Oh, that's how they got that ingredient.

The word "secretions" covers a large area. Exactly what kind of beaver secretions are we talking abo...uh, never mind. I don't think I really want to know.

Wanderer, I think it was intentional, as in: "NH distillery has new bourbon flavored by beaver secretions.. No, really, NH distillery has new bourbon flavored by beaver secretions."

No doubt inspired by the woman who drinks her own puppy's urine for a beauty treatment.

The more drink consumed the more attractive everyone becomes?

Tamworth is three towns away from me. There's nothing particularly good or bad about it, but it's not the first place that comes to my mind when I think of high-class liquor – or high-class anything else other than scenery, for that matter.

For those of you who have a more scholarly bent, here is a nice starting point for more info on castor sacs and anal glands of beavers. When I want whiskey "neat", I most especially want it free from glandular and sac secretions from any species. A hard pass on that one.


Canada will retaliate with a high import duty on this product. A trade war is a dirty business!

In this particular case, I'm not a beaver believer.

I saw Beaver Secretions open for Molly Hatchet.

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