Hungry Hungry Jefe: Kentucky Bourbon Chocolate

Welcome to another episode of Hungry Hungry Jefe, on today’s episode we test out Buffalo Trace Distillery’s Kentucky Bourbon Chocolate. Buffalo Trace is a distillery located in Frankfort Kentucky and has been around 200 years. If you would like more information about Buffalo Trace Distillery visit their website. (https://www.buffalotracedistillery.com)

Chocolate is hard to mess up and adding bourbon flavor only made it taste that much sweeter. However, the sweetest part of this video has got to be the introduction of T-Bone the bourbon chugging machine; he will be doing video reviews with me from time to time and yes ladies he is single! If you are a Cowboy/ Buckeyes/ Red Sox fan or just enjoy long walks on the beach and snuggling, slide into T-bone’s DMs (@MillironTBone) jump on the train now ladies before he is too famous!

A quick disclaimer before you watch the video: When you chug too much bourbon the number of reshoot attempts has to be limited and the video quality suffers. T-Bone looks damn good doing it though!

Jefe’s 25 Beers ‘til Christmas: Day 25

Welcome to the twenty-fifth day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas it has been a blast sampling all these holiday beers. All of you are enjoying/ stressing about running around to family Christmas here and family Christmas there. Chances are you spent all your money buying way too many gifts and I will be the first to tell you craft beer can be expensive. If you want to try this countdown for yourself buying individual beers is definitely the way to go. So let’s wrap this up in proper fashion and go with rating a must have beer for this holiday season. I will be rating the last holiday classic like all of the others on a 1 to 5 scale.

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Jefe’s 25 Beers ‘til Christmas: Day 15

Welcome to Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas, today I give Michigan a chance to prove they don’t suck as much as Whitty and T-bone tell me they do. I will be trying a Christmas beer from Bell’s Brewery and I will be rating it on a scale of 1 to 5. Let’s see if it made me give a damn about at least part of the state of Michigan.

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