"The Last Burn | Crafted Pour"

"Old Harbor San Miguel gin is infused with lime, cucumber, cilantro, and sage. It was the perfect backbone to do a savory riff on the classic, adding some more peppery notes but not overloading the drink with heat. Then I had to think of a story with a similar profile; a little spice, but nothing too crazy. 🔥 Not surprisingly, a dating story came to mind 😅It’s one I recently shared with friends as we discussed how quickly people can turn to insulting each other over text when they don’t get what they want. I’d been messaging with a guy I’ll call Grant. On Tuesday, we made plans to hang out on Wednesday after work, and said we’d touch base then on where we’d meet. He texted me at 1pm asking if we were still on. My phone was in a drawer in my desk at work, as I ran around wrangling children. At 3pm when I replied, he said, “I figured you were ghosting me and made plans to play poker with my buddies instead.” 🔥 I replied that was a little surprising given that I’d taken only two hours to reply during a work day. He said maybe he’d “jumped the gun” and asked if I’d like to reschedule. When I said yes, but I might take a little while to reply to future texts as well and didn’t want him to cancel on me, he wrote, “Well, if you’re gonna be sassy I don’t want to see you, anyway.” 🔥 I shouldn't have responded; it was already clear this was not someone with whom I was going to jive. But calling me “sassy” for being straightforward didn’t sit right with me, so I clarified. And then Grant doubled-down and called me a “petty bitch.” 🔥 It was tempting to keep going, but I gave him the last word. Most people let you know exactly how much of your time they’re worth pretty early on, and I’d already surpassed Grant’s allotment. So next time you want to shoot an insult back to someone, make a drink instead; it will be a better use of your evening. 🔥 ", "undefined", "The Last Burn",

"Ingredients"

The Last Burn By , Old Harbor San Miguel gin is infused with lime, cucumber, cilantro, and sage. It was the perfect backbone to do a savory riff on the classic, adding some more peppery notes but not overloading the drink with heat. Then I had to think of a story with a similar profile; a little spice, but nothing too crazy. 
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Not surprisingly, a dating story came to mind 😅It’s one I recently shared with friends as we discussed how quickly people can turn to insulting each other over text when they don’t get what they want. I’d been messaging with a guy I’ll call Grant. On Tuesday, we made plans to hang out on Wednesday after work, and said we’d touch base then on where we’d meet. He texted me at 1pm asking if we were still on. My phone was in a drawer in my desk at work, as I ran around wrangling children. At 3pm when I replied, he said, “I figured you were ghosting me and made plans to play poker with my buddies instead.” 
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I replied that was a little surprising given that I’d taken only two hours to reply during a work day. He said maybe he’d “jumped the gun” and asked if I’d like to reschedule. When I said yes, but I might take a little while to reply to future texts as well and didn’t want him to cancel on me, he wrote, “Well, if you’re gonna be sassy I don’t want to see you, anyway.” 
🔥
I shouldn't have responded; it was already clear this was not someone with whom I was going to jive. But calling me “sassy” for being straightforward didn’t sit right with me, so I clarified. And then Grant doubled-down and called me a “petty bitch.”
🔥
It was tempting to keep going, but I gave him the last word. Most people let you know exactly how much of your time they’re worth pretty early on, and I’d already surpassed Grant’s allotment. So next time you want to shoot an insult back to someone, make a drink instead; it will be a better use of your evening. 
🔥
Old Harbor San Miguel gin is infused with lime, cucumber, cilantro, and sage. It was the perfect backbone to do a savory riff on the classic, adding some more peppery notes but not overloading the drink with heat. Then I had to think of a story with a similar profile; a little spice, but nothing too crazy. 🔥 Not surprisingly, a dating story came to mind 😅It’s one I recently shared with friends as we discussed how quickly people can turn to insulting each other over text when they don’t get what they want. I’d been messaging with a guy I’ll call Grant. On Tuesday, we made plans to hang out on Wednesday after work, and said we’d touch base then on where we’d meet. He texted me at 1pm asking if we were still on. My phone was in a drawer in my desk at work, as I ran around wrangling children. At 3pm when I replied, he said, “I figured you were ghosting me and made plans to play poker with my buddies instead.” 🔥 I replied that was a little surprising given that I’d taken only two hours to reply during a work day. He said maybe he’d “jumped the gun” and asked if I’d like to reschedule. When I said yes, but I might take a little while to reply to future texts as well and didn’t want him to cancel on me, he wrote, “Well, if you’re gonna be sassy I don’t want to see you, anyway.” 🔥 I shouldn't have responded; it was already clear this was not someone with whom I was going to jive. But calling me “sassy” for being straightforward didn’t sit right with me, so I clarified. And then Grant doubled-down and called me a “petty bitch.” 🔥 It was tempting to keep going, but I gave him the last word. Most people let you know exactly how much of your time they’re worth pretty early on, and I’d already surpassed Grant’s allotment. So next time you want to shoot an insult back to someone, make a drink instead; it will be a better use of your evening. 🔥 Ingredients: - San Miguel Southwestern Gin - Ancho Reyes Verde Instructions: add all ingredients in equal parts to a shaker with ice and shake vigorously for about 45 seconds. Strain into a coop and serve nice and chilled. Originals,Spirit Forward,Refreshing,Essentials,Fancy,Last Word,Rich,Sours