Originally posted by leethebard
I bet I can be duller than anyone...but when you get into your 60's, dull is in!!
My parents are 70 and travel the world and are anything but dull. They'll try new apertifs, like they did on their trip to Spain, or when they went to Victoria, BC with us and tried some of the Cinzano products not available in the US.
My good friend is in his 60's, and he and his wife are very active, try new spirits and he even ordered a round of Irish Car Bombs not too long ago, just to be fun.
Sure, We'll also sip on some fine scotches at his home (which incidently, is the best stocked Scotch bar in DC) and have a slow paced more intimate evening filled with conversation, scotch and food.
But, it's the mix of events that make life interesting.
Tuaca, is merely another liqueur - that is getting popular across the US due to a new advertizing campaign. My original post was merely a sort of blog to introduce the Washington Post article.
Maybe you read the article, maybe you didn't, but my thread title was merely created to get people to open the thread. I think if you tried the liqueur, you may like it - regardless of its current rising popularity trend.