When we took our seats, I felt transformed. It was like one of those old-time clubs you might see in a movie. A three-piece band was playing; guitar, bass fiddle, and singer. Perfect lighting. And cabinets of whisk(e)y everywhere you could see. It took a while to peruse the menu as you might imagine. It was a warm, magical feeling.
So what gives? Why is the bourbon so great in one setting and not quite as good in another?
Read the full post, Is the Taste of a Bourbon Affected by Your Mood? over at Bourbon & Banter.