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Drink Only Irish Beers For St Patty’s!

 

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Here’s our selection of all of the Irish Beers you should try on Saint Patty’s Day! Don’t worry, they don’t have to be all green :)

Start your day with a breakfast of champions. A “meal in a bottle”, also known as the Guinness! Rich, creamy and dark. Roasted malt flavor and hints of chocolate all satisfying flavors for a connoisseur. Ask your bartender for a “perfect pint,” an optimal pouring method which, according to the company, should take 119.53 seconds.

Guinness-Varieties

 

The lightest and sweetest between the three previous. Think chocolate milk topped with a double shot of espresso and finished with a one-inch thick head of caramel-infused creamy goodness. Save this Murphy’s for dessert!
Murphys-Irish-Stout-

Often compared to Guinness, Beamish is dark and chocolaty. Sweet flavors of caramel and hints of coffee balance out the bitter, hoppy finish. Beamish yeast dates back to 1792 to capture the traditional taste of stout from Ireland.

Beamish-Irish-Stout

Smithwick’s, Ireland’s oldest brewery, is where it originated. The beer is older than some countries, with a heritage dating back to the fourteenth century, and until recently, Dubliner Pub in Washington. With a base flavor similar to Smithwick’s with less hops, the distinct smooth and white head. The amber brew has the rich aroma and flavor of toasted malt. It’s all at once sweet and creamy.

Kilkenny-Irish-Cream-Ale
Harp, a crisp summery lager, which comes from a country better known for its stouts and leprechauns, has a bitter beginning that quickly that turns to clean and refreshing. This classic lager is smooth and solid.

Harp-Lager

 

This beer is so old, it dates back to the fourteenth century when monks would brew their own next door to the Smithwick’s brewery. The ruins of the original Franciscan abbey that once stood there can still be seen. Smithwick’s is Ireland’s oldest operating brewery, the major ale producer in Ireland and, along with Guinness, part of Diageo. This is a red ale characterized by caramel maltiness. It captures a unique flavor that combines its hops with sweet aromatic fruits and deep malt, coffee and roasted barley notes.

Smithwicks-Ale

Steak and a Blowjob Day

 

Today is Steak and a Blowjob day.  Now, you know me, I’m all about blowjobs and steaks.  They’re among my favourite things in the world…  But this holiday has always made me raise my eyebrow a little bit, even though I understand the spirit.  The thing is, this holiday is supposed to be a response to Valentine’s Day, as it’s a month later.  It’s the idea that Valentine’s Day is for women and Steak and a Blowjob day is for men.  Why?

 

Now, my opinion of Valentine’s Day is that is should be for everyone and that it should be a spirit that exists in relationships all year long.  Treating someone well is kind and fun and keeps everyone happy.  I guess it’s the idea that women want chocolate and flowers and candles and men just want steak and a blowjob…  But why is Valentine’s day lingerie so popular?  That’s certainly not just for women.  😉  And who says that men don’t like romance?  Besides, many  Valentine’s days include a blowjob or two.  😀

 

So, of course, I am all for giving blowjobs, but I believe that one good turn deserves another and that everyone should get to enjoy the fun.  Also…  Why not make the steak together?  Unless, of course, you celebrate in what is apparently a new thing on April 14th…  Cake and cunnilingus day.  Then fair’s fair and you can trade off to your heart’s content.  Cake does sound pretty good…

 

Have lots and lots of fun, but make sure that everyone enjoys themselves and has a bit of that steak!

Salon de la moto and Quebec-Inspired Dinner at Forquet Fourchette

 

On Friday, once we finished everything up, we headed out to the Salon de la moto, which is an exhibition dedicated to motorcycles in the Palais des congrès here in Montreal.  It was huge and it made the perfect date for Mike and I now that we are totally consumed by our motorcycle obsessions.  😉

 

As you can see, I was on the BMW special edition G650GS Sertão in the above picture!  (The special edition used to be Dakar, but since the race has been moved to Brazil, it’s now Sertão, which is a region of arid lands there.)  It’s special because the chassis was developed for country roads and is even better for off-road use than the Gs and Fs 650.  The only problem with this enhancement is that I can hardily touch the ground when I’m sitting on it!  And I’m five foot five, so I’m not even that short!  😀

 

The season is almost here and I’m starting to feel very excited, especially after seeing all the motorcycles, the gear and the frenzy and excitement in the riders eyes at this exposition.  I sat on a Duccati Monster 696, a Triumph Street Triple, an Agusta Brutale 675 and the crazy BMW S1000RR (all street and sport/speed bikes) and on a KTM Adventure 990, a Kawasaki KLR, on the ultra beautiful Triumph Tiger and a BMW F650gs, which is soon to be mine.  It was an amazing afternoon/evening because I even saw the salesman who sold me my bike and he told me that it should arrive next week!  I am so thrilled!

 

While we were there, we became members of the BMW Quebec Club.  There are about 250 members, but only 4 of us are women. I met with one of them already.  I can’t wait to learn to know those 4 incredibly sexy, brave and awesome women!  I think that women who are into motorcycles develop a kinship together very quickly, so I’m excited to make these kind of kindred spirit friend with adventurous women like me.

 

We topped off this great day with a meal at a restaurant with a very typical Québecois menu, things our lumberjack ancestors would have eaten if there were fancy restaurants in their times.   The restaurant is called Fourquet Fourchette and it’s out in an old town called Chambly just a little outside of Montreal, so it was a nice evening drive.  The meal was a variety of deliciously prepared regional meats (a lot of game) and locally sourced vegetables, paired with delicious beers and wines, but we were too hungry to snap shots.  I also had a great chocolate dessert, which I shared on Twitter.  Here I am devouring it.

 

 

Here it is before, including a strawberry and a beautiful gooseberry.

 

 

It was so buttery and delicious.  It was very rich, but that didn’t stop me one bit!

 

 

All gone!  No good things last forever.  Especially when they’re made of chocolate and in front of me!

 

I’m glad we had such a fun time and that we were able to document some of it to share here.

200th Update!

Camille Crimson Gives a Sensual Blowjob

 

We finally made it!  This is our 200th update.  I remember when we first started, the idea of having this many updates felt like years and years away, but we’re finally here!  It’s wonderful to achieve this kind of milestone because it really puts the emphasis on future, and where we can be in another 200 updates.  And how beautiful those updates will be, with all of our new advancements that we’ll develop over the years.

 

Redhead gives sensual blowjob

 

The 200th updated is the photo version of Kitchen Blowjob, called Yellow Flower Blowjob.  We’re working on new content, but my recurrent dental drama (root canal and some other things, I didn’t want to complain about it…) has kept us from shooting recently.  We’ve got some excellent ideas for when blowjobs become feasible!  That said, I feel like these beautiful, fun, sweet photos are pretty representative of the site and of us!  Besides, I think these photos came out looking pretty gorgeous!

 

Sensual sunshine blowjob by Camille Crimson

 

So, here’s to 200 more updates, and then some!  You can see all the rest of the photos and then let me know what you think!  Throughout all of these updates, you guys are a huge part of the reason we do what we do, and your feedback means the world to me.  I hope you all have a lovely Easter, if you celebrate.  If not, I hope you get some delicious discount chocolate!