Firefly sweet tea vodka is Fluffy-approved.
We are excellent writers.
You’re thinking, “woah, Papa, that’s a bold statement. How exactly did you decide that was true?”
It’s a simple matter of logic. John T. Edge is an excellent writer. John T. is our peer. Therefore, we are excellent writers.
“Sure, Papa, we all love John T., but this peer thing?”
Simple. John T. is our greatest source of peer pressure. His advice in Southern Belly sent us to the depths of southern Louisiana for excellent food. Now, a recent Gourmet blog piece has sent us rushing to the liquor store. Twice.
Thanks to John T., we are hooked on Firefly sweet tea vodka. At a recent casual dinner for three, we had the vodka mixed with a mint simple syrup and poured over ice. We nearly polished off the entire bottle during that dinner.
Yes, it sounds like a gimmick, but it isn’t. It’s a decent drink. Smooth tea with a kick. And best of all, it’s made on an island just offshore from Charleston, South Carolina.
It’s worth a try for sweet-tea-loving Southerners. I know that Kimbrough Liquors and Busters Liquors carry it. I’m not sure about our local favorite, Joe’s Liquor. I need to check into that.
And while you are there buying your sweet tea vodka, ask them to order Firefly’s muscadine wine flavor vodka too.