What Gives? These 10 Liquors Are Nearly Impossible to Find in Iowa
There are so many different varieties of spirits on liquor shelved. So many options. Do you like whiskey like I do? There are a bunch of options for you. Enjoy vodka? There are a thousand and one varieties. Rum, tequila, gin... same, same, and same.
I went on a trip recently to Minnesota where I had a type of whisky I'd never had, though I had heard of. It's called 1792 and it was very good. I Googled it, found out it's not particularly rare... or expensive. So I thought to myself, well okay. I'll grab some when I get home.
Upon returning home, I went to Happy's, my neighborhood liquor store, and asked if they had, or even carried 1792. I thought I'd seen it there before, and I was right. However, they hadn't had it in a long time. Why? Supply chain and demand - or rarity in general.
I came up with this list of ten based on in part research, and chatting with the crew at both Happy's, and a couple of other area liquor stores. In the case of one or two on the list, you'll be hard-pressed to find 'em now, but you could locate a bottle if you're diligent, or ask for your favorite store to call you when it comes in. Oh, and for what it's worth, I am yet to find a store in eastern Iowa that has 1792 in stock! I found several in Minnesota, and even at most Target's in Chicago. Road trip, anyone? Hm? No...?