Livefire Whisky Shirt Giveaway

I was recently contacted by a new company, ooshirts, to see if I would like a free tshirt to help promote their new company. I thought about it, and realized that the timing was great, as I was just starting Livefire Whisky, so I said yes!


Ooshirts has a good variety of tshirts from which to choose, as well as sweatshirts and shorts. The process was simple. I just loaded the artwork I wanted to use (or I could have used artwork available through ooshirts), and submitted the design. I got an email a couple of days later saying my design looked great as is, after a design review was done. So now I have available a tshirt to give to a reader to help get the Livefire Whisky name out there!

How does this work? It’s pretty easy, and there are 3 ways to win…

  1. Leave a comment here, letting me know what you’d like to see on a whisky blog like Livefire, or share your favorite whisky
  2. Like Livefire Whisky on Facebook, and post something including the phrase name Livefire Whisky
  3. Post on twitter “Livefire Whisky is giving away a cool tshirt to celebrate its start!” #livefirewhisky

The giveaway will take all entrnew until midnight February 24 and randomly select a lucky winner!  The tshirt, thanks to ooshirts, will come to you in youseed sired size!

Help me get the word out about Livefire Whisky!

About Curt McAdams

I guess I'm a bit of a foodie, learning to cook from my mom, then getting obsessed with outdoor cooking, competition barbecue, bread baking and just about all things food. Lately, I've been trying to upgrade my photography skills a bit, though I still have a long way to go.


  1. Have you talked about Basil Hayden’s yet Curt?

    That would be my first review!

  2. Hi!

    I’d like to see reviews of Scotch whisky that are off the beaten track and outside of the classics. As a collective, we could cover more ground than some of us might be able to individually. There’s a certain bargain appeal to this because sometimes we pay extra for a well-known name. A lesser known name could be equal, perhaps even better, than a classic but priced modestly while its creators are working towards brand familiarity. Scotch tasting is an expensive hobby in Ontario, Canada — especially so because there are so few 200ml, there’s only one 375 ml bottle available and the Liquor Control Board of Ontario has just discontinued four 200 ml bottles of classic single malts. The 200ml size is available in a few gift sampler sets but overall the pickings are slim and only include a few classics.


    • Kathy,

      I was shopping today, and there just aren’t many 20 cl bottles around here at all. I don’t know that I’ve seen much of that in Ohio or Kentucky, but it might be nice to have that as an option!
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    • You need to find a tasting club, Kathy. Check out the website for starters…and consider just getting a group of like-minded folk together on a regular basis and sharing the cost. You can sort out who gets the “heels”. :) I’m in Ontario also, btw! … and my chapter is the KW/Cambridge Quaich. Slàinte!


    • Trish,

      Thanks for the suggestion. I wish there were groups like that local to me! I’ll make sure Kathy got the site, too.
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  3. I’m certainly looking forward to reviews of scotches I’m not familiar with. On top of that list would be Islay labels. I know you’re a fan of those Curt, so I’m eagerly awaiting some of those. I’ll need to look around locally to see what is available in smaller size bottles. It’s a great way to try different things.

    • Marten,

      I’d like to have some 20 cl bottles, but all we seem to have are minis (5 cl) and full bottles, and Ohio has almost nothing but full bottles. I may have to get some stuff sent from the UK to get smaller, but the shipping might get ugly.
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  4. Love me that red head. Makers!

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