The first time I tried distilling in the Philippines, I had no idea how easy it was.
I was working as a security guard at a bar in Davao City when a stranger walked up and introduced himself to me as “Harga.”
We talked about distilling for a while and he told me he had a plan to make his own spirits.
“This is how you do it,” he told my boss.
“You have to do it on your own.”
Harga said he was starting to get interested in making his own spirit because his parents were distilling.
The next day, Hargas mother called me and said, “This guy, he’s selling us spirits.
We have to go to him.”
After a quick chat, Hargea and I went to his home and took his permission.
I had just started my job as a night guard when we got there.
He was working in the kitchen making a small amount of alcohol for his parents when we came in.
I remember being very excited, because this was the first time he had ever made spirits.
The first distillery I ever tasted was in Davo, Philippines, in 1996, and it was called Hargah’s Distillery.
At that time, I was a bartender, and I liked the taste of spirits because they were inexpensive.
I liked that they were very fresh.
And, most importantly, I liked how the owner of Hargash said they were handmade.
And it was also one of the first distilleries I ever worked at.
Hargag’s Distilling started as a small, one-man business in the early 1990s.
It was a single-barrel distillery, and Hargaga was the only owner.
The only owner, I figured, was going to have to make sure everything was in order.
I started with a bottle of rum that I made myself.
I poured it into a teacup and then poured the rum into the teacups glass.
Then I poured the whiskey into the glass.
And then I poured a glass of vodka.
The teacUP and the glass were then filled with water.
Hargeag told me to fill the teapigs with the water that was left over from the rum and vodka.
Then he poured a little water in the teaspot and the teabag and poured the water in.
The water was added to the teas, and then he added the vodka and water.
I took that same process, and this time I put the tequila, which was the same amount of rum and the same volume of rum, and poured that into the same teacap and poured it in.
This was very simple.
Hagi’s was the beginning of what was to become one of my favorite ways to make spirits.
I am proud to say that this was my first distillation, but there were others before and after.
One of the most famous and successful was in 1993, when Jack Black made his debut with his debut album.
In 1993, Jack Black had a very small amount to sell his own distilled spirits, but he was one of America’s most successful and influential artists.
He did his own tours of the US, and he was a big hit in the country.
His popularity and success spawned a whole new generation of distillers and distillors.
As of 2016, there were more than 7,000 distillerists in the United States, according to the Distilling Institute of America.
This is the same year that Hargalah’s first distilling project was announced, in an effort to open a distillery for people who want to start a distilling business in their own country.
When the distiller was announced in 2016, Hagi, Haga, and two other brothers made their first announcement of the brand name and began to sell their products.
The name Hargadah’s was inspired by the Philippines’ ancient myth of Hagi-Beton, or Hargatah the Strong.
Haggah’s spirit was named after the country’s most famous character, Hagga, a warrior who led his people to victory in the Battle of Laguna Seca.
He is also known as Haggas warrior.
Haga started making spirits as a child and was very good at it.
He took the first sip of the spirit in his hand and said it was delicious.
I can’t remember what he tasted, but I remember that it tasted like the spirits he made for his father.
When I was 15, I tried to start my own distilling company, but the owner told me that if I wanted to make money, I would have to be a better person.
I decided to start with a small bottle of whiskey, which is the way I did it, and that was the way we did it for the first