Daughter's whisky


I am fond of Casey Overeem, and I admired his hard work, his single-minded dedication and his success. But in writing about the fate of his business I failed to consider something disappointing.

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Both Casey and his daughter loved the business, worked it together and created father-daughter time in it. They considered expanding the business together at a large distillery+retail+restaurant countryside outlet, but in the end, that venture did not proceed. Instead, Casey retired. He didn't pass the business on, he didn't sell it to his daughter either. In fact, what he did was sell his daughter out.

Bernard LloydComment