The world of whiskies is astounding, and if you look deep enough, you’ll realize that every single element and thought that goes into making the final product (a whisky that is) has a purpose. From the many, one of the specializations, if you will, is a non-chill filtered whisky. So, what is a non-chill filtered
Akin to a light beer, and also going by the name of “spiked seltzer,” a hard seltzer is an alcoholic drink at the end of the day. Primarily, it is composed of seltzer (carbonated water), and quite simply, alcohol. The type of alcohol can vary, but in its most basic form, that’s what it is.
Ordering a whisk(e)y at a bar isn’t as daunting as one typically anticipates. It’s only as disturbing an experience as you allow yourself to think. Regardless, before I delve too deep into the power of mind what whatnot, based on my personal encounters, and of others, the discomfort of ordering a whisk(e)y at a bar
The exciting aspect of any alcoholic drink is the diversity it provides — especially in terms of geography. When it comes to whiskies, those from Japan are rightfully earning their name. So, what is it about a Japanese whisky, that many are fondly fascinated towards? How a Japanese Whisky Is Unique The first differentiation is
Hailing from Portugal, specifically the Douro Valley region, a port wine is a fortified red wine that is typically sweet, and traditionally reveled as a dessert drink. To understand this concept a bit more fully though, you’d also need to know what a fortified wine is. What Is a Fortified Wine? The first and in