The port wine has been made since 300 years and belongs to the category of the fortified wines. The fortified wines are made by increasing their alcohol content by adding a specific quantity of brandy during the fermentation.
In this second part of the Whisky Glossary we will continue with a brief explanation of some terms that are related to this spectacular drink:
We start a series of articles devoted to various cocktails from around the world. From gin and tonic to bloody mary to the latest cocktails. It appears that such combinations don't go out of style and are more alive than ever. To begin with... fancy a cosmopolitan?
A champagne Cuvée Prestige (or Prestige Cuvée) is considered to be the very best product of each producer. One of the first Cuvée was Moët & Chandon Dom Pérignon, launched in 1935 thanks to the idea of Robert-Jean de Vogüe. As the Great Depression was striking he thought that only a luxury champagne could bring comfort to his privileged consumers.
Among the wide variety of drinks whisky is definitely one of the most appreciated. But as each great topic, it has its own language. Are you ready to enter into this amazing world by learning a bit of the “great spirit” vocabulary?
Beer is the favorite drink for many people when they want to cool off in hot conditions. In his study "Suitability of beer in the athlete’s metabolic recovery", Professor Manuel Castillo Garzón of the University of Granada confirms that this delicious drink has moisturizing properties and is widely used to quench thirst.
In this opportunity we will talk about the American Bourbon types: