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Can I know your ideology according to what you drink?

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It%u2019s a question that until now seemed difficult to answer to, beyond mere speculation without any scientific basis. No one seemed to have the great idea to make a similar experiment in our country, but some answers are starting to emerge on the subject, since according to a recent study on consumption habits conducted in the U.S., it does seem to be some clear trends on the political tendencies of consumers of alcoholic beverages.

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The Gimlet Cocktail

 TAGS:The Cocktail Gimlet is made with Gin (usually a Dry Gin, like Diplôme Dry Gin) and with neutral type of Vodka like the famous Smirnoff Red Label. Its name means "barrier" and has been associated with tools of drilling small holes. This cocktail is considered to be a “barrier” because it penetrates every person who decides to try it.

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The origin of wine

 TAGS:There are two myths about the origins of fermentation. The first is that the beer was "invented" or more accurately, discovered by chance. The second, that the wine was also an accident. It is highly unlikely that, given the elegantly simple and yet so complex brewing process, the beer was no more than a coincidence. The same goes for the wine, although it is likely that our ancestors watch how fruit juices changed when they were left to rot or decompose under certain conditions.

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How to remove the smell of wine cork

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The American food popularizer Harold McGee published some time ago in a U.S. newspaper a curious article in which, with his usual dose of good humor as well as scientific rigor, he spoke about the delicate organoleptic balance of the wine and how easily we can “spoil " a good wine according to the materials with which it may enter in contact.

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Drinks without hangover ?

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Recently, a group of Australian scientists has discovered the formula for making a beer that does not give a hangover. How did they do? This group belongs to the Griffith Health Institute in Queensland, which used mineral electrolytes for his invention.

The new mineral drink contains electrolytes, the same as those used in sports drinks, and they act to reduce dehydration of the body to maintain the fluid in perfect balance, thus preventing the famous hangover the next day.

Another variant of this beer is that it has helped to reduce the alcohol content to improve hydration. Associate Professor at the Centre for Health Institute Griffith Innovation health, said:

  • "Basically, we handle the electrolyte levels of two commercial beers, regular strong and light beer, and gave them to research subjects who had lost a lot of sweat during exercise. Then, we used a series of measures to monitor the recovery of fluids of different participants in each beer. Of the four subjects who consumed beer, light beer was the best kept by the body, meaning that it was more effective to rehydrate the subjects. The "best" light beer was actually a third more effective to hydrate a person than a regular beer. "

Many drinks containing electrolytes are recommended to be consumed after the sports training, but Desbrow does not recommend drinking after exercise: "Alcohol in a dehydrated body can have all kinds of consequences, including a reduction of risk awareness . "

And in this type of drinks do not cause hangovers there is also a Russian vodka being sold successfully in the UK, called “Beluga Noble Russian Vodka” is developed with Siberian “craft water" made thanks to a process of maturity of 30 days, which prevents consumers from feeling the symptoms of a hangover the next day.

Manufacturers go further to say that Beluga will not cause any type of hangover.

In an edition designed to be eaten with caviar, Beluga Noble Russian Vodka gold has a maturation of 90 days. Beluga represents 87% of the Russian market and seems very interested to export to the rest of Europe.

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Beluga Gold Noble Russian Vodka

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How to quickly cool your beer

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At certain times of year, like summer, some drinks heat up quickly, losing its freshness and flavor. This is the case of beer, which warm or hot, it doesn’t taste the same and isn’t as good on the palate. The beer should be drunk chilly to take away the heat. To cool it quickly, we have some options.

We can put the beer in a large bowl filled with water and ice. It is perfect when we are away from home, as we have on hand a large bowl and ice.

If we want the beer to be fresh instantly, then we can use the same bowl, water, ice and salt. Strangely, with salt, ice and cold water cools beers more quickly. At the same time, we can put the bowl in the freezer. It is recommended to put the beer bottles in a bag so you do not have some salt taste when you drink it.

If you come home with warm beer, you can always put it in the freezer. Now freezers are at high temperatures and in a few minutes the beer Is ready. Not as effective as the previous case, but while we wait we can always prepare something to eat.

If you are in the mountains and close to a river, you can use the following trick. We can always leave our beer cans or bottles into the river, anchored with stones or some support to prevent escape. The river water is usually colder, so we'll have our fresh beers as we need.
We can also make use of the method of paper or newspaper, it is very simple to perform. Just break a paper or newspaper strips, wash it or soak it in water for a moment and paste or wrap directly on the bottle or can of beer.

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Waterloo Double Dark 8

 

 

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