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- 07/15/17--03:00: Got your Mash? Let’s Talk Fermentation and Distillation!
- 07/16/17--03:00: Rise of Rice Whisky
- 07/19/17--03:00: The Art of the Daiquiri
- 07/21/17--03:00: Understanding Blended Malt Whisky
As we’ve noted before – we’re fans of whiskey and the wealth of knowledge surrounding it. We took a dive into the ins and outs of mash bills. Today, we take a deeper look at the process of whiskey distillation and the various particulars that make it work, ever-focused on that finished product that we […]
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The results that come up when one searches for “rice whisky” on Google do not sound promising. One of the first appears under the headline “the cheapest alcohol in the world,” referring to a dirt cheap Laotian rice spirit. Another result will bring you to “How to make Jim Beam rice whisky treats.” An enticing […]
Today is National Daiquiri Day, so in honor of this drinking holiday, we thought we’d revisit the drink and its origin with you. Whether you prefer yours hand-shaken or if you like them frozen (or even somewhere in between), we’ve got you covered. The daiquiri is a sour cocktail, a category of cocktails we’ve discussed […]
Before our official reviews arrive, we wanted to give you a sneak preview of the new products hitting shelves soon. We’ve got a new single malt from India, a rice whisky from Japan, and a couple of Scotch whiskies to tell you about. Here’s the booze news for the week of July 17, 2017! INDIA […]
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Now that we’ve covered single malts, discussing blended malts is a relatively easy topic to tackle. Again, these can be made anywhere in the world, but are most prominently made in Scotland. In the past, this whisky category was called “vatted malt” or “pure malt”, so you may see some older bottles with this on […]