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  • Have a Shot Of Tamdhu 50 Yo Speyside Whiskey And Savor Your Taste Buds

    Matured high up in barrelhouses of European oak Sherry butt, Tamdhu is a 50-year-old Speyside whiskey awash with an aroma of appealing nuttiness and flavors. It’s a drink that you would appreciate and demand another glass. digitalinsightresearch Tamdhu whiskey was created by the team of British Craftspeople with glass designers...
  • 3 Tips For A Perfect Food and Bourbon Pairing

    Bourbon is the liquified gold drink, sweet on the tongue and loved by many. Experiencing a rising demand in the market, this American classic drink has a wide range of flavour and quality.

    Available in many flavour characteristics like nutmeg and cinnamon, Bourbon’s core characteristic is caramelized sweetness which comes from its aging in charred oak new barrels.

    You can pair it with food which have a caramelized element be it meat or dessert. Being a southern drink, Bourbon pairs extremely well with southern dishes. It classes up your meal but ensure that none overpowers the other in terms of flavour. To begin with, you can try pairing it with fruits, nuts, sweet potatoes, maple syrup and chocolates. Continue reading

  • 6 Tipsy Tips To Throw A Tequila Christmas Party

    Why not turn your dinner party into a Tequila party this Christmas? Not only is it easy but also a lot of fun! You don’t need to do a sit down dinner this year. All you need is your booze and some basic food. We got you covered with the tips what and how to serve.

    1. Choose Your Tequila

    Available as per age, Tequila can be found from the youngest (like blanco) to oldest (extra añejo). Try including various types of Tequila from different producers like añejo and silver. Continue reading

  • Did You Know? What Makes Your Drink a Bourbon, Scotch, Whiskey Or Rye?

    Sales of distilled spirits got through to approximately $72 billion last year. Potential growth in the whiskey segment increased the demand for top-notch alcohol brands. These whiskeys were particularly popular with American consumers, with luxury Bourbon, Scotch, Canadian, and Irish whiskeys all recording double-digit growth.

    Nearly every country is into whiskey production nowadays. It is no longer limited to Scottish and Irish thing abroad.

    Scotland is the world's dominant producer of malt whiskey. It has more than 80 distilleries which are currently in function. Millions of litres of whiskey are produced in Scotland every year. Approximately 2,70,000 thousand litres of whiskey was produced in 2015 in Scotland alone.

    USA grabs the second place in whiskey production with approximately 37 million cases of whiskey each year. It has mainly two specialities- Jack Daniels and Jim Beam.

    Canada produces nearly 22 million cases of whisky, thus holding a third place in the whisky production. It has chiefly 3 prime whiskeys- Crown Royal, Black Velvet and Canadian Club. Continue reading

  • Classic Margarita Smash

    Turn up your tequila game with this amazeballs classic margarita cocktail zinged with tangy lime and orange. EQUIPMENTS REQUIRED: 1.  Blender 2. Cocktail glass INGREDIENTS REQUIRED: 1.  ¾ ounce fresh squeezed lime juice 2. 1 slice lime 3. 1 ½ ounce tequila 4. Salt 5. Orange liquor 6. Ice cubes...

    5 Fun Summer Gadgets Coveted By Trendsetters The quality of a gentleman's gadget or accessory speaks volumes. The care and craftsmanship that goes into making a quality product comes at a higher price tag but typically works and lasts a whole lot longer. When deciding on convenience and style, quality...

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