Monthly Archives: December 2021

  1. What is Liquor and What is Liqueur? Learn the Delicious Differences

    What is Liquor and What is Liqueur? Learn the Delicious Differences

    While the words “liquor” and “liqueur” might look similar, they are two different things. Those differences go beyond how the words are pronounced (liquor, pronounced liᐧkr, and liqueur, pronounced luhᐧkur) to the differences in how they taste.

    What’s the Difference Between Liquor and Liqueur?

    It’s true that both liquor and liqueur are alcoholic beverages. Both can be enjoyed alone or as an ingredient in a cocktail. And both can range in potency. Where they differ is in their flavors. 

    What is Liquor?

    Liquor is a distilled spirit containing alcohol and derived from plants or grains. The primary six liquors include whiskeybrandyginrumvodka, and 

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  2. Types of Whiskey: Find Your Favorite

    Types of Whiskey: Find Your Favorite

    If you’re a whiskey enthusiast, you probably already know what you prefer. But if you’re new to whiskey, you may want to dig a little deeper and discover the nuances in flavors that distinguish one type of whiskey from another. 

    Whiskey is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from different grains that have been mashed, fermented, and then aged in wooden casks. When whiskey is spelled with an “e,” it means it’s been distilled in the U.S. or Ireland. Whisky without an “e” is distilled in Scotland and Canada.

    The differences between the types of whiskey are due to their various ingredients and the processes by which they’re made.

    Irish Whiskey

    Irish whiskey is req

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  3. What’s the Difference Between Brut and Extra-Dry Champagne?

    What’s the Difference Between Brut and Extra-Dry Champagne?

    The next time you pop the cork on a bottle of Champagne, will you be sipping a sweet wine or an extra dry one? Knowing the difference between Brut Champagne and Extra-Dry Champagne will allow you to choose the wine that’s perfect for any meal or occasion.

    What Is Brut Champagne?

    The word Brut is French for “dry” which means that Brut Champagne is a dry, sparkling wine. There are actually several different levels of Brut Champagne, each distinguished by the sweetness and acidity embodied in the wine. Brut Nature or Brut Zero Champagne is the driest and most acidic of the Bruts, followed by Extra Brut and Brut Champagne. 

    Because of it

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