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Many have preferences to light vs dark liquor, but did you consider why? Here are five surprising facts you may not have known about liquor, enjoy! All distilled liquor starts out clear or light in color. It isn’t until it’s aged and fermented in barrels or...
ImageGlass TypeDescriptionTulip (a.k.a. the copita-style glass, the dock glass) Based on the copita, a traditional Spanish glass used to sample sherry. It gained the name “dock glass” because it was commonly used by merchants to nose spirits at docksides. This...
Tennessee Whiskey is a specific type of whiskey which must meet a rigid set of requirements to be called such. While Bourbon and Tennessee Whiskey are similar, there is a difference. Here we review what makes the spirit unique and answer a few common questions. What...
Bourbon is an American whiskey distilled from a mash made primarily of corn. Despite its rising popularity, bourbon continues to be a mystery to many. So, we asked, “What does the beginner who wants to be a bourbon expert need to know?” This Instant Expert guide is your answer.
Whiskey, scotch, bourbon? What’s the difference? All bourbon is whiskey but not all whiskey is bourbon. Discover the their differences and more in our free guide and become a whiskey connoisseur.