Why Is Whiskey a Popular Drink Among MilitaryMembers?

Why Is Whiskey a Popular Drink Among Military
Members?

 Early Use Of Liquor In The Army For military members, whiskey’s appeal goes beyond its rich, smoky flavor and ability to elevate the mood. Instead, it is an ally in the field of battle – something to help take the edge off the distress of armed conflict. The use of...

Which Glass Should I Use For Whiskey?

Rocks Glasses If you’re casually drinking whiskey, you’ll want to choose a “rocks glass” or old-fashioned tumbler. These typically have 7 to 12 ounce capacity and are either for whiskey served neat or on with ice (on the rocks). They feature a heavy, solid base,wide...
What the Best Whiskey Pros Do (and YouShould Too)

What the Best Whiskey Pros Do (and You
Should Too)

Don’t Fill Your Glass Pros often “pour lightly.” This means that they aim to fill the bottom 20 to 30 percent of the tumbler, and no more.When serving Canadian whiskey, aim for one to two ounces at a time. If you want more, pour a second round. Add A Small Amount Of...
What is the difference between Scotch andWhiskey?

What is the difference between Scotch and
Whiskey?

The Big Difference Between Scotch and Whiskey The big difference between single malt scotch and single malt whiskey is that scotch whiskey must be distilled and bottled in Scotland and matured in oak casks for at least three years. Anything distilled elsewhere has to...

Whiskey: Water of Life

Whiskey: Water of Life Well before Whiskey started to be distilled, the Celts were drinking it. Whiskey’s history can be traced to around 825 A.D., during the Irish Gaelic invasions of Scotland, which resulted in settlers taking their knowledge of Whiskey with...
Travel Cape Breton Canada

Travel Cape Breton Canada

Introduction Cape Breton is an island idyll, which offers an incredible vacation destination for tourists looking for all kinds of trips. From intrepid explorers and foodies to those looking to spend their days taking in the views and soaking up the tranquility,...