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Bushmills Irish Whiskey
by Mario Oreilly. Bushmills Driving along the spectacular Antrim coast you can just tell that this is good whiskey-making country. Soft pasture land, small rivers, natural harbours and a people who know that good things take time. It's a land where legend and fact...
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Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey
by Mario Oreilly. Tullamore Dew The roll-call of distilleries and brands which disappeared when the Irish industry imploded is an extensive one. Locke's Kilbeggan (now revived under Cooley), Dundalk, Allman's Bandon, Comber and Tullamore are just some of the famous...
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Jim Beam An American Whiskey
by Mario Oreilly. Jim Beam is one of the big names of bourbon, so there's no surprise to find a big man behind it all. Booker Noe isn't just physically huge, he is one of the foundation stones of the modern industry. Booker is Jim's grandson and still lives in Jim's...
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Maker Mark American Whiskey
by Mario Oreilly. Makers Mark The Samuels, like the Beams, are part and parcel of Kentucky's history. The family has been a distillers since 1780, and their TW Samuels brand was an early classic. One of their ancestors, Rueben Samuels, married Zerelda James, whose...
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Introduction To Whiskey
by Bradlley Mckoy. You all know what whiskey is, or, at the very least, what it does to you. If not, you only have to take a quick trip to the local pub or bar and order a glass or two to find out. But there are a handful of different types of whiskey, and if you want...
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Irish Whiskey
by Helen Kelly. Irish whiskey basically means 'whiskey made in Ireland'. The word whiskey comes from the Irish term 'uisce beatha' meaning water of life' So whether it be single malt, single grain, pure pot still or blended whiskey, make an Irish whiskey your tipple...
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The Origin Of Whiskey
by Sarah Martin. Whiskey is a powerful drink and whiskey is a powerful word-possibly because both are of Irish origin. The English articulation of the word in use today is based upon a word the earliest Gaels applied to the result of their stills, for it appears they...
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All You Need To Know About Whiskey
by Nicholas Tan. In meaning, whiskey translates to "water of life". Whiskey originated from Scotland during the early 1400's, and is very popular around the world today. Even today, whiskey tastes much like it did when it first began. Manufacturers of whiskey are...
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Absinth in Germany
by Celsocardozo. Germany was one of the countries in which the consumption of absinth was relatively permitted for a long time: While such a ban was already at the end of the 19th century expressed in some countries lasted it was the reasons up to the year 1923 -...
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Scotch, The Golden Charmer
by Alan Ross. Scotch! The very name rings bells in countless minds across seas. This passionately created alcoholic drink is continuously in its popularity since it was first brewed by Christian missionaries in Scotland. Scotch is 16th century contraction of the...
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All About Scotch
by Gautamm Mehra. Scotch, the word conjures so many images: open green fields, smoky smell of peat, refined taste and everything Scottish. Scotch, is the pride of Scotland and till date is an integral part of the Scottish economy. So what makes this drink, so lovable...
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All About Blended Scotch
by Gautamm Mehra. If you don't live in Scotland, chances are you drink blended scotch. Yes there are a few informed drinkers who appreciate single malts, single grains and vatted scotch, but for the most of us mortals, its blended scotch.What is Blended Scotch?By...
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Scotch Broth - Keep Away The Winter Chill!
by E Margaret Macgillivray. There are some flavors which linger in the mind forever; a good soup, a comforting hotpot, a favorite cake or biscuit. One of the enduring flavors of my childhood was a traditional Scotch Broth - my aunts used to make this for us when we went to...
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How Scotch Is Made
by James Thomas -. The production of Scotch whisky takes a considerable amount of time. It is a tedious process that can last for years. However, when it is done correctly, the product is one that is worth the wait. Barley is immersed in deep tanks of water for...
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The Making of Absinthe
by Matt Peterson. Absinthe recipes abound in bartender's literature. Whether you are looking to make a palate-pleasing French absinthe or an astringent version of Spanish absinthe, here are some basic rules -- as well as variations on the general theme.Your first step...
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Buying Absinth online
by Celso Cardozo. It what is actually absinth (no protected brand is absinth) is not - and, "historically correct" absinth not only from distilled extracts of wormwood and anise but in addition still from a variety of other high-quality medicinal herbs, these were...
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Other contents in Absinth
by Celso Cardozo. It was an additional problem of the absinth of the 19th century that the used alcohol was often inferior and much contained amyl alcohol and other Fuselölbestandteile was in the absinth then, contained to give the absinth a characteristic color,...
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The Culture and Mystique of Absinthe
by Andrew Wroblewski. The extreme popularity of this heady liquor stems largely from how it has figured in the world of art and entertainment. From Manet to Wilde to snippets of reference to it in the 2001 movie Moulin Rouge, "la fee verte" has influenced artists' lives...
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La fee Verte - absinth
by Celso Cardozo. Absinth is trendy again. At the beginning of the 20th century absinths became forbidden in many countries. It was a popular drink among artists and writers of this time. And to be more precise among everyone particularly under the very big ones. One...
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My Review of Lucid Absinthe
by Charise Frasier. After hearing that there was a new brand of absinthe that was actually cleared for sale in the U.S. I was determined to give it a try. I had read a few reviews on the net that only left me confused and wanting to try it myself. For some reason, most...
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Whats Up With Absinthe
by Alena Frasier. Along with all of the other things that the internet has brought to the shopping world, comes the new arrival absinthe. Absinthe is not actually a new arrival its just that it is illegal for stores to sell it in the U.S. And Canada, so it has been...
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The Taste and Feel of Absinthe
by Alena Frasier. With so many people taking a closer look at absinthe and considering sending off for their first try of this mysterious tonic, many are wondering about a few things such as its reputed "bitter" taste. They are also wondering about the effects of...
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A Closer Look At Lucid Absinthe
by Alena Frasier. I recently had the opportunity to make a comparison test of Lucid Absinthe against a few other popular brands of absinthe at a recent gathering of bartenders in the city that I live in. To be honest, I was a little skeptical to begin with, because I...
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4 Facts You Never Knew About Absinthe
by Samuel Farris -. 1) Absinthe was invented at the end of the eighteenth century. Absinthe was actually invented by a French doctor named Pierre Ordinaire. He invented absinthe by distilling wormwood and several other herbs into an alcoholic base. Although this may...
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How To Properly Prepare An Absinthe
by David Nathan Maister. Unlike many everyday aperitifs, absinthe was historically almost always prepared and drunk in a specific way - this, the so-called "absinthe ritual" was part of the reason for its popularity and for the unique position it's always held in the world...
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