Sommelier certifications help professionals and enthusiasts gain knowledge, skills, and recognition in the wine industry. Sommeliers must undergo rigorous training that combines theoretical and practical components. Here we’ll look at three sommelier certification programs and some of the controversy associated with one.Continue reading
Tea is the second most popular beverage in the world, coming second only to water itself. The beloved beverage is often considered both invigorating and soothing in nature, and has a lovely herbaceous flavor.
That being the case, people often wonder if they could potentially be allergic to it.
While it’s certainly possible to be allergic to the tea plant (Camellia sinensis), it is rare and unlikely occurrence. It’s much more common to be allergic to tisanes (herbal tea).Continue reading
Bitter beer is often an acquired taste. But for those who love it, there’s nothing better than a hoppy, bitter brew. Unfortunately, many commercially-available beers are either too sweet or too bland to satisfy true hopheads. So what’s a bitter beer lover to do?Continue reading
If you love trying new craft beers, then a beer subscription such as craftcartel.com.au might be right for you. A beer subscription is a service that sends you new craft beers to try each month. This can be a great way to discover new breweries and styles of beer that you may not have otherwise had the chance to try.Continue reading
India is the world’s largest producer of coffee, a crop which has been cultivated in the country since as early as 1670. The Indian coffee industry produces about 10,000 metric tons of green beans annually from an area of 1.2 million hectares.
In 2011/12, India was ranked third in terms of production behind Brazil and Vietnam. In global export markets, India mainly exports Robusta varieties to Italy and Germany where it is used for blending with other origins due to its strong character.Continue reading
Whether it’s celebrated local winery or regional pro winery, we can help you find the perfect gift for any wine lover — or just someone who likes to sample more than one! We have wines of every style and price point, local and national offerings to choose from. Rather than offer individual boxes, we have created a wine subscription for you and your loved ones. If a box of 100-plus bottles sounds like too much (we all need to take a break from it sometimes), these new gift samplers offer up to 4 bottles per month — or you can mix and match them with any of our other offerings. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store! International & U.S. Brand Wines With more than 30 liquors on sale (and hundreds more on special — and on our radar), you’ll always find something you love. No matter where you are, we’ll never hold back on delivering the goods.Continue reading
Anise/Aniseed is a spice which may result in allergy symptoms in sensitized individuals.
It is present in a number of alcoholic spirits and liquors, including Greek ouzo, Italian sambuca, Bulgarian mastika, pastis, and wormwood absinthe.
Anise is a herb. The seed and oil are used to make medicine. Less commonly, the root and leaf are used to make medicine as well. Do not confuse anise with other herbs called star anise or fennel. These are sometimes called anise. Since it is commonly used in alcohols and liqueurs, let‘s have a closer look at absinthe.Continue reading
You may be familiar with plenty of people who don’t say a single word in the morning before a cup of coffee. Have you ever count your coffee cups or the amount of caffeine you take daily. Whether the effect of caffeine is good or bad on your body is dependent upon the amount you take regularly.
Caffeine is regarded as a psychoactive substance; this could work for the body or not. It can enhance your central nervous system, improves memory, and speed up alertness. But its excess is not suitable for health.Continue reading
Why You Should Choose the BIG ASS BRANDS
Drinking your cup of Accordini Igino wine or a mug of beer is so fulfilling. It relaxes your nerves and body as it takes you to another world where all life challenges and problems are a forgone narrative. It is the best experience that one can have in life. The inclusion of friends and your loved ones as you drink makes it a big thing in life. Joining your friends in a drinking and bonding party will not be complete without the Big Ass wine and beer Brands. These leading American flavors give one an indomitable attitude and are as a result of a mindset of humble perseverance.Continue reading
Over a hundred bars across the world have made their choice-and we’re sure you’ll love them! Presenting: The Best Cocktails of 2020 – the finest selection of alcoholic beverages this year that are sorted and listed based on how famous they are in the cocktail industry. Know more about the top 10 below!Continue reading
What is in the Last Word Cocktail?
The Last Word Cocktail recipe basically has four ingredients in equal parts. Green Chartreuse, Maraschino Liqueur, Gin and Lime Juice are mixed together in a shaker along with ice. The Last Word is served in a cocktail glass.
Who created the Last Word Cocktail?
The Last Word Cocktail is a prohibition-era drink. The cocktail first appeared in the book ‘Bottoms Up!’ by Ted Saucier in 1951. In his book, he states that this cocktail was first served in the 1920s at the Detroit Athlete Club. It was further made popular by bartender Murray Stenson at the Zig Zag Cafe in Seattle in 2004.Continue reading
For a long time, coffee drinking has been frowned upon and has often been labeled as being bad for your health by many researching around the globe. Aside from the caffeinated drinks abilities to keep your eyes open and its addictive flavor, there are many other hidden coffee health benefits that keep on being discovered.
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here are many delicious flavours of Pepsi post mix. A nice long cool zesty lemonade on a hot day goes down well. Or you can enjoy a fiery ginger beer if you prefer a drink with a bit of a kick. Pepsi post mixes can be used with many shorts such as vodka, gin and brandy. Indian tonic water is delicious with gin in particular. If you are tee total, you can still enjoy delicious drinks without the alcohol. Orange and passion fruit drinks are especially refreshing. If you are a wine drinker and want to make the drink long and refreshing, just add a Pepsi post mix for good measure, and you will be rewarded with a cool sparkling drink with the wine losing none of its flavour. Add ice and a twist of lemon for the ultimate enjoyment.