Whether you plan on making Rob Roy's or mint julep at your next social gathering, you probably want to make sure you select a bourbon that will complement and enhance the flavors of the other ingredients. If you having problems deciding on the brand and type you should purchase, use the following tips below for choosing the ideal bourbon for your mixed drinks. Find Out What Was Used to Make the Bourbon
- If you've decided to open your own liquor store, you'll need to make safety one of your key focuses. You want the store to be a place that community members can visit to pick up their favorite beverages, not somewhere that criminals think about shoplifting or even robbing. The good news is that there are several options at your disposal that will help you to create a safe environment for you, your staff, and your customers — as well as prevent the loss of your stock.
- When you mention sweet wines, most people think of something to go along with desserts. However, if you prefer a full-bodied wine that is sweet, you should try a nice sauterne with your meal. Here is a bit of information about this white wine from the Sauternes area of the Bordeaux region of France. The Grapes Sauterne wine is made from Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc, and Muscadelle grapes. What makes this wine so special is that the weather in the area causes them to begin to rot early in the season.
- AleIf you're like most dedicated ale lovers, you believe that it's a shame to relegate its consumption during the holiday season to football games. Fortunately, seasonal gatherings offer many opportunities to bring your favorite ales to the table. Following are just five of the many ways that you can use ale to provide a festive note to holiday feasts. Serve Sparkling Mead During the Appetizer Course Mead is an ale that uses honey as a base, providing it with a sweet tang that's appropriate for an appetizer course that includes both sweet and savory snacks.