GUIDELINE SELECTION GUIDE: INSTRUCTIONS FOR NEOPHITES
What to look for when buying brandy and what expert advice should you stick to in order to enjoy the best brandy for less money? Mikhail Bednyakov, the chief editor…

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Liquor Fernet: what is it, history, what do + how to drink
Fernet (Fernet) is a bitter liqueur on herbs with a strength up to 45%. As a rule, it has Italian origin and belongs to the group - amaro. It is…

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Soave wine: history, review and classification of drinks
The drink with an unusual melodic name is of Italian origin. White wine from the Garganega variety first appeared in the northeastern part of the country, in the eponymous province…

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Armagnac Delors: overview, history, cooking technology, types

Delord – the most famous to date Armagnac House. The house Delor own workshop for the production of barrels for aging drink. They are made of velvety oak, which is also called “black”. Here they follow the rule, which was created by the founder of the house: Armagnac should ripen in a barrel, which saw the grapes ripen. So if you are lucky to see whole stacks of oak staves next to Delord vineyards, you should know that these are blanks from which barrels will be made later. Continue reading

Bourbon: review 8 brands + sub-brands
Bourbon is a real American alcoholic drink, which is produced mainly from corn. Interestingly, the only state in America where the production of this drink is allowed at the legislative…

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Hennessy Richard - King of Hennessy House Cognacs
Richard was created in 1996 in honor of the founder of the company of the most noble and ancient spirits of the wine cellar, founded by Richard Hennessy himself on…

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Hennessy Richard - King of Hennessy House Cognacs
Richard was created in 1996 in honor of the founder of the company of the most noble and ancient spirits of the wine cellar, founded by Richard Hennessy himself on…

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What makes brandy different from brandy
Such a question can often be found on the Internet. An exhaustive proof of this is a rather common statement saying that any brandy is brandy, but not any brandy…

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