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Questions about flavor and how it is influenced by various factors such as temperature and glassware.

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Smoke and drink like a pirate. Rum and cigars both hail from the Caribbean, so it’s no coincidence that they work well with one another. Match the spiced and sweet molasses undertones of this full …
answered Oct 15 '16 by Ken Graham
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Is it possible to have a non-alcoholic Gin? The short answer is yes. Pernod Ricard has signed a deal to launch and distribute South African/Swedish brand Ceder’s in the UK, which describes itself …
answered Sep 15 '18 by Ken Graham
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Some people serve wine at the ambient temperature without knowing that some wines are better served at a specific temperature. Which temperature should be recommended in serving wine? Light dry w …
answered Nov 5 '18 by Ken Graham
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used along with sugar levels as a determination of when to harvest. The idea is that "riper" tannins will taste softer but still impart some of the texture components found favorable in wine. In …
answered Oct 23 '18 by Ken Graham
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Irish whiskey is one I like to do with tea. In fact I like to make an Irish coffee by substituting the coffee with a strong black tea. Try it! I am rather fond of it.
answered Oct 1 '16 by Ken Graham
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Try Red Wine and Coke. And do not forget the ice... It is great one hot days. Turns out this is quite a hit in most of Europe already. Who would have thought that red wine and coke would go this well together? It is coke with a grape twist and its taste killer. - Red Wine and Coke …
answered Jun 11 '17 by Ken Graham
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Why do some wines taste salty? Ed C. Kraus, a 3rd generation home brewer/winemaker and has been an owner of E. C. Kraus since 1999 has 4 possible reasons why a wine may have a salty taste. He has … ) would add what some would call a salty taste to the wine if too much were added, but this would take many times the normal recommend dosage. Third would be saltiness from the grapes themselves …
answered Jul 2 '18 by Ken Graham
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I find rum good when it is served neat, but then I am far from a connoisseur on the subject of rum. It really is an amazing drink because it’s made in so many different places and in so many different …
answered Oct 26 '18 by Ken Graham