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Preparation of cocktails using whiskey

Whisky/whiskey and soda is a drink that's been popular since the 19th century. In the basic form it is very simple, but there are many possible variations (see, for example, these eight recipes from ...
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Bottle opener - what is the use for the other part?

According to this amazon page : https://www.amazon.com/Colorful-Mcyye-Keychain-Beverage-Practical/dp/B08RY4FFT5/ This is to help open beer cans by sliding it under the pull tab:
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Eat bread before drink beer make you drunk less?

Your liver processes alcohol at a fixed rate (what that rate is depends on your tolerance, current liver function, what medications you are taking, and some genetics). So eating some food, ...
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How the idea of 30 ml, 60 ml and 90 ml drinks get started?

The British used the Imperial system of measures from 1824 and India was part of the British Empire until 1947. 1 British Imperial fluid ounce is equal to 28.41 ml, which is close to 30 ml. Maybe this ...
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How the idea of 30 ml, 60 ml and 90 ml drinks get started?

You seem to be asking two questions, I'll try to answer both although a lot of this is conjecture: Why are spirits in India poured in multiples of 30ml? This is likely due to 30ml being easy to both ...
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Preparation of cocktails using whiskey

For a two-ingredient cocktail involving a cold pre-made drink you could mix whiskey with your favorite sweetened canned cold brew coffee for a quick Irish coffee. If you're willing to buy a couple ...
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Preparation of cocktails using whiskey

If you widen out your choice to include Scotch whiskies, there are a huge range of cocktails that will work with both the delicate flavours of a lowland whisky and the powerful peatiness of Islay ...
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Preparation of cocktails using whiskey

I sometimes like to make a semblance of a blue lagoon Recipe Whiskey - 50ml Blue curacao - 20ml Sprite - 150ml Fruit to taste Ice - 50 - 200g. The color that will turn out, I have not seen anywhere :...
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Good beverage suggestions to get drunk but not too drunk?

I'll give you my advice after 30+ years of being an adult and working in the alcohol industry for many years. Here it is: Drink the drink that has the least amount of alcohol you can stand. For me ...
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Is it weird that I like my red wines slightly chilled?

No, it is not weird. In social situations, such as hosting an event, you should serve the wine at the recommended temperatures only to meet the expectations of your guests. If you are just talking ...
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How the idea of 30 ml, 60 ml and 90 ml drinks get started?

The Standard Pour Origins To answer specifically where the idea of pouring 30ml, 60ml, and 90ml began or where it came from is not scientific, but mathematical as a result of business cost & ...
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What is the best type of gin to use in a gin martini?

According to Vinpair here are The 9 Best Gins To Use In A Martini! This list is not in order of best to worst. However, it does offer gin recommendations for various types of gin. Their number one ...
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Tap it or Pump it!

Collating Darwin and jalynn's answers and some experience running a real ale bar: In the UK, real ales will always be served from a hand pump, as per the definition from CAMRA: Real ale is a beer ...
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Does eating meat along with booze have any benefits?

Does eating meat along with booze have any benefits? Generally speaking: no. Drinking a little whiskey may be beneficial for the stomach, but would be better somewhat prior to eating. Even St. Paul ( ...
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Good beverage suggestions to get drunk but not too drunk?

My tactic has always been to have a couple of beers at the start of the night (or maybe ciders) as they fill me up and slow down consumption, but then I drink spirits and cocktails for the rest of the ...
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Good beverage suggestions to get drunk but not too drunk?

Good beverage suggestions to get drunk but not too drunk? As with anything, it will most likely depend on the individual involved. Be a drinker and not tinker. Skip the beer and go with vodka, if it ...
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