The 10 Health Benefits of Whiskey Are More Reasons to Pour a Glass. One week, alcohol is bad for you. The next week, alcohol is good for you. It's a debate researchers are constantly in search of proving. Or disproving. While the jury may still be out on alcohol as a whole, the verdict is in on whiskey. And for those of us who care to imbibe the luscious amber liquid, the vote is in our favor.
So pour a glass, swirl, and savor as you glean these 10 health benefits of drinking whiskey to the last drop. 1. While a healthy diet and exercise should not be traded in for a fifth of whiskey, studies have proven that drinking whiskey can aid in weight loss. A single serving contains less than 100 calories and has no fat. 2. There is no question that having a drink takes the edge off. After a long, hard day at the office, relax with a nice stiff drink. 3.
As whiskey ages in wooden barrels, it not only gets its amber hue, it also gains ellagic acid. 10 of the best Scotch whiskies (as chosen by the experts) We asked some whisky experts from across Scotland (and beyond) to help us pick ten of the best (reasonably priced) Scotch whiskies.
Glen Alba 22 Year Old. Almond milk chai with whiskey and orange. Boire la vie en rosé. 12 raisons pour consommer de la bière! Outlander actor Sam Heughan reveals some of his favourite whiskies - Scotsman Food and Drink. The Scotsman's guide to Scotch whisky pronunciation - Scotsman Food and Drink. We asked Frank Murphy of the world famous Potstill bar in Glasgow to help us to create a guide on the correct way to say the names of some of the Scotch whisky distilleries which are the hardest to pronounce.
From Laphroaig to Auchroisk, the names of some Scottish distilleries can often seem impossible to pronounce. To help we have created a quick video guide with Frank, showing how to pronounce some of the harder distilleries to help impress your friends or simply make it easier to order them the next time you want a dram. AnCnoc (Knockdhu Distillery) (Region: Highlands, Founded: 1893, Owner: Inverhouse distilleries, Address: Knock, Huntly AB54 7LJ) Picture: AnCnoc This idyllic distillery lies close to Keith and can be seen from the A95 to Keith, another that has benefited from the recent resurgence in the interest in smaller single malt distilleries.
The 'World's Best Single Malt' has been named at a ceremony in London - Scotsman Food and Drink. Run by The Whisky Magazine, the annual awards ceremony which took place at the Waldorf Hotel in London this week, crowned the Craigellachie 31-years-old as the winner of the ‘World’s Best Single Malt’ title.
Picture: Dewar’s A panel of internationally recognised whisky experts judged hundreds of entries from across the world before deciding on their winner. Even more remarkable is the fact that the brand was only launched as a single malt by John Dewar & Sons in 2014 and builds on the success of the 23-years-old in other spirits competitions. Cinq nouvelles cuvées. Comme un chef. Pour accompagner cette recette, il faut assurément boire du blanc.
Mieux vaut choisir un vin assez texturé, rond, mais qui possède tout de même une certaine tension et une minéralité, histoire de ne pas alourdir le plat. En outre, le vin doit avoir de la richesse afin de pouvoir soutenir les éléments plus gras du plat tels que la crème et le beurre. Certains cépages sont à privilégier pour se marier avec la saveur des champignons et du céleri-rave : le chardonnay de Bourgogne, certains chenins blancs de la Loire, ou encore un vin du Jura, fait de chardonnay ou de sauvignon. Si vous avez certains blancs de ces régions avec un peu d’âge dans vos celliers à la maison, n’hésitez pas à ouvrir une bouteille pour l’occasion ! Le vieillissement confère à ces vins des notes qui rappellent la terre et les champignons, ce qui apportera beaucoup de profondeur à votre accord.
Côtes-du-Jura, 2014, chardonnay Les Compères, Anne & Jean-François Ganevat, 33 $ (11544003) 12,5 % 12 microbrasseries québécoises qui ont marqué l’année 2016. Here we go again!
Nous y sommes; l’heure des bilans et des palmarès – de «TOUTE» ce qui existe – a sonné. Et comme la bière existe, elle ne fait pas exception à cette règle. A guide to Gaelic names for distilleries. As romantic as the spirit itself, Gaelic is a beautifully poetic language though it can often be impenetrable for those who do not speak it.
We have looked at the origins of some of Scotland’s most famous distilleries to discover where their names originated from and what they mean: 1. Cardhu distillery, Moray (Region: Speyside, Founded:1824) Founded by whisky smuggler John Cumming in 1824, Cardhu (pronounced Kar – doo) is currently run by Diageo.
Cardhu derives from the Scots Gaelic Carn Dubh, meaning ‘Black Rock’. Did you know? Cardhu distillery. 2. 5 of the most underrated Scottish whiskies you should order next time you want a dram. Region: Speyside Picture: Glenfarclas One of the most underrated drams from one of the most underrated distilleries in the country.
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