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Scot's National Drink, Now Available at 1,000 Pounds a Nip

...reverential. The recommended method is to take the whisky in a brandy balloon made by renowned Austrian glas...s of Highland Spring water is given complimentary. whisky cognoscenti differ over whether the whisky should or should not be taken with water. Some arg...

Wine Woos World as Trade Fair Opens

...nd spirits trade fair, spirits only take up about 12 percent of exhibitor space. However the survey contained good news for vodka, tequila, cognac and whisky producers, indicating these were the leading growth categories. Gin is the only category in decline. Other industry issues due to be delved in...

The American Dream Comes True for 105-year-old Cuban

...his genes: one of his grandmothers died at the age of 119. As for his diet: Pig roast is his favorite, he has red wine with every meal, drinks whisky and rolls his own cigars. He plans to vote in the 2008 presidential election, though he is yet to pick a candidate. For now, he intend...

Young Indians Say Cheers to White Spirits

...y are making young Indians raise a toast to white spirits like vodka and gin even as the old generation still swears by traditional hard liquors like whisky and rum. As part of the global trend, the consumption of white spirits such as vodka and gin is fast catching up in the subcontinent, thanks t...

Cake Walk – Plum Treats Sell Like 'Hot Cakes' During Christma

...istmas cakes are baked almost a month before Christmas. The cake is normally inverted and stored in an airtight container. A small quantity of brandy, whisky or sherry is poured into the holes of the cake, - called 'feeding' the cake, till Christmas arrives. And the rest is history! So, as you arrange...

Haggis listed as restricted food in Scotland

...ch is mixed with oatmeal and these blend is stuffed with spices inside the sheep’s stomach and cooked by boiling and haggis is eaten along with Scotch whisky to celebrate Robbie Burns the legendary Scots poet. The Scottish officials as not banned eating Haggis which is known to contain high fat, the o...

Drinking Brandy Is Good For Health

...ing produced, with a better health effect from superior quality brandy. Recent research has revealed that the same health benefits can be derived from whisky also. The study was conducted by Dr Steve Langford, a chemist, and Dr Gordon Troup, a physicist. Brandy-infused fruitcake which is consumed dur...
Whisky in Biological News

Transportation fuels of the future: Nottingham leads the way

...of Surrey, BP, Bioethanol Ltd, Briggs of Burton, British Sugar, Coors Brewers, DSM, Ethanol Technology, HGCA, Pursuit Dynamics, SABMiller and Scottish whisky Research Institute. Professor Katherine Smart said: "The government is committed to producing replacement transport fuels. We can already buy petro...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- July 23, 2008

...th distinctive flavors, they note. JS ARTICLE #2 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE "Characterization of the Most Odor-Active Compounds in an American Bourbon whisky by Application of the Aroma Extract Dilution Analysis" DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT ARTICLE http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jf800382m CONTACT: Peter Schiebe...

Whisky fans can drink to crop research

...f the crop most commonly used in the production of whisky and beer. Scientists funded in part by the Biotech...barley. Most of this crop is used to make beer and whisky with the supply chain from farmer to product emplo...g over 13,000 people, mainly in rural communities. whisky is consistently the biggest food and drink export ...
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