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Everything You Need To Know About Pinot Grigio


The Drinks Business compiled a concise guide to one of the world’s most popular grapes, including some facts that may surprise even the most committed drinkers of Pinot Grigio.

 

The Reason Tonic Water Glows in the Dark


If you were to look at a gin and tonic (or vodka and tonic, or anything with tonic, for that matter) under ultraviolet light, you might be surprised to see it glow — and you might naturally wonder what produces the eerie effect.

 

People Used to Put Live Frogs in Their Milk to Keep It Fresh


What lengths would you go to keep your milk fresh?

 

How the Tequila Shot Glass Got Its Name


The Tequila shot glass is known as el Caballito (the little horse) in Mexico.

 

Get your caffeine kick from a cup of Black Tea


As you probably know, black tea is a good source of caffeine.

 

The difference between Green Tea and Black Tea


Black and green teas make up the majority of the tea consumed around the world.

 

The History of the Cocktail Party


GREAT COCKTAILS GO HAND IN hand with great stories. There are legends about the creation of the Sazerac, the Ramos Gin Fizz, even the Manhattan.

 

How long does whiskey keep once opened?


How long does whiskey keep? In the simplest terms, it lasts almost forever. Distilled spirits don’t spoil. They won’t make you sick like old milk and won’t turn to vinegar like beer and wine.

 

What’s the difference between Scotch and Bourbon?


Scotch is made in Scotland, Bourbon is made in America.

 

How Many Beers Are in a Keg?


It’s a question that comes up pretty much anytime a friend throws a party, a wedding, or an event –  “How many kegs do I need?” and “How many beers are in a keg?”

 
 
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