I was pretty excited to try Flaviar. It’s been on my list of “things to try” for a few years now. So getting to review it and check out what…
Fireball: the cinnamon whisky that reportedly “Tastes like heaven. Burns like hell.” In fact, it does neither of those things.
When and why you should buy Fireball is debatable. But if you do happen to find yourself saddled with a bottle, at least you can mix it in a cocktail!
(Seriously, look below for some extra yummy cocktails! But I don’t recommend sipping Fireball on the rocks while relaxing by the fireside.)
Quick Review of Fireball
- Cinnamon flavored whisky good for mixing
What does “The Macallan” conjure up for you? Mahogany fireplaces in cozy libraries? Businessmen discussing million dollar trades over cigars? A fancy dinner out you’ll regret later? The Macallan has certainly become the ubiquitous luxury scotch. Even relative newcomers to the world of whisky seem to know that Macallan screams quality. And there are good reasons for it too.
Main Differences Between Macallan 12 vs 18
The main differences between Macallan 12 vs 18 are:
- Macallan 12 is spicy, chocolaty, nutty, and heavy on caramel, whereas Macallan 18 is rich, leathery, full of dried fruit, and intensely oaky
- Macallan 12 is around $60, whereas Macallan 18 is around $260
- Macallan 12 is bottled at 40% ABV, whereas the Macallan 18 is bottled at 43% ABV.
A Brief Bac
The Manhattan and the Old Fashioned: two of the most well-known cocktails in the world. Walk into any bar and you’ll be able to order one without thinking twice.
But what really is the difference? Whether you’re looking for a solid go-to cocktail or just curious about the difference, get ready to explore two of the most classic whisky cocktails.
Main Differences Between Manhattan vs Old Fashioned?
The main differences between Manhattan vs Old Fashioned are:
- Manhattan is made with Sweet Vermouth, whereas Old Fashioned is made with sugar.
- Manhattan is a dry cocktail with savory notes, whereas Old Fashioned is a sweet cocktail.
- Manhattan is served in a
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