9 Mind-Blowing Liquor Myths Debunked


  • queenanne44 posted 5 months ago

    What scotch and whisky brands are 100 proof. I always drink dewers, crown royal, and chives. I also like johnny walker sapphire but it is too expensive of course

  • DebSeckinger1 posted 6 months ago

    We live close to the only wood fired distillery in the US, Wood Hat Distillery in Montgomery city, MO. Absolutely awesome Blue Corn Bourbon. Rubenesque Bourbon is my favorite!

  • BlackJACK65 posted 6 months ago

    UjjalGee7 -I concur! My hubby's Grandpa did a shot of whiskey every morning & smoked cigarettes and lived to be 92,

  • uberboner posted 9 months ago

    False. Bourbon, as recognized by the United States government, isn't required to follow a geographic appellation. The Standards of Identity for bourbon sold in the US is as follows: a minimum of 51% corn in the grain bill (mash); distilled in the United States (ANYWHERE) to no more than 160 proof; aged in charred, unused, oak barrels; racked at no more than 125 proof; and bottled over 80 proof. Bourbon aged a minimum of 2 years with no other added colors, flavors or spirits qualifies to be labeled as Straight Bourbon. While it's true that a large majority of bourbon is produced in Kentucky, there is no requirement and many distilleries all over the Unite States produce true bourbons.

  • cazsspot posted 9 months ago

    Bourbon is only made in Kentucky. Some places call it bourbon, but if bourbon is made anywhere but Kentucky, technically it is then whiskey. Even if say Jim Beam were to open another location across state lines and then use the exact same recipe, the batches from the new location would technically be whiskey. It is just easier and less confusing to let them call it which ever one they want to.

  • pennydiaz042002.2bc5 posted 10 months ago

    I am a vodka Soda drinker, not sweet so it keeps me feeling pretty good the next day.

  • UjjalGee7 posted 11 months ago

    True, Drinking kills. My grandfather was 95 when he died. Had a 'glass' of whiskey every day!

  • adam.bailey.58760608 posted 12 months ago

    can it be considered real vodka if it's not russian?
    much like if it's not from champagne france it's not real champagne or scotch from places other than scotland is just whiskey

  • adam.bailey.58760608 posted 12 months ago

    rum IS a Caribbean/West Indian spirit just because because it is now produced in various places throughout the world does not change it's place of birth

  • adam.bailey.58760608 posted 12 months ago

    The most powerful ‘drug’ in absinthe is and has always been THUJONE
    pre-ban euro absinthe has/had higher amounts of thujone, while the ABV is normally higher in absinthe it is not the only reason it was so popular with bohemian artists

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