Whiskey Guide

The History of Whiskey

Records show that distillation began around 2000 BC in Mesopotamia. This process was primarily used to produce perfumes. It spread to Africa and then was brought to Europe by the Moors. It was first used in Europe at monasteries for medicinal purposes, such as treating smallpox, colic and palsy. It …

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How To Wash, Clean & Maintain Whiskey Stones?

How To Wash, Clean & Maintain Whiskey Stones

Last updated on December 31st, 2017 at 09:08 am Soapstone is a metamorphic, non-porous rock composed principally of talc, magnesium, silicate and chlorate. Soaprock is a stain-resistant surface, and thus is relatively easy to maintain, which explains why a lot of luxury kitchen counters are made with it. But what about cleaning our whiskey stones, do they get …

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What Are Whiskey Stones? Our Wiki Answer!

What Are Whiskey Stones?

Who doesn’t like whisky or whiskey? The nectar of sophistication is more than a drink…it is a signature fashion statement. One of the major conundrums of a whiskey drinker is how to chill the whiskey without diluting it. Yes, we all have been there. Ice and chilled water definitely adulterate the …

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Whiskey or Whisky?

What’s in A Word: Whisky or Whiskey? What whiskey will not cure, there is no cure for. Old Irish proverb Whisky is the Scots English spelling for Whiskey, which is the Irish-English spelling of the word – in the United States, the Irish spelling is generally preferred, in the UK …

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