Art of Mixology

Riedel Glasses Review: Necessary or Expense?

Riedel Glasses Review: Necessary or Expense?

Riedel offers a wide range of wine glass series that fits perfectly into your lifestyle. They might be a bit pricey but they are not the priciest in the market. If they are a necessity or an expense that depends on your purpose.

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How Can You Tell If A Wine Glass is Crystal? | Advanced Mixology

How Can You Tell If A Wine Glass is Crystal? | Advanced Mixology

Glassware plays a huge role in wine in terms of presentation and taste. Just as the list for drinks is very broad, so is the list for glassware. Even just in the wine section, there are still a lot of different types of glasses. Wine connoisseurs and wine enthusiasts also pay attention to the type of glass used in serving wine because it helps in enhancing the wine’s taste and looks. So, how can you know what material your wine glass is made of? Let’s find out.   What is a Wine Glass Made Of? Before we get to know some...

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What is a Shaker Glass? | Types, Uses, Pros and Cons

What is a Shaker Glass? | Types, Uses, Pros and Cons

Table Of Contents Types of Shaker Glasses Boston Shaker Glass Cobbler Shaker Glass Parisian/ French Shaker Glass Tin on Tin Shaker Glass Uses of a Shaker Glass Conclusion A cocktail shaker is one of the most iconic bar tools that a bartender is known for. We are familiar with how it works but perhaps not as much when it’s deconstructed. A cocktail shaker has more than one component and this article will be solely about the shaker glass.  The shaker glass is the one-half of a Boston shaker and the one-third of a Cobbler shaker. Since there are different types...

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15 Best Moscato Wines in 2020: Top Wines Reviewed

15 Best Moscato Wines in 2020: Top Wines Reviewed

Ready to buy your Moscato but still need some push? Here’s our top picks from this list.

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What is a Church Key? Why is it Called a Churchkey? Brief History

What is a Church Key? Why is it Called a Churchkey? Brief History

History First off, let us clear the path for the discussion of the churchkey and the theory behind its name. Apparently, not only the ones that resemble a medieval key to churches are called churchkey - it’s the bunch of all the bottle openers in the market. Bottled drinks in the earlier times were sealed with a stopper or cork but it was not successful in keeping the drinks fresh by the time it reaches the customers. To solve this issue, an enterprising inventor, WIlliam Painter of Baltimore, invented and patented the crown cork in 1892, the bottle cap used...

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