The Rum and Coke is a classic that will endure the test of time. But how did it come into being? Why is it called the Cuba Libre? Pratik Katre tells us everything we need to know.
There has been a lot of buzz about this stuff, and I finally managed to get a bottle for myself. How does it taste? What foods does it pair with? Read on to find out.
Sangria is one of the best things to happen to wine. The perfect party drink, the perfect summertime fix – it doesn’t get much better than that.
This week, one of the world’s favourite wines – Port. India has it’s very own version of it, and it doesn’t disappoint.
We now dive into the world of fortified wines – starting with the most underrated of all of them. What’s so great about Sherry? Read on to find out.
Wine goes through a lot before it hits the shelves. Find out more about how wines are aged inside the vineyards, why they taste the way they do.
We’re back with another segment of the Wine 101 series. This week, the many different kinds of wine, and how to tell them apart. Read till the end for a special announcement. 🙂
We end our segment on blended whisky by exploring the three biggest names in the business – Johnnie Walker, Dewars, and Chivas.
How does Champagne get its bubbles? Find out more about the Meryl Streep of the wine world – the Superstar, Champagne.
Arguably the most famous wine in the world, yet so much of it is shrouded in mystery. Read about the King of wine, and the wine of Kings, Champagne.
From it’s original conception and distribution around the world in 6,000 B.C., to its threat of complete extinction from a mysterious foe in the late 19th Century, wine has come a long, long way.