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Whisky is one of the world’s most popular alcoholic beverages, namely its distinctive flavor, its unlikeliness to give you a really bad hangover relative to other kinds of alcohol, and that it can be a good way of keeping colds away.

Benefits of whiskey

Whisky Reduces Weight Loss

Whiskey however, has no fat, and little sodium. It also contains simple sugars in alcohol, which are quickly broken down by the body and converted into extra energy.You can drink a tumbler of whiskey without worrying about packing on the pounds thanks to its low sugar content.

Boost Heart Health

Did you know that drinking whiskey can actually make your heart healthier? Aside from wine and dark beer, what other alcohols can claim that? Not only will whiskey reduce the risk of blood clots, but it will lower your stroke and heart attack risk as well. The antioxidants in whiskey stop cholesterol from clogging your arteries, and it can even boost your good cholesterol.

Fight Cancer

Whisky is rich in antioxidants, particularly one known as ellagic acid. This antioxidant stops your body’s DNA from coming in contact with cancer-causing compounds, reducing the risk of carcinogens forming. It can also protect your body from chemotherapy, and will reduce oxidation in your body.

Fight Stress

A small amount of whiskey a day can reduce anxiety and stress. It also helps calm your nerves and relax your body.

Improve Brain Health

A study conducted in 2003 discovered that drinking whiskey reduces your risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia. If you’re worried that your brain is slowing down in your old age, it’s time to start drinking whiskey to protect your very important organ from damage

So Here Now Comes One of Best Way To Have A Whisky !

Appreciating Straight Whisky

Pour “two fingers” of whisky into a rocks or tulip glass. Rocks glasses, the classic whiskey cup, are short, round glasses made for 12-14oz or liquid. Tulip glasses are curved wide at the bottom and thinner up top, concentrating the smells near your nose, and are used for more high-class whiskey tastings. While any glass will do, these are the two typical glasses used to serve whisky.

  • Two fingers means that you pour the whisky up to the height of two fingers held at the bottom of the glass.

Use the color of the whisky to gauge its age.

Whiskey gets its color from contact with the wooden cask it is aged in. In general, the darker the color, the older the whiskey. Purplish tints can mean the whiskey was aged in sherry or port barrels, giving it a slightly fruitier taste.

Lift the glass to your nose for a smell.

  • Vanilla, caramel, and toffee are the classic “whiskey flavors,” and are a byproduct of the aging process in wooden casks.
  • Floral and citrus flavors are becoming more and more common in whiskeys, especially blends.
  • Maple flavors are common in many American whiskeys, particularly in Tennessee Whiskey like Jack Daniels.
  • Smokiness is common in Scotch whiskey, particularly from the region of Islay. The smokiness comes from the peat fires used to dry the whiskey out.

Place a few drops of clean water into your whisky.

This drop of water not only dilutes the whisky slightly, making the flavor a bit more manageable to novice drinkers, it also opens up the flavors and makes them more noticeable. Whenever possible, use distilled or bottled water to preserve the flavor of the whisky

Taste the whiskey and compare it to its smell.

Take a sip of the whiskey and let it coat your tongue, lingering on your palate before swallowing. Don’t chug it or down it like a shot. A medium-sized sip, enjoyed slowly, is the best way to drink whiskey

Keep any added ice to a minimum.

Whiskey becomes a bit dull when it chills, so serious whiskey drinkers usually skip the ice or add no more than 1 cube. Ice not only chills the drink, it usually adds more water than you want as it melts, diluting the drink too much and making it watery.



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  1. Rakesh says:

    Veryyyy nice Devanshi👌🏻

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