Premixed drinks are ready to drink alcoholic beverages which have been mixed with other flavours such as, fruit juices or soft drinks or have had flavours such as ale or better known as ginger ale or other ingredients added. These premixed drinks which are also known as pre packaged and ready to drink for your convenience. They range from Bourbo...
Premixed drinks are ready to drink alcoholic beverages which have been mixed with other flavours such as, fruit juices or soft drinks or have had flavours such as ale or better known as ginger ale or other ingredients added. These premixed drinks which are also known as pre packaged and ready to drink for your convenience. They range from Bourbon, Gin, Whisky, Rum, Vodka,Tequila and Liqueurs. So what are some of the famous brands which give rise to sample tasting or the convenience of premix ready to drink beverages - Bourbon: Bulleit,Cougar,Jim Beam, McKenna, Slate,Old Crow, Real McCoy, Rebel Yell, Southern Comfort,UDL,Wild Turkey and Woodstock.- Gin: Gordons, and UDL. - Whisky: Ballantines, Black Douglas, Canadian Club, Haig, Jack Daniels, and Johnny Walker. Rum: Bundaberg, and Bundy. - Vodka: Bacardi,Breezer,Cruiser,Vodka Cruiser, Q Vodak, Pulse,Ruski,Russian Standard, Skyy,Smirnoff, and UDL.- Tequila:Tequila Slamma, Liqueurs: Midori, and Passion Pop.
Bourbon is a purely American liquor and the pride of Kentucky, it is derived from corn, but other grains are involved. Bourbon must be at least 51 percent corn, at more than 80 percent , by Federal USA law it is denominated corn whiskey. We still think of bourbon in the genteel context of lush grass, horses, antebellum mansions, and branch water. The basis of the mint julep. On the other hand, we think of corn whiskey as the product made by the light of the moon by that quintessential American folk character, the hillbilly. But now with premix much of the bourbon can be conveniently enhanced with a variety of flavours in either cola, soda, lemonade, or ginger ale in a ready to drink pack type.
Gin is a flavoured white spirit. All Gin is flavoured with juniper berries, and usually other things too, like lemon, coriander seeds, and so on. Unlike liqueurs, where flavourings are added to the distilled spirits, Gin is made by re-distilling the spirit with the flavourings, either with the flavouring ingredients in the still, or by passing the vapour through the flavouring agents during distillation. Now you can enjoy Gin in a variety of flavours of premixes with Tonic, and Soda
All the Spirits, Scotches, Cognacs, Vodka, Brandy's, Grappa, Armagnac, Bourbon, Single Malt Scotch, and exotic liqueurs such the Grand Marnier, and Sambuca can be gathered under the inspirational phrase, 'water of life' (aqua vitae in Latin, eau de vie in French, even the word 'whiskey' has its root in the Gaelic for 'water of life'). The event of Premix RTD (Ready To Drinks) can be conveniently enhanced with a variety of flavours in either in either cola, soda, lemonade, or ginger ale in a ready to drink pack type.
Australian Dark Rum - Heavy or dark, is made in traditional pot stills with a slow fermentation of up to 12 days. Brown rum, which is different to dark rum, is aged six years in oak barrels. As far as comparison goes, it's similar to brandy, bourbon, or whiskey. A fine brown rum should be enjoyed like a cognac. Dark or brown rums are heavily flavoured and should be used only as an accent in a cocktail, never as a base. But then with the advent of premix's this base is combined to be enhanced with cola, lemonade, soda, and dry ginger ale.
Tequila was first produced in the 16th century near the location of the city of Tequila, which was not officially established until 1656. Although some tequilas have remained as family owned brands, most well-known tequila brands are owned by large multinational corporations. However, there are over 100 distilleries making over nine hundred brands of tequila in Mexico and over 2,000 brand names have been registered (2009 Statistics). Due to this, each bottle of tequila contains a serial number (NOM) depicting in which distillery the tequila was produced. Because there are only so many distilleries, multiple brands of tequila come from the same location. There are two basic categories of tequila: Mixtos and 100% Agave. Mixtos use up to 49% of other sugars in the fermentation process, with Agave taking up the remainder. Mixtos use both glucose and fructose sugars. With 100% agave tequila, blanco or plata is harsher with the bold flavours of the distilled agave up front, while reposado and añejo are smoother, subtler, and more complex. As with other spirits that are aged in casks, tequila takes on the flavours of the wood, while the harshness of the alcohol mellows now you can enjoy it as a premix in a convenient ready to drink variety
Vodka Premixes and ready to drinks (RTD) are a convenient, cool and refreshing alcoholic beverage for those long hot summer nights, parties, or for that matter the casual drink. Vodka is a clear spirit, usually distilled from grain. Fermented, distilled to a high proof, filtered, diluted, and bottled. Many varieties of schnapps are like this too, so they're in this list as well. If you're a schnapps purist, please forgive my vodka-centrism. Also included here are flavoured vodkas and some vodka-based liqueurs as well. Akvavit (or aquavit), though named like whisky (the water of life), is pretty much flavoured vodka. The home of vodka is north-eastern Europe, with various countries (usually Poland or Russia) claiming the invention of vodka. Whatever the case, the best vodkas are Polish, with Russian and Finnish vodkas close behind. You might prefer Western-style vodkas with less-flavour.
And how to drink it? Straight, and in company. Keep the bottle or can in the freezer if you want. Friends, a bottle, a table and a few glasses are all you need. Western tradition, unable to cope with such a strong drink, usually insists on mixing spirits. Vodka, with its unobtrusiveness, is an ideal mixer. Vital to Black Russians, vodka-tinis, screwdrivers and many others, also goes well with everything from cola to coffee.
There is an extensive range of well known brands such as Cruiser,CS Cowboy, Pulse Green,Ruski,SKYY,Smirnoff,UDL, Vodka Cruiser with mixers and flavours such as Vodka lemon,lemon lime and bitters,soda,and guarana,wild berry,mix lime and soda,wild berry, mix lime and soda, mix tonic,apple,orange,passion fruit,pineapple,raspberry,electric pink and pine lime.
From the sixth century to the mid-nineteenth century, scotch whisky was largely unknown outside of Scotland and England. There was no whisky industry as such, and each laird probably had a still that supplied neighbours and a little outside trade. No doubt, the Scotch Whisky of those years was harsh and smoky, imbued with the taste of peat (a kind of pre-coal consisting of partially carbonized vegetable matter, largely heather, formed in bogs).
In 1853, Andrew Usher began to blend Scotch whisky for sale. Britannia then ruled the world, or at least much of it, and the demand for a taste of home far exceeded any supply the malt distilleries could provide.
He mixed malt spirit with grain whisky and produced a lighter, less expensive, more consistent, and significantly larger supply of whisky. Usher also used a vastly more efficient continuous or patent still instead of the old fashioned pot still. There are four regions of whisky production in Scotland....The Lowlands located in the south, just below Glasgow and Edinburgh. Although most Lowlands scotch whisky goes into blends, the single malts are light, delicate, fruity, and lack the smoke of peat and smack of sea that characterise their cousins to the north.... Campbeltown This region is located on a peninsula on the west coast. only two operating distilleries remain, but one , Springbank, is thought to be among Scotland's best.
The sea exerts a strong influence on Campbelltown's Scotch Whisky...Islay this island just north of Campbeltown commands a view of Northern Ireland, but these days premix's can provided customers with a delightful range of flavour enhancers such as Cola, Lemonade,Soda, and Dry Ginger Ale.
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