How Well Do You Know Your Drinks?



Most of us would agree that there’s nothing like enjoying a nice drink at the end of a long day. As long as you’re of legal drinking age, there’s likely something out there for just about everyone. That being said, a lot of people don’t really know all that much about what it is that they’re drinking. In fact, a lot of people just end up ordering drinks based on how they sound which can be kind of a risk at times. With that in mind, here is a simple guide to help you get to know the drinks that we all know and love. 




Wine is a true classic when it comes to sitting down and enjoying a drink with some delicious food. There are so many kinds and styles that you can find a wine for any occasion. Maybe you want a deep, rich red to go with a roast dinner on a cold evening. Or perhaps you’d prefer something light and crisp and white to sip in the summer sun. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous then why not try something a little out of the ordinary like cherry or mango wine? There are so many different wines out there that there really is something for just about anyone.




A lot of people really can’t get along with beer and that’s understandable. Beer can be something of an acquired taste. However, too many people base their beer opinions on cheap, tasteless stuff that you can find in any bar. The truth is that many beers can be as rich and varied as wines, you just have to be willing to be a little bit adventurous and not just stick with the same lagers that you’ve had before. Playing it safe is never all that much fun anyway!




When most people think of whiskey, the tragedy is that they are often thinking of blended scotch that you can buy at any bar. However, the truth is that this is a far cry from the kinds of truly amazing single malts that you can find if you look a little harder. Not to mention some of the truly amazing bourbons and rye whiskey’s out there. Given its strength and the unique nature of its flavour, it might not be everyone’s cup of tea but whiskey can often offer a drinking experience more complex and enriching than just about anything else you can buy.


Now, just because you understand all of these drinks doesn’t mean that you’re going to enjoy all of them, and nor should you have to! If you simply hate the taste of whiskey or beer or anything else, then that’s totally fine. After all, enjoying a drink is something personal to you and there’s no point in wasting your time, or your money, on something that you’re not actually going to enjoy drinking at all. At least by knowing a bit more about these drinks, you can be sure that you’re always ordering something that you really want.


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