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Canadian whisky is a blended, light-bodied whisky with a more delicate flavor than American whiskey. ). 34 • Bartending Inside-Out IRISH WHISKEY is distilled from a mash of barley, corn, rye, wheat, and oats. The barley malt, unlike the whisky of Scotland, is dried in closed kilns, which eliminates the smoky, peaty flavor found in Scotch. Bushmill’s and Jameson are two examples. RYE WHISKEY is distilled from a mash of at least 51% rye. Rye whiskies are not very common. O. C. are often mistakenly called rye.
S. government. Made now minus the wormwood and marketed under the trade names — Pernod and Herbsaint. ADVOKATT: An eggnog liqueur originally from Holland. Made from neutral spirits, egg yolks and sugar. 40° AKVAVIT / AQUAVIT: A neutral spirit redistilled with caraway. This Scandinavian spirit is usually served cold. 80° AMARETTO: An almond-flavored liquor made from apricot pits. 50° AMER PICON: An orange-flavored French apéritif made with quinine and spices. 78° ANISETTE: A licorice-flavored liqueur made from anise seed.
A dry, full-bodied, slightly tart wine. MERLOT: A soft, full bodied, spicy wine, often used as a blend to soften Cabernet Sauvignon. Merlot is deep in color, low in tannin, and high in alcohol. PINOT NOIR: A light-to medium-bodied wine with a medium-to-high acidity and medium-low tannin. Its aroma can be very fruity (red berries) or earthy. ROSÉ: These wines are classified as red wines. The individual coloring of these wines is determined by the length of time that the grape skins are allowed to remain in contact with the juice during fermentation.