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Vodka, the new trendy distillate

In spite of vodka being originally considered a tasteless, colorless, odorless and neutral beverage distilled out of potato or cereals, it is nowadays revolutionizing the Spanish market with spectacular increases in sales. It is precisely premium vodkas like Grey Goose, Citadelle 6C, Karlsson’s, Beluga, Roberto Cavalli or Belvedere the responsible ones of this change. It […]

Benromach Capellanes Picón Wood Finish, a whisky blended in wine barrels

We would like to talk today about an unusual whisky resulting from the collaboration between the Scottish distillery Benromach and the winery Pago de los Capellanes from the Spanish Ribera del Duero area. Benromach is a distillery located in Speyside – Scotland- owned by Gordon & MacPhail. It is considered as one of the points […]

Brockman’s Gin

We would like to talk today about a very particular and daring gin that can be very recently found in our country: the Brockman’s. Brockman’s is born out of five friends’ passion for gin and out of their admiration towards diversity and ground breaking aromas. Out of this love, they set the target of creating […]

Edgerton Pink Gin, the pink gin

Edgerton Pink Gin as the name says is precisely a pink gin boasting to be one of the not so many gins currently distilled and bottled in London. Although the producer remarks that the colour comes from the pomegranate used to give its pink colour, the distilling is always colourless; hence we might think that […]

The brief history of Vodka

The history of vodka begins in the 9th century when two Russians wanted to import a mead-based spirit from Arabia into Russia. It was during its transportation that the spirit fell and due to the freezing temperatures, was of no use any more. However, such was their determination that far from giving up they decided […]

Whisky or Whiskey

Have you ever wondered why you find this word with two different spellings and in different contexts? Are “whiskey” and “whisky” just two different spellings of the same word, or are they two different words describing two different distilled spirits? We can describe whisky as an alcoholic distilled beverage made from fermented grain mash. Among […]