Shop By Brands

Wine & Spirits
Blog Search
10/9/2018

Hennessy Privilege VSOP Cognac Review

The Hennessy Privilege VSOP Cognac is a spirit produced by Jas Hennessy & Co., which is the biggest producer of Cognac today. Founded in 1765, they currently bring out more than 45 million bottles each year. Hennessy Cognac has been famous as far back as 1817, when the then Prince of Wales asked Hennessy House to come up with what he called a “very superior old pale cognac”. This set off a category, which would eventually be referred to as “VSOP”.

Read more»
9/9/2018

Lot No. 40 Rye Whisky Review

Lot No. 40 Rye Whisky is a Corby branded spirit, which hit the market in the 1990's as Lot No. 40 Single Copper Pot Still Canadian Whisky, and was touted as a connoisseur's item. Despite the lukewarm reception at the time, it was re-launched in 2012. Simply put, this whisky is a brute in terms of alcohol content. It is made in small batches, out of rye grain, and then aged for at least 12 years in barrels made of oak.

Read more»
8/9/2018

Black Magic Spiced Rum Review

Black Magic Spiced Rum comes with a fascinating backstory about an ancient sorceress that lived on a utopic island off the African coast. Calamity struck and the island sank, but not before the sorceress distilled the “essence and spirit” of its dwellers into the native drink, which since turned up in many parts of the world right before the rise of many great civilizations.

Read more»
6/9/2018

Jack Daniels Single Barrel Select Review

You probably do not need to be introduced to Tennessee-based Jack Daniel’s and their flagship Jack Daniels Old No. 7. Having steered clear of the bourbon classification, the distillery reiterates that their spirits undergo the famous Lincoln County Process of filtration, where charcoal is used to take out contaminants and flavors before aging.

Read more»
8/31/2017
8/29/2017
8/28/2017
8/25/2017
6/12/2017

Basic Rules of Drinking Mezcal

You might have had Mezcal on Cinco de Mayo; there is glory in drinking this alcohol. Mezcal is popular in Mexico, and it tastes somewhat similar to Tequila. Drinkers tend to use Mezcal and Tequila interchangeably, and these are two popular liquors online. Below are some rules on how to drink the Mezcal without hurting your stomach.

Read more»
6/9/2017

5 Varieties of Red Wine Grapes

Having a glass of delicious red wine with your friends or loved ones after a stressful day at work is one the best ways to de-stress. Another added advantage of drinking red wine regularly is that it will bring numerous health benefits to you such as lower cholesterol levels and controlled blood sugar level.

Read more»

Popular Posts

© Developed by CommerceLab

Payment Options

Customer Reviews

Subscribe to receive our Deals! Our members get early access to deals, giveways, and more.