Louisiana

    Review: LA1 Louisiana Whiskey

    … smokiness and bitter root notes, but it’s just so tough to shake that wood. Even water doesn’t do this whiskey much service. While it does help to coax out a few light fruit notes of golden raisins and lemon peel, the water actually makes the overall wood character even more powerful — and tougher to muscle through. 94 proof. Reviewed: Batch #3, bottle #461/500. C- / $45 / dpdspirits.com Similar Posts: This entry was posted in Rated C-, Reviews, Whiskey. Bookmark the permalink.…

    2 readers - By Christopher Null/ Drinkhacker.com

    Best Craft Beer + Food Pairing 2014

    …. I had a favorite beer too. Black Raven Brewing was pouring the only sour beer in the room and I am a huge sour beer fan. The Black Raven Brewing King Dandy Pit Fruit Sour was a lip smacking plum sour beer. Sweet and sour and totally delicious the beer was brewed by “Shiney”, who recently returned to his home state of Louisiana to try his hand…

    4 readers - By Washington State Beer and Wine

    Texas Winery Club Includes other Texas Wineries

    … cases. For more information about private label wines, please call or email with any questions. Please contact Terry Willett at 903-278-4283 or email at info@texaswineryclub.com. The post Texas Winery Club Includes other Texas Wineries appeared first on Texas Wine Lover.…

    3 readers - By Texas Wine Lover

    Pairing Wines With Lobster

    … England clam chowder Shrimp and scallop cakes 4 lobster tails A nice sampler of small chocolate candies All were packed in dry ice and in pristine condition on a hot, muggy Louisiana afternoon. To accompany the meal, we made a simple salad of lettuce and tomato, baked potatoes and fresh corn. This was a tasty meal. The clam chowder was excellent…

    1 readers - By Randy Smith/ The Wine Write