One of the biggest things to consider, when hosting an event that is held at your home, is the liquor. Many of us struggle with where we would have the bar area, set up tables and make a quick make shift bar for the evening. What if you had your very own home bar?
In recent years the term “Man Cave” or “mantuary” has become a popular way of describing the space in which a man can call his very own. This space is usually somewhere inside the house. It could be a bedroom, or even the garage. The point is for the man to have his own private sanctuary from all the stresses of everyday life.
So, you recently paid out $90 on that bottle of absinthe you have wanted forever. But have you given any thought to suitable preparation for the drink? When prepared correctly, your absinthe will taste and smell as magnificent as a bright spring morning. Yet mix it incorrectly and you will have a $125 bottle of swamp water (hint: maybe there is a reason why absinthe fountains are quite popular). We should take a look at why you should pamper this one-of-a-kind spirit.
Do you believe sparkling wine is just for special events? Do you believe you require a certain income to try it more than a few times each year? Throwing a champagne party can be as easy as affordable Unless you intend to buy the most expensive champagne at your closest distributor every time.
No question that this is going to be expensive, but there are some things you can do to keep the cost more moderate. You might begin by stocking only the basic liquors. And, in any case, you do not need to purchase the premium brands at their whopping premium prices. If you really like them though, purchase enough for you and perhaps the one or two guests that can tell the difference, most can’t tell and don’t care.
If you are going to do research on which is the world’s most consumed alcoholic beverage there is no doubt that your results will turn out wine as the number one choice. Grape juice that has undergone fermentation is to thank for this sweet beverage.
People have to stop thinking of drinking wine as just a quick action to get the alcohol into the body and start thinking of it as a whole experience. They have to realize that they must involve 3 of their 5 senses. They have to use their sense of smell, sight and lastly taste. This will make them realize that there is so much more to appreciate in wine than what they have been until now.