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  • An apple a day is enough... Drouin Calvados - by our blogger Jan Ohrt

    Spirits blogger Jan Ohrt took a virtual trip to Normandy to taste some apples at Christian Drouin and to find out if their more than 200 gold medals are deserved and if it's true that they absorb about 1,000 times more CO2 than they produce.

  • Apple brandy from Danish distillery Tonow - our blogger Thomas Heie Nielsen explores
    Is there anything more Danish than a juicy and crisp summer apple? Hardly. And if you throw schnapps into the equation, it's about as Danish as it gets.
  • Barbeque opskrift with Big Peat Whisky
    Are you a fan of food on the grill and love a good whiskey? Then here's the perfect BBQ opskrift with Big Peat Whisky
  • Calvados + Caroni. A beautiful symphony - our Rome blogger Thomas Heie Nielsen tells us
    Now, this review can't technically pass for a novel review, as it's not rum. And yet it isn't. Because there is some extremely potent rum in this review. Normally, I'm mostly concerned with rum. But the other day, at a rum tasting at Whisky.dk, I was handed a sample with Calvados that has been aged on an ex.Caroni rum barrel. I don't have much experience with Calvados. But I do have experience with Caroni.
  • Drouet Cognac - Blog post by Thomas Heie Nielsen
    Many people have an attitude that cognac is something about old men in suits, brown leather furniture and a cigar in the other hand. This is completely wrong. And we can also start by debunking the myth that only the French drink cognac. This is also completely wrong.

  • El Tequileño Tequila. Premium tequila from the top shelf - blogger Thomas Heie Nielsen tries tequila
    Now, this review can't technically pass for a novel review, as it's not rum, which is Thomas Heie Nielsen's specialty - no, this time he dives into the tequila brand El Tequileno from Mexico
  • Fary Lochan Gin - our blogger Thomas Heie Nielsen explores
    Learn more about Fary Lochan's Gin variants in this blog post, where our blogger Thomas Heie Nielsen explores the exciting variants from the distillery in Farre.
  • Fary Lochan Snaps - our blogger Thomas Heie Nielsen explores
    Learn more about Fary Lochan's Snapse flavors in this blog post, where our blogger Thomas Heie Nielsen explores the exciting flavors from the distillery in Farre.
  • Learn more about Cognac
    V.S? XO? Napoleon? What does these terms mean and what do they stand for? Read more about it in this blogpost and learn more about cognac
  • My name is Ramon. Don Ramón - by Jan Ohrt
    Blogger Jan Ohrt is once again on a trip to the Jalisco district and meets Don Ramón and, somewhat surprisingly, Pierce Brosnan. In addition to tasting six different types of Don Ramon's tequila, he also uses giant prawns marinated in tequila.
  • Review of El Tequileno - by our blogger Jan Ohrt
    Blogger Jan Ohrt takes a trip to the epicenter of tequila, the Jalisco district in Mexico, and meets one of the country's top producers of this mythical drink made from slow-baked agave. In addition to tasting six different types of their tequila, he also has to swallow a large camel at the end.
  • Review of Tequila by our blogger Jan Ohrt

    Rum blogger Jan Ohrt delves into the Mexican national drink and tries to make up for the slightly bad reputation most Danes have methodically given Tequila over the years and celebrates The International Margarita Day with a little gem of a toothbrush dessert. You can find the recipe separately right here: Margarita Sorbet

  • Food with Alcohol - A cookbook about spirits by Jan Ohrt
    This little cookbook that we have now launched is intended as a tribute to real food and good spirits. And by good spirits, we mean good spirits. Often, one might think that when something doesn't taste quite right, you can just pour it into the food. Nothing could be further from the truth.
  • Food with Alcohol - A cookbook about spirits by Jan Ohrt
    This little cookbook that we have now launched is intended as a tribute to real food and good spirits. And by good spirits, we mean good spirits. Often, one might think that when something doesn't taste quite right, you can just pour it into the food. Nothing could be further from the truth.
  • Food with Alcohol - A cookbook about spirits by Jan Ohrt
    This little cookbook that we have now launched is intended as a tribute to real food and good spirits. And by good spirits, we mean good spirits. Often, one might think that when something doesn't taste quite right, you can just pour it into the food. Nothing could be further from the truth.
  • Food with Alcohol - A cookbook about spirits by Jan Ohrt
    This little cookbook that we have now launched is intended as a tribute to real food and good spirits. And by good spirits, we mean good spirits. Often, one might think that when something doesn't taste quite right, you can just pour it into the food. Nothing could be further from the truth.
  • Food with Alcohol - A cookbook about spirits by Jan Ohrt
    This little cookbook that we have now launched is intended as a tribute to real food and good spirits. And by good spirits, we mean good spirits. Often, one might think that when something doesn't taste quite right, you can just pour it into the food. Nothing could be further from the truth.