Universal Wine Glass

By Brian Lemay 21 comments

Hey Tasters! Last night I was tasting some wine with a sommelier friend of mine, and she made a big point about how much the shape of the wine glass affects the aromas and the taste of the wine. I couldn’t believe it, but you know what, we tasted wine side-by-side in two different wine […]

Choosing a Wine Refrigerator

By Brian Lemay 10 comments

hey everybody its Lana and Rowland from http://winestorageguide.com with a quick guide to choosing a wine refrigerator. How to choose a wine cooler. Best Wine coolers. Best wine fridge. Choosing a wine fridge. Waterford Raiders are practical way to keep wind chill for drinking are stored for the short or long haul become in many […]

UCLA study IDs a promising new treatment for alcoholism

By Brian Lemay 2 comments

We want to know whether this medication may actually reduce cravings for alcohol; whether it might change how you feel when you do drink alcohol. And to get those answers we bring them into the laboratory, we administer the medication for a period of time and then present our patients with alcohol and record how […]

Best and Worst Keto Sweeteners

By Brian Lemay 100 comments

as you probably know by now one of the main pillars of a ketogenic diet is avoiding nearly all sugars and carbs keeping our carb macro super low is what allows our bodies to trigger ketosis and start rapidly burning fat as an energy source but for those who are new to a low-carb diet […]

Tests for Alcohols – MeitY OLabs

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Tests for Alcohols Alcohols are organic compounds containing the hydroxyl functional group. They are formed by replacing the hydrogen atom of a hydrocarbon with a -OH group. Alcohols are classified as monohydric, dihydric and trihydric depending on the number of hydroxyl groups. They are further classified as primary (1), secondary (2�) and tertiary (3�) according […]

Does Drinking Alcohol Kill Your Gut Bacteria?

By Brian Lemay 100 comments

From the hand sanitizer at your favorite food truck to those single-use wipes at the doctor’s office, alcohols are used to disinfect things all the time. So every time you have an alcoholic drink, it’s basically like microbe-killing juice… which doesn’t sound so great for the helpful critters in your gut. But, turns out, drinking […]

Wine Sulphites and the Infamous Red Wine Headache

By Brian Lemay 4 comments

What on Earth are Sulphites and who put them in my wine? I thoroughly enjoyed researching this topic and can’t wait to share with you all the interesting information I have found out about sulphites in wine! And stick around till the end for a bonus tip about the infamous red wine headache and its […]

Another Period – Too Much Cocaine Wine

By Brian Lemay 93 comments

More cocaine wine? – Yes. – A little bit more won’t hurt. Any lady in Newport society needs to know how to hold her liquor. Well, I can hold my liquor better than anyone! Me, too! Oh, my goodness, that sounds like a challenge. Shall we see who can drink it the fastest? – Oh! […]

How to make a recycled drinking glass from a vodka bottle

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How to make a recycled drinking glass from a bottle First you will need some attractive bottles Score around the bottle using the bottle cutter Stick some blue tack along the score line This is used to keep the hot and cold water on the score line and increases the cutting success rate You are […]

Coke Cans in Acid and Base – Periodic Table of Videos

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what’s being generated over there in the acid can all my word we’re going to show you something rather mininum today and the thing is we’ve got here coke cans and Pepsi cans as well so that it’s fair but when Neil gave them to me I had to look inside and you can see […]