My knowledge of cocktails is limited to seeing how many I can drink at press launches, so for those occasions when I have guests who aren’t impressed by my endless supply of bottled real ale, this app is a lifesaver. You can search for cocktails by name, type, colour or basic alcoholic content. Once you’ve come across something …
Nice one - great one to put an end to 'what goes in that' arguments!
Looks far better on...
Windows Phone 7 ;)
And thus the connection between alcohol consumption and spouting complete bollocks is proven.
...I'll download it the second I get back on wifi!
Southern Comfort is a liqueur and as far as I'm concerned, I can't see why it is necessary to segregate Irish Whiskey from Scotch Whisky for the purpose of making cocktails as you're going to mix other stuff with them anyway... Now classifying Rye and Bourbon as separate types does make sense as the taste is different...
Whiskies are different
American 1 distillation
Scotch 2 distillations
Irish 3 distillations
The more distillations, the smoother the drink. Also the process of malting is different, leading to either more or less smoky flavours.
Task for tonight, get bottles of Jack, Bells and Jameson and do a taste test.
Great to see a year-old Windows Phone app finally make it to Android.
Cocktails are not usually associated with ascetics. Just saying.
He's right you know
It *does* look far better on Windows Phone. I'm sure it's still quite good on Android though.
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