Why does Alcohol leave a smell?

Why does Alcohol leave a smell?

The smell lingers as long as you’re drunk because it’s not coming from residual booze in your saliva, it’s the smell of your blood itself. When you drink an alcoholic beverage, ethanol (the active ingredient that gets you drunk), is absorbed into your bloodstream. Ethanol is a volatile chemical (i.e. it evaporates easily), so when Read more about Why does Alcohol leave a smell?[…]

Alcohol | TALES OF ANOSMIA

Alcohol | TALES OF ANOSMIA

Hello and welcome to Tales of Anosmia. I’m Joolz and I am anosmic, I have no sense of smell. Today I wanted to talk about alcohol. I personally cannot stand the taste of alcohol in any of its forms and I have tried probably most of them. When I told my new friends in my Read more about Alcohol | TALES OF ANOSMIA[…]

Tasting Five Brands Of Whiskey – With One Clear Winner

Tasting Five Brands Of Whiskey – With One Clear Winner

This week I’m at an all-inclusive resort in Cancun, Mexico… And I’m 61 years old and have never tasted whiskey. So, I thought since this is all-inclusive and, you know, all the alcohol’s included… what the heck! This would be a great opportunity for me to learn about whiskey and find out what kind of Read more about Tasting Five Brands Of Whiskey – With One Clear Winner[…]

Soap made from real beer!

Soap made from real beer!

[MUSIC PLAYING] Whoa, Jared, what are you doing? I’m just going to get some food. Are you kidding me? Have you smelled yourself? You smell like beer, you smell good. Don’t tell me what to do, you’re not my dad. Jared, you smell too good to drive like that. No! [POLICE SIREN] You know why Read more about Soap made from real beer![…]

Extreme Beer Ingesting Grandpa | Worst of Stig

Extreme Beer Ingesting Grandpa | Worst of Stig

Dip your finger and taste You want more? Why does it taste like shit? Cool! This one here is called: “You are an asshole Stig” You’re an asshole… San… Why are you quiet? Say someth… Beer? That’s a bad child? Oj You’re lookin’ pretty good today but a little old a little gray in the Read more about Extreme Beer Ingesting Grandpa | Worst of Stig[…]

Wine Tasting Tips : Herbal Aromas in Wines

Wine Tasting Tips : Herbal Aromas in Wines

One of the categories of wine aromas is herbal. It’s probably not such a stretch to think that you can smell something like mint, or dill, or eucalyptus, fennel, or basil in a glass of wine; after all, herbs and grapes are all agricultural products. Sometimes the grapes themselves bring across an herbal aroma, and Read more about Wine Tasting Tips : Herbal Aromas in Wines[…]

Wine Tasting Tips : Meniscus in Wine Tasting

Wine Tasting Tips : Meniscus in Wine Tasting

One of the things that is very interesting to look for in a glass of wine is the wine’s meniscus. You might have heard the term meniscus before; especially if you’ve ever studied chemistry, or if you’ve ever had a problem with your knee. Chemistry and also Anatomy use the term meniscus, and in both Read more about Wine Tasting Tips : Meniscus in Wine Tasting[…]

Wine Tasting Tips : Elements of Flavor in Wines

Wine Tasting Tips : Elements of Flavor in Wines

There’s something that I like to use to talk about wine and wine tasting, and that is the elements of wine flavor. Flavor is something very easy to talk about. It can be fruity, or spicy, or floral, or meaty, or tomatoey, or garlicky. However, when we think of what makes up those different flavors, Read more about Wine Tasting Tips : Elements of Flavor in Wines[…]

Wine Tasting Tips : How to Describe a Wine’s Flavor

Wine Tasting Tips : How to Describe a Wine’s Flavor

Describing a wine’s flavor is sometimes difficult for people. It doesn’t make much sense to me, because we all grew up describing food. Maybe we’ve gotten a little too lackadaisical; maybe the ways we describe food is like yuk, yum, delicious, give me more of that. We can definitely describe wine flavor like yuk, yum, Read more about Wine Tasting Tips : How to Describe a Wine’s Flavor[…]

Wine Tasting Tips : Mineral Aromas in Wines

Wine Tasting Tips : Mineral Aromas in Wines

Mineral aromas are highly prized in wine. They’re a little bit misunderstood, but you shouldn’t be afraid of a wine that smells a little bit like wet sand, wet stone, a river bank, chalk, flint, steel, flint striking steel, lead pencil, or graphite. These are highly regarded aromas. They’re generally considered to be derived from Read more about Wine Tasting Tips : Mineral Aromas in Wines[…]