Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by key001, Oct 19, 2012.
No, some are 375ml bottles.
TY KU Sake. Never had it before, it's pretty good.
Edit: Coconut Sake. I've had their straight sake before.
Picked up a pound of Aged Sumatra at a Peet's while in Portland.
Two nights ago at a party I had four years of their annual releases.
A strawberry banana chocolate smoothie. Made it with the Ninja blender that I got for Christmas.
After the last few days? Water.
Nikka Taketsuru. Not my bottle but that's what I was drinking last. Good stuff, honestly.
I used to drink beers but in recent months I first started drinking red wine, which is usually bought in supermarkets..
Most red wine available in the shelf of supermarkets are coded with recent years like 2015 2016 2017 etc. They are quite inexpensive but I also see some more expensive options i.e. 2011 2007 2005etc
I tried 2011 and 2007 which I can obviously tell that they are better than 2015 2016 and 2017
I don't know about brands and I only look at the prices and years. Of course, usually older years are more expensive.
I'd like to know
If I buy some inexpensive red wine that are 2015 or 2016 and I keep them for 10 or more years home, will their taste get better after 10 years?
In that case I won't need to pay a lot for older years, the only thing to do is to put it away for many years.
No. Nothing good happens in the bottle.
Older vintages aren't necessarily better. Based on what you've said you've been buying, it's your imagination, seriously.
I'm relatively clueless when it comes to wine and am far more knowledgeable when it comes to scotch/whiskey. If you're interested in learning more, I would suggest a wine tasting somewhere.
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