Beer, noble spirits and liqueurs of the worldDiscover beers, fine spirits and liquors from all over the world

Discovering noble spirits is fun. Don't only enjoy the delicacies on your plate during your travels. The tastes in your glass are interesting, too.

Take a look behind the scenes of whiskey distilleries and beer breweries. Let a beer brewer tell you how to make his craft beer. Learn how to make whiskey, rum, liqueurs from all over the world, and other spirits. Fruit brandies and fruit schnapps are specialties in many countries. It is also interesting how they are used in gastronomy. They often are turned into cocktails that are worth discovering.

Use our recommendations for your travels. There's a lot to discover. Bars offer cocktail hours. Taste the creations of bartenders. Learn how to do it yourself. Or distill your own schnapps. There are many ways how and where to find out more about spirits. We collect options here. Discover them with us.

Here are our recommendations:

Canada's single malt whiskey from Glenora

Canada's single malt whiskey is distilled at the Glenora Distillery & Inn on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. In addition to being a whiskey distillery, Glenora also has a hotel and restaurant with some of the best cuisine on the island.

Bon Appetit in Ireland - Discover Food Trends

Ireland's Food Trends Bon Appetit in Ireland! Ten years ago I would have thought that I would never say that. At that time, the food on the island consisted mainly of overcooked cabbage or broccoli, potatoes and Irish stew. Various types of root vegetables brought a bit of variety into the meal. You searched in vain for fruit on the menus. [...]

Best cider from Canada from Sea Cider Farm

The best cider on Vancouver Island comes from the Heritage apples that Sea Cider uses to make its wine. You can test this at a cider tasting at the Sea Cider Farm in Saanichton north of Victoria. Let yourself be surprised by the apple wines from Vancouver Island.

How to prepare an absinthe drink

Absinthe is a drink with a story. It came into fashion in Switzerland at the end of the 19th century, but continued its success story almost immediately in France. It consists of herbs: including anise, fennel, lemon balm, hyssop and St. John's wort.