You are 30 Minutes Away from All You'll Ever Need to Know About Whiskey
Each video is short, focused, and to the point. No wasted time: I teach you the essentials in 30 minutes.
Lighthearted & Fun
Thirty minutes is a chunk of time to use to learn about drinking. The videos keep your attention with an upbeat tempo and a passionate, energetic host (that’s me!).
A Great Value
For the cost of two cocktails, you could save money by buying smarter or save a date by helping you sound more experienced. The $19.99 is more than worth it.
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Learn All About Whiskey: How to Drink It, Buy It, Talk About It And Mix It. $19.99
In this easy and fast-paced video series, learn how to shop for whiskey, explore differences between types of whiskey, and where it all comes from. Learn how to talk about what you taste and never worry about participating in the conversation ever again.
Not convinced yet?
Here are five reasons our whiskey course is a win
1. Learn How to Buy Whiskey
The more you pay for whiskey, the better it is, right? Wrong. I’ll teach you how to choose whiskey, read labels, and the differences between styles. You’ll be able to choose intelligently, saving money on the whiskey you buy. By knowing how to talk about whiskeys, you’ll never be afraid of looking inexperienced in front of bartenders or friends.
2. How to Taste Whiskey
Some say whiskey is an acquired taste, but the flavor of whiskeys vary widely. Learning how to define what you taste, how to think about those flavors, and how to talk about it will not only help you enjoy it more, but will also help you describe it to others.
3. How to Stock Your Bar
Getting the right tools, the necessary ones, can be expensive. But if you know what’s available and what you can’t mix without, you’ll save money while looking slick making cocktails anywhere.
4. How to Talk About Whiskey
Are you intimidated by friends who talk about spirits as if they’ve been drinking since grade school? Conquer that social anxiety by learning about the history of whiskey, its origins, and how to talk about it.
5. Mix Drinks They’ll Expect, and a Few They Won’t
Learn classic whiskey cocktails, and how to fix drinks when they go awry. By learning how to improve your drinks, you’ll also learn how to start experimenting on your own.
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