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Whiskey and Water

A Novel of the Promethean Age

by Elizabeth Bear

  • 132 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Roc Trade .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages431
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7576351M
ISBN 100451461495
ISBN 109780451461490

Uisce beatha (Irish pronunciation: [ˈɪʃkʲə ˈbʲahə]), is the name for whiskey in Old Irish uisce "water", and bethu "life". The equivalent in Scottish Gaelic is rendered uisge-beatha. The word "whiskey" (as spelt in Ireland and America) or "whisky" (the typical spelling in Scotland and the rest of the world) itself is simply an anglicised version of this phrase, stemming from Other designations: Blended, Bottled in bond, .   Here, in a excerpt from the book, is how rice whiskey, the liquor of choice for many Thais, is made. In , I attended the Songkhran celebration in the village of Baan Mai in Northern : Andy Ricker.

In his new book, Drink More Whiskey, Daniel Yaffe explores the fascinating history—and current state—of America's signature spirit. Just as gin in Britain and vodka in Russia, America's. Whiskey and Water A Novel of the Promethean Age (Book): Bear, Elizabeth: Penguin PutnamSeveral years ago, Matthew the Magician ended an age-old war. It only cost him everything-and everyone-he knew and loved. Turning against his mentor, Jane Andraste, in the realm of Faerie left him physically crippled and his power shattered. But Matthew remains the protector of New York City.

  — Clay Risen, author of American Whiskey, Bourbon and Rye "An instant whiskey classic that will make all whiskey geeks smarter than their friends." — Fred Minnick, author of Whiskey Women “I shouldn’t say this is the only whiskey book you need but it probably is.” — Charles K. Cowdery, author of Bourbon, Straight. From the PublisherBrand: Storey Books. On the rocks – since whiskey is a potent, high alcohol content liquor, many prefer to dilute it a bit to lower the alcohol using ice, also know as “rocks” With a few drops of water – also known as “releasing the serpent”, a few drops of water will help open this spirit up and enhance the flavor.


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I finished the book in a heartbeat and have been re-reading it to get more details. It really exposes the world of whiskey in a very simple and easily digestible way.

Heather breaks down the flavor and scents of whiskey and compares them to things like the smell of grass or fresh paper/5(50). Blood and Iron & Whiskey and Water form a duology by Elizabeth Bear. I intended to review the first one because it made me kick my feet in delight but couldn't quite manage it; it's difficult to review a book one really enjoys because one wants to convey the enjoyment of the /5.

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Mineral water, spring water, filtered water, distilled water are all good choices. It doesn't matter which you choose Whiskey and Water book long as it's the cleanest water you have at your disposal.

It seems like a trivial issue, but it's a simple step that will significantly improve your whiskey s: Whiskey and Water: A Novel of the Promethean Age by Elizabeth Bear and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Generally, whiskey is made by (1) crushing grains (barley, corn, rye, wheat, etc.) to create the grist, (2) adding water to create the mash (3) boiling this mixture and then allowing it to cool.

Irish: The Irish refer to whiskey as "water of life," and we understand why. Irish whiskey is smoother than the whiskeys produced in other parts of Europe, so it's a drinkable choice if you prefer less bite with your beverage.

Just remember to keep count as the bartender pours — or don't; it's up to you. Elizabeth Bear, Whiskey and Water (Roc, ) The war between Faerie and the Prometheans ended in an uneasy truce when Matthew Szczegielniak, the man with the most unpronounceably heroic name in all of fantasy literature (yes, that does include Moorcock's improbably-named characters), turned coat and destroyed the Prometheans' world-breaching bridge/5(5).

Without women, whiskey may not exist. In Whiskey Women, Wall Street Journal-best-selling author Fred Minnick tells the tales of women who have created this industry, from Mesopotamia's first beer brewers and distillers to America's rough-and-tough bootleggers during have long distilled, marketed, and owned spirits companies.

These strong women built many iconic brands. Get this from a library. Whiskey & water. [Elizabeth Bear; Paul Youll] -- Several years ago, Matthew the Magician ended an age-old war.

It only cost him everything-and everyone-he knew and loved. Turning against his mentor, Jane Andraste, in the realm of Faerie left him.

I used to get in debates almost every time I drank whiskey on whether or not it was appropriate to add water to the stuff. A few aficionado friends would always argue that the only way to drink. The classic whiskey neat is always a good way to go, but you can also add water to your whisky to help bring out the taste.

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The first Japanese malt distillery was established infollowed by the launch of its first product in The Japanese whisky market grew until to a maximum annual shipment of million litres of pure alcohol (LPA), including imports.

Whiskey might just be the greatest beverage on the planet. To help you get the most out of this hallowed spirit, here's a brief guide on how to drink whiskey, from neat to on the rocks.

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Read the book you wanted. Go visit that place a few hours away you wanted to. Go slow. In time you’ll find new hobbies, and even Author: Richie Crowley.