Why Is Whiskey Aged for So Many Years?

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Whiskey lovers around the world will tell you that the longer a whiskey is aged the better it’ll taste. All of those distinctive flavors that whiskey connoisseurs adore in their tipple—tobacco, leather, vanilla, cedar, smoke, peat, caramel—are imparted to the “white dog,” or raw whiskey, by the barrel used to store the spirit. Whiskey in its purest form is pretty much moonshine. Before the barrel can work its magic on the freshly distilled concoction, it’s a perfectly clear liquid that packs quite a wallop. This pre-barreled mixture retains the original flavor of the mash bill, which usually includes some combination of corn, rye, barley, or wheat.

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Ways to Reward Friends and Family Who Help You Move

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Moving by yourself is not fun and it is back breaking work, especially if you have a lot of furniture and heavy items. If you ask your friends and family to help you move, they may be willing to do it, but of course, you will need to reward them after the fact.
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What to Know about Houston BEFORE You Move

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If you are moving to Houston, you are probably excited and you should be for good reason. The city is growing quickly and many people love calling this place home. As with any city, there are some things you should know before you simply move to Houston. Below, we will go over some things we think you should know or familiarize yourself with BEFORE your move.
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Best Cities for Newlyweds to Live and Work

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If you are a newlywed, congrats on your recent marriage. Looking for a new place to live is exciting and if you are looking for a new city to move to, this article will help you out. In fact, we will be covering the best cities for newlyweds to live and work. How exciting, right? Let’s take a look.Read More

Packing Up and Storing Your Christmas Decorations

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Christmas has come and gone, but you may still have some decorations lingering around or maybe you just haven’t had the heart to take down the tree yet. The Christmas spirit lives within all of us and it can be difficult to say goodbye for almost 350 days of the year.

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