I’m finally back on track after a few months of heavy projects. In my recent research, the catastrophe in the Gulf was very prominent. You can read about sustainable seafood in Thursdays edition of Weekly Surge (www.weeklysurge.com).
Let’s talk about liquor! Or how about liqueur.
Liqueur is an alcoholic beverage that is flavored and has some added sugar. Generally, they are quite sweet and used as a flavoring agent in cocktail recipes. Given that most spirits are coming in an array of flavors these days, the differentiation is the added sugar. Spirits will not add any sugar. Also, the alcohol content of liqueurs is significantly lower than spirits.
That bottle of Galliano that sits on the top shelf and collects dust until an old-timer orders a Harvey Wallbanger is possibly the most popular liqueur that is rarely used.