why we do not pour full glass when we drink whiskey
There are many ways to drink whiskey. But we seldom pour full glass when we drink whiskey. do you know why? First of all, it’s important to note that whiskey does not mean for chugging. Whiskey is intended to be leisurely sipped. This isn’t some frat party. The goal is to enjoy the varying flavor profiles of the whiskey, not blacking out and pissing your pants. Remember, you’re a sophisticated individual now.
That is to say, you don’t want to pour yourself a full glass. You’ll surely hate yourself if you do. We can measure whiskey in “fingers”. Simply hold your finger next to the glass and pour yourself a finger’s width. For instance, if you were to order two fingers of whiskey, you’d end up with roughly two adult-sized finger widths of whiskey in your glass. Simple enough? It may not look like much, but remember, whiskey is for sipping and enjoying, not chugging and puking. Plus, you can always pour some more when youfinished.
Bottom line though, whiskey is all a matter of preference. So put down that warm can of Coors and explore the wonderful world of whiskey by pouring yourself a glass of whichever previously described whiskey appealed to you most. Put some damn hair on your chest, man! And don’t forget to drink responsibly. There’s nothing manly about driving drunk.