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Use Whiskey, Water, and a Card in a Cool Trick

Use Whiskey, Water, and a Card in a Cool Trick

Watch water and whiskey trade places in this artsy video

If you're hosting a party and want to mildly entertain your guests, you can always grab a deck of old cards, some whiskey, and some water to try out this trick.

The premise: Fill up two glasses to the brim, one with water, one with whiskey. Cover the water glass with a card, flip it upside down and place on top of the whiskey glass. Watch as the amber whiskey floats up as the water seeps down (a simple magic trick explained here).

We may not try this out at home, though. The videographer warns that you should “be prepared to spill a lot of whiskey," and we’re not sure if we’re up for that. Watch below, but young eyes be wary; some of the card illustrations are rather naughty.

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How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


How to Drink Whiskey: A Beginner’s Guide

Whiskey drinking is a magical experience. It’s a drink you can enjoy with your current friends, or enjoy while making new friends at your local bar or pub. And there are quite a number of ways to enjoy whiskey: You can drink it neat, shake or stir it into a modern cocktail, or concoct rejuvenating glasses of classic whiskey cocktails.

You don’t need to spend a lot of cash to get started on whiskey. Feel free to check out our list of the best cheap whiskey for under $20 and rye whiskey brands for under $50 if you are interested in cost-effective options. And if you want to explore the mesmerizing world of liquor, we also published a beginner’s guide to sherry wine, including a list of the 10 best spirits.

But if you would like to employ whiskey to ensure your 2021 surpasses your 2020, we worked with Tommy Tardie, world-renowned whiskey connoisseur and the owner of The Flatiron Room and Fine & Rare, to help you understand the peculiarities of this fascinating hobby.


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