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Brandy Vs. Vodka; What Is The Difference? by TigerFoods: 10:44am On Mar 16, 2020
Having a glass of brandy or vodka in a bar, a family dinner or any social gathering is a common sight for us all. What is the big deal about these drinks and their names? What are brandy and vodka? What makes them different from each other? And why would you prefer one to the other?
Brandy is a “burned wine,” or in more simple terms, it is distilled liquor from wine, it can also be distilled from the wine of other fruits like pears and apples. Also, it has a special lingo that explains its longevity.
Brandy consists of a golden brown colour, it looks just as rich as you feel when sipping it. A distinctive colour achieved from the ageing of the drink.

Vodka in 14th century Russia is a neutral spirit, traditionally lacks a distinctive aroma, taste or colour. However, with recent evolving trends, most vodka brands presently have products with fruits, flavour, and aroma. Derived from ‘Voda’, the Russian meaning of Vodka is ‘little stream’.
This is one of the heaviest drinks which produce 40% of alcohol content. Vodka is one of the world’s most popular spirit drinks, most notable for its clarity of liquor in a bottle as opposed to brandy. Vodka is normally around 90-100 proof meaning 45%-50% alcohol content, so brandy can correctly be about the same or even stronger.

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