Examples of cask in a Sentence
an oak cask for wine
They drank a cask of wine.
Recent Examples of cask from the Web
As a result, the cask pour tastes denser, deeper, more intense.
Others begin in bourbon barrels but then are transferred to casks that previously contained wines, spirits or beers, such as Tullamore Dew XO Caribbean Rum Cask Finish.
The last bottle was new to the United States: Caribbean Rum Cask Finish Irish whiskey that has spent four to six months in rum casks.
Traditional balsamic vinegars are made with tons of late-harvest white grapes and aged in wood casks for up to 30 years, losing volume but gaining flavor.
The beer is pumped from a cask in the basement cellar to the bar upstairs.
To finance the distillery through its initial years, 100 first-year casks containing 70 liters of the new spirit are being sold, with only 13 remaining, each costing about $2,700.
Teeling Single Malt Whiskey combines whiskeys finished in sherry, port, Madeira, white burgundy and Cabernet Sauvignon casks for a complex, textured flavor.
While connoisseurs will always wax rhapsodic about super old, rare spirits, six to 12 years should be plenty of time to develop great flavor if a distillery is using quality casks.
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Origin and Etymology of cask
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of cask for English Language Learners
: a container that is shaped like a barrel and is used for holding liquids; also : the contents of a cask
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