Posts Tagged 'alcohol'

World’s Oldest Bottle Of Wine

Speyer-wine-bottleFrom Wikipedia –

The Speyer wine bottle is a bottle of liquid, most probably wine, originally found near Speyer, in Germany, in 1867, and has been called the world’s “oldest existing bottle of wine”. The bottle has been dated at 325 AD. and it is believed to be the oldest unopened bottle of wine in the world.

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Guide To The Bars At The End Of The World

AtlasObscura.com reports –

People have found ways to live in the most inhospitable places on earth. Nearly immediately after finding a way to survive, they have found a way to get drunk. Likely because of, rather than in spite of, the challenges of living in the far reaches of the world, establishing a communal space is a survival necessity. Be it at the base of an active volcano, inside a 6,000-year-old tree, or even on your way to Mount Everest, no matter how far off the grid you end up, you are likely to find a place for strong spirits and lively conversation. In this Essential Guide, Atlas Obscura raises a glass to some of the oldest, most remote, and simply unlikely “Bars at the End of the World” in which to have a drink. Cheers!

Read about drinking establishments in places such as Galindez Island, Antarctica, Adamstown, Pitcairn Island, Birdsville, Australia and others.

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