Aermate Wine & Spirits Aerator Review
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If you think you're tasting all of the wonderful flavors in your drinks without using an aerator, think again. The majority of your favorite drinks (including wine, scotch, and tequila, just to name a few) have untapped flavor potential like you wouldn't believe. If you want to get the most out of your beverage, you need to have an Aermate Wine & Spirits Aerator. With a few pumps of the Aermate, your drink can go from tasty to absolutely delicious in seconds.
You may be asking yourself "How does an Aermate Wine & Spirits Aerator release flavors in my drink?" Well, I'm sure you've heard about the practice of letting drinks, especially wine, breathe before indulging in them. Essentially, air bubbles from an aerator break down natural compounds in the drinks that are in place to protect the natural ingredients. Breaking these compounds down can reduce acidity and improve drinkability by releasing the beverages natural sweetness.
The Aermate is different from a lot of other aerating systems because it's completely unique in its design. Unlike pourable aerators, the Aermate allows you to custom aerate your drink to your tastes. Plus, the Aermate isn't as fragile as other systems and allows you to aerate and enjoy your beverage almost immediately. Plus, the Aermate releases very tiny bubbles which cover more of your drink than the bigger bubbles from other aerators do. The Aermate is just easy to use and even easier to clean.
The great thing about the Aermate is that its size and the way it's built allows you to aerate an entire bottle of alcohol as well as a single glass. Being new to the world of aerators (I had never used one before I tried the Aermate), I found it really helpful that each Aermate comes with a guide as to how many pumps each kind of beverage needs to aerate properly. The charts break it down by glass size and drink type, and then give suggested range of how many pumps your drink needs.
I tried my Aermate with a glass of Riesling and, after adding the suggested three pumps, I immediately tasted a difference in my drink. It wasn't nearly as bitter as it was before aerating and it was much smoother going down. I can't believe that I had been missing out on my drink's hidden flavors for so long!
If you're a drink conoisseur or even just a casual drinker, you should own your own Aermate Wine & Spirits Aerator.
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