Our readers ask a lot of questions about the Royal Caribbean cruise experience, especially when it comes to Royal Caribbean's unlimited drink packages. These all-you-can-drink options have never been more popular with guests, but there is often a concern or two prior to purchasing one. We dug through our inbox's, comment threads and message boards to find the sort of questions we get asked a lot and are sharing the answers to help everyone figure out if a Royal Caribbean drink package is right for them. Before you can decide if a drink package is worth the cost, you need to understand which beverages Royal Caribbean includes in your cruise fare.
Why I don't buy Royal Caribbean's unlimited alcohol packages | Royal Caribbean Blog
There's a hierarchy of crappiness to those last-minute gifts you're likely to get this year. Socks, toiletries and Cosby-style Christmas sweaters are all at the bottom of the list, as is a donation in your name to, say, the Human Fund. But booze — now, that's always a welcome afterthought. Port wines , for some reason, tend to be a typical booze-gift around the holidays, even if no one really knows what to do with them. To most guys, drinking port seems like an old-man affectation or something your girlfriend does with chocolate desserts. It shouldn't. The deep fruitiness and earthy complexity of these fortified wines true port comes from the Douro Valley in Portugal , buoyed by the addition of grape spirits which make port higher in alcohol content than table wines, provide a depth of body and flavor profile that makes for hearty cold-weather sipping.
Port fans barely recognize it as a drink. Made in Portugal from indigenous white grapes, white Port is a fortified wine around 18 to 20 percent alcohol. Sweet, or lagriama, whites are fermented in tanks and sometimes wood, and flavors range from honey nectar to caramel and hazelnut.