There are so many great suggestions that I’ve made in this post. But I have a suggestion for you: substitute whiskey for sherry in your cooking.
Sherry, like whisky, is a very versatile spirit. It can be used for cooking, just like whisky, or in a cocktail, or even in a dessert. But all three have distinct flavor profiles, and whiskey doesn’t have the same flavor profile as sherry. So a whiskey drink will probably taste better, which is good because it will help you cut down on drinking the other two.
Sure, using whiskey in a cocktail will definitely be interesting. But what kind of cocktail should you get? It’s very unlikely that you will be drinking a shot of whiskey with your martini. Because the whiskey flavor is so strong, most cocktails will be a mix of vermouth, soda, and a splash of brandy.
This is a good thing, because most of us will probably have all of these cocktail ingredients in our cabinets already. But a martini should not be a drink that you drink alone or mix with alcohol. It should be a drink that you mix with whatever you’re craving (or avoiding).
Of course, you can use vermouth here to substitute for the brandy, but that will not change the flavor of your drink. So it’s not really a substitute for a cocktail or a drink. It just helps you enjoy a drink that is more “on-the-fly” than most.
The same goes with some of the other ingredients you can use to substitute in recipes. Take the vermouth here, for example. This is actually a brand of brandy that is derived from the same grape that is used to make vermouth. Instead of using vermouth, you can use a similar red wine for a similar effect.
The Vermouth was originally created to flavor a drink that was called “vermunt” or “vomit”. This is a brandy that is derived from the same variety of grape that is used to make vermouth. The two are actually similar in that both are made from the same grape, but differ in the way they are produced.
This particular brand of brandy has two different names. The first is called vermunt and is simply a red wine. The second and more common name is vermouth. This latter name is derived from the Latin word for “wine” and the French word for the same thing. You can also substitute wine for vermouth to make this a stronger experience.
I think it is important to note that this is just a generic term. It is not a specific brand of brandy, or a specific type of vermouth. It is just an example of two different types of grape.
Of course, you can also substitute sherry for vermouth in cooking and drinking (and I’m sure you can). This is just a generic term, so I can’t be specific on what it is that you’re using.