The on-screen relationship between James Bond and Smirnoff was shown for the first time in Dr. No, a 1962 classic spy flick where Sean Connery played Bond.
The standard time to fill a pint (Perfect Pint) is 119.5 seconds while pouring at an inclination of 45 degrees.
3. Old Monk
The Old Monk 10000 Super Beer is something most of its Rum-rooters are unaware of.
4. Jack Daniel’s
Along with paychecks on the first Friday of every month, employees are gifted a bottle of JD for a happy weekend.
This beer brand has got its name from Budweis, a commercial city of Czech Republic.
6. Chivas Regal
This Scottish brand was made to fulfill the luxury demands of America when its economy began blooming out in the early 1900s.
Carlsberg’s logo used to be a swastika symbol which was later removed for resembling the Nazi insignia.
Cuba — where Bacardi was initially manufactured — used to be filled with Americans during the Prohibition era; only for this specific brand.
9. Johnnie Walker
John Walker, the founder of this brand, remained a teetotaler throughout his life.
The first brewery of Heineken isn’t operational now; rather it has been turned into Heineken Experience Museum.
11. Black Dog
It was earlier known as Millard Black Dog, honoring the name of Walter Millard, who while serving in the East India Company, introduced whiskey to the Indians for the first time.
12. Royal Challenge
The IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore has been named after this brand.
13. Captain Morgan
The slogan of Captain Morgan rum is “To Life, Love and Loot.”
14. McDowell’s No. 1
With three different products – Whisky, Rum and Brandy; McDowell’s No. 1 is the world’s largest umbrella spirit brand.
15. Royal Stag
For appearing in an advertisement of this Indian whisky company, Wasim Akram was once fined 25,000 Pakistani rupees along with making an apology to his countrymen.