5 wine, whiskey, beer and cocktail Android apps for the moderate to heavy drinker
With Vivino you can scan the labels of bottles of wine and the app will display detailed information about it within seconds, pulled straight from its database of over 2 million wines. Furhermore, it will present you with an average rating for that particular wine based on scores given by other Vivino users. Once you've used the app for a while, it will be able to come up with recommendations based on wines that you've had previously. You may also follow the many featured users of the app and get regular reviews on all kinds of wines.
All of this functionality is provided to you free of charge. If you don't mind spending a few bucks, however, you may download the premium version of Vivino. It comes with a few extra perks including additional tools for maintaining your personal database of wines.
History of the particular brand and type? Check. Sine waves of the flavor blend? Check. Rating, jotting down notes, and creating your own personalized top shelf? Check. You have to create an account for that last one, but it is well worth the effort, as Distiller has it all, and quickly becomes your one-stop-shop for all things whiskey.
In addition to novice whiskey fans' reviews and anecdotal purchases, the app hosts the so-called Tasting Table, where experts who specialize in various types of whiskey duke it out. They write professional reviews on both popular and obscure bottles, and rate the spirit, which can then be easily matched with user reviews on the label, and their own aggregated final score. If you are a whiskey aficionado with an Android device, make sure to check Distiller out with the link below.