When Houston died in February 2012, Brown was named as the sole beneficiary of her mother's estate.
That October, Brown caused controversy within both of her parents' families when she announced her engagement to Nick Gordon, a man she previously considered her "big brother".
It can be mixed with or taken neat, and is just as happy serving as a modifier in a cocktail as taking center stage.
In short, it’s a versatile, delicious liquor worthy of celebration and a place of honor in your liquor cabinet.
Brandy is the distilled alcohol extracted from any fruit-based mash.
A good deal of the world’s brandy is made from grapes and, indeed, the word “brandy” derives from the Middle Dutch “Brantwijn” or “Burned [i.e.: distilled] Wine.” Wine-based brandies come in two types: regular and “pomace,” the latter of which is distilled from the skins and peels of grapes, in addition to just the juice.
The month after Whitney Houston's death, in March 2012, Brown said that she felt her mother's spirit, and Brown expressed her intent to carry on her mother's legacy by doing the "singing thing," along with starting a career as an actor and dancer.
Brown was critical of director Angela Bassett after learning she had not been cast as her mother in the Lifetime biographical movie Whitney based on Houston's life.
According to a police spokeswoman, Brown was alive and breathing after being transported to North Fulton Hospital in Roswell, Georgia.
On February 2, Brown was moved to Emory University Hospital, where she remained in a coma and on a medical ventilator.
In response, Bassett stated that she did not cast Brown "for a number of reasons...she's not an actress, and acting is a craft." Throughout her teenage and adult years, Brown was the focus of tabloid and gossip column speculation, including stories about her purported drug use, her weight loss, and her relationships with family members.
Gordon began CPR until emergency medical services personnel arrived.
Her vocals were featured in her mother's 1998 song, "My Love Is Your Love," for her album of the same title. Brown was featured in her mother's 2003 Christmas album titled One Wish: The Holiday Album in her mother's version of "The Little Drummer Boy".