A casual drinker’s guide to drinking liquor
Of Sand, Sea & Whisky: John Distillery, Goa
Goa with its beautiful beaches, serene backwaters, and charming small towns, has attracted dynasties, merchants, seafarers, monks and missionaries, since the beginning. The lure of spices brought the Portuguese way back in 1509, and Goa embraced them and offered them all the riches and adventure they sought. Since then until now, Goa has continuously transformed, imbibing several cultures. Although it is hard to trace back the history of whisky-making and drinking in Goa, it is safe to assume that John Distilleries, established in 1992, was one of the first.Read More
101 Whiskies to Try Before You Die: Ian Buxton
It will not only be a difficult task but also exceedingly monstrous on our part if we sit down and list all the 101 whiskies that Ian Buxton wants you to try before it is too late. For that, and the part where you find out why you should have these particular whiskies among the thousands that are available in the market today, you have to get your copy of the book. The only thing that you can get a fair idea about from this book review, is who Ian Buxton really is and perhaps a little bit of what this book is not.Read More
Royal Salute: What is the Circular Blending Method?
With the release of their latest limited edition expression, the The Eternal Reserve, Royal Salute also announced their most recent creation, the Circular Blending method. This new method was developed by the masters at Royal Salute to ‘create a whisky that will live forever’.Read More