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Whisky for the Winter Olympics
Winters can be downright daunting, what with dark gloomy days and freezing temperatures with snow or harsh winds. However if you are planning to stay indoors and enjoy the Winter Olympics, then you should stock up on plenty of lip-smacking food and rich, full-bodied whisky. This is actually the season to enjoy the soothing warmth of whisky. So let’s take a look at some whiskies that will help shake off the crummy winter doldrums and enjoy the games. Single malt scotches, Irish Whiskeys, bourbons, there are a plethora of options, no matter what is the kind of your palate.Read More
Feel the Rush with Cars and Whisky
As the snow melts and winter fades to welcome warmer months, racing tracks get set to host cars and automakers competing for top honours. Grand Prix raises the adrenaline levels of every racing enthusiast. If you are preparing to head to the stands, organize a get together, or just watch the game alone, having some good booze is a perfect accompaniment to the excitement. For whisky lovers, this could be a great opportunity to stock up and toast the season. You can serve it chilled, on the rocks, or with your favourite mixers and food. The warm Sunday afternoons will then begin and end on a high note.Read More
Whisky'mentary: Bourbontucky (2015)
America’s native spirit owes itself to the Whiskey Excise Tax which brought in a flood of Irish and Scot immigrants most of whom settled in Kentucky. That means there’s no better place than the birth land itself to document the beautiful journey of bourbon. Bourbontucky does a fine job right from a voyage through the copper stills in the county to demystifying the myths and unveiling the truths about bourbon bars. The narrative is amply sprinkled with tête-à-têtes of bourbon aficionados and creators alike.Read More