A JOURNEY THROUGH THE
WORLD OF WHISKIES,ONE INSIGHT AT A TIME
Still using age-old and traditional distilling methods, Scotch whiskies are produced exclusively in Scotland.
While most novice whisky drinkers may fail to see, understand or even care about the distinction, Scotch and Irish whiskey are a lot more different than believed to be. The mention of either could result in a fistfight, or a heated argument at the very least so if you really must know the factors that set Scotch and Irish whiskey apart from each other, you have come to the right place.
Our guess is, it’s been a while since you figured that you need no reason to party. On any day of the week, if a friend calls or pings you on an office chat asking if you are up for a shindig, you are very likely to say yes. Similarly, if at five in the evening on a muggy Thursday you feel you can’t wait for the weekend anymore, you know you can get in touch with your mates immediately. Unless you are planning on clubbing or bar hopping—which is great but a tad bit more effort, you could totally let your hair down at home.
Each New Year brings an array of new releases from whisky brands. But it’s the limited editions that have stood the true test of time. It is the owning of these gems that make the eyes of aficionados and whisky collectors glisten with bliss. The limited editions in whisky, no matter how well priced will always gather an incumbent mark-up given its scarcity. Not only does their unique make give them a standing but their keepsake elegantly designed bottles are a real steal to flaunt at a home bar.