Difference Between Scotch Whisky And Irish Whiskey
Oldest Distilleries in Ireland One Should Visit
The Irish were perhaps far more advanced than the rest of the world for whiskey lovers. Why? Well, since they are credited with creating, modifying and perfecting the art of distilling whiskey nearly six centuries ago. This makes Ireland the birthplace of whiskey as we know it today, and visiting the country is nothing short of a pilgrimage if one worships uisce beatha, Gaelic for ‘water of life.’Read More
What happens when you add water to whisky?
A question that has put whisky drinkers at odds for many generations, does adding water to your whisky ruin its taste, or does it elevate it? Does it help release the flavours of the whisky much better, or does it spit in the face of the many great whisky makers of the past by diluting the drink?Read More
White Horse: Galloping High Since 1890
White Horse, a legendary name in the world of blended Scotch whiskies, defines perfection in balance, richness, and consistency. The honey and peaty tones with sumptuous hints of its malt and oak origins resonate its delicious complexity. With such full-bodied flavours, an impressive smoky finish and warm aftertaste, White Horse has won hearts of discerning drinkers and connoisseurs worldwide. One of them is Jim Murray, who awarded the sunlight-coloured liquor with the Blended Whisky of the Year award in his 2007 Whisky Bible. Today, White Horse boasts of multiple variants for both the wallet-watchers and antique spirit collectors.Read More