A JOURNEY THROUGH THE
WORLD OF WHISKIES,ONE INSIGHT AT A TIME
Aging whiskey in oak casks over several periods of time enables the development of a wide array of flavor profiles.
Depending on where you are on the planet right now, the view from your window would likely be colored by white flakes of snow or soft yellow sunshine. Winter is here and the holiday season can’t be all that far away. Moving into December when the daylight takes its leave and the cold air begins to nip at the tips of your fingers, all you can think about is the warm comfort of home, a chair by the fireplace, soup for dinner, and possibly a dram before bed to lull you to sleep.
Irish whiskeys have undergone a resurgence since the turn of the millennium, quickly turning into one of the world’s fastest growing types of whiskey. Yet somehow, the world has only been introduced to some of the more mainstream Irish whiskeys, while the true works of art continue to remain in relative obscurity.
If you share the good fortune of knowing a seasoned whisky drinker, the possibility that you have seen them start an endless monologue about the different types of whiskies. There is a possibility they also share some very extreme opinions about the whole Bourbon Vs Scotch debate.