Who are we to say that the ONLY way a gentleman should enjoy the golden nectar that is whisky, is to have it neat? Sure, as a purist, I would espouse that you should enjoy a single malt just as you would if you were sitting in a cold mire in the old country. But saying that would ignore the fact that there are a LOT of different kinds of whisky, and there is no one definitive way of drinking it.
To the devout believer, few things in life pose greater meaning than “the pilgrimage”. As a self proclaimed connoisseur of all things malt, I had my chance at enlightenment last year at the Dewer’s Aberfeldy Distillery. A small insight to my experience.
Take a tour of a country that is once again regaining its place as the birthplace of whisky…
Chocolate is a notoriously difficult food to pair. Whisky steps up to the challenge, however, and manages to create quite an amazing experience.
Join Yuvraj Singh and Trisha Koparde as they discuss whisky and it’s many forms in cocktails – from one aspiring professional to another.
We end our segment on blended whisky by exploring the three biggest names in the business – Johnnie Walker, Dewars, and Chivas.
Blended whisky… It may have a very shady reputation, but it has undoubtedly left a footprint on the global whisky scene.
Old No. 7, perhaps the most iconic Bourbon of all time. Witness its story, from humble origins to a whisky super-giant.
Cheese and wine have been married for years, but now whisky is slowly becoming the new superstar when it comes to pairing with the cheeses all over the world.
Every wonder what whisky would go with your favourite canapes, bowl of soup or even chicken tikka ? Look no further for this is your one stop guide.
The next installment in the whisky and food pairing segment – the fundamentals on flavour pairing and balance.
Is whiskey and food pairing really a thing? More so than you would think. Here are a few FAQs regarding it. Click to know more…