Articles tagged with: whisky

Whisky or Whiskey? That is the question...
08 March 2016

The majority of the authors share the opinion that the spelling is a matter of regional language convection and how the word was evolved in different societies and the literature of those countries.

Whisky & Cheese Pairings
04 February 2016

Whisky is a drink enjoyed casually among friends, as well as on important occasions when only the best whiskies will do. The recent trend however of the constantly restless whisky lover is to enjoy a glass of whisky paired with cheese as an inspired finale to an indulgent meal.

Prospect of new jobs at Glenmorangie
27 August 2015

More jobs could be created by The Glenmorangie Company as it targets growth after recording a pre-tax profit rise of more than 10 per cent.

Shetland whisky sells out before the official launch
22 August 2015

Shetland Reel Single Malt Scotch Whisky, marks a new chapter in the history and geography of the multi-billion pound Scotch whisky industry. Until now, Shetland has been the only part of Scotland never to have produced a legal single malt Scotch whisky.

Hibiki Japanese Harmony
22 August 2015

Released in March 2015 Japanese Harmony is the latest release of the famous blended Whisky brand HIBIKI. Hibiki, meaning resonance in japanese, is a blend composed with the best single malts from Yamazaki and Hakushu aged in different types of casks and grain whiskies from Chita distillery.

Old way's the best at the Balvenie
21 August 2015

HANDCRAFTED in a medieval castle since 1893, the Balvenie malt whisky tastes like history, so there was a lot to discuss with Neil Strachan, the brand's regional ambassador, when he hosted an intimate tasting session for the Bangkok media recently.

Tasmania's Redlands Estate Distillery
20 August 2015

Tasmania's Redlands Estate Distillery has become the first paddock-to-bottle single malt whisky producer in the southern hemisphere. The estate is one of just a few distilleries worldwide that grows and processes its own barley.

20 August 2015

The Royal Welsh badge bears the moto: 'Y ddraig goch ddyry cychwyn' which translates as, 'The red dragon inspires action.' The dragon features in ancient Welsh tales and was the battlle standard of mythical Celtic kings. Welshman Henry Tudor took the flag to Bosworth where, in 1485, he became the last king of England to be crowned on the battlefield.