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Monthly Archives: October 2012
There’s two must have books released about whisky every year. The first is Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible – which we talked about here. The second, and probably less contentious but all so very vital, is Ingvar Ronde’s Malt Whisky Yearbook. … Continue reading
Whisky Exchange Show Part 4: American Micro-distilleries and Nic’s Mini-class. After sampling what is considered by some as the best American whisky in the world (see Buffalo Trace previous post), it seemed only fitting to try some of the most … Continue reading
The Whisky Exchange Show Part 3: Buffalo Trace American distillers Buffalo Trace are regarded by some writers and critics as one of the best whisk(e)y makers in the world. Whisky Bible creator Jim Murray consistently places their products in his … Continue reading
Whisky Exchange Show Part Two: Number One Drinks Next up was Norfolk’s very own Number One Drinks Company. Headed by the proper lovely Marcin Miller, they were showing some of the equally lovely Japanese whisky they are responsible for importing … Continue reading
Whisky Exchange Show Part One: Introduction and Paul John Indian Whisky One of highlights of the Whisky calendar is the Whisky Show, hosted by The Whisky Exchange shop in London. Taking place over the first weekend in October and with a trade only … Continue reading
Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible is out now. Every year Jim slurps his way through lots of drams from around the world, tasting and evaluating each and every one. This year he’s managed to sup 1,350 new whiskies to include in … Continue reading