Dreaming of Islay Whisky ~ Cycle of Distilling Life

Dreaming of Islay Whisky mini vid #WHISKYAFFINITY A mini taster video showing the Whisky Making process from Barley to Scotch. Each stage in the process is illustrated with photos from different Islay Distilleries ~ there are a couple of guest distilleries in here...

Tasting Notes Bruichladdich Private Cask No: 0737

Tasting Notes: Bruichladdich SIngle Cask No: 0737. Sherry cask. Age 16 years. 50% abv. Colour: Tawney Brown. Red russet umber. Thin tinkle into glass. Small bubbles quickly dispersed. This whisky has a wonderful nose  Raisins, sultanas, honey, cherries, hawthorn. A...

Cork or Screw Top for your Scotch?

Cork or Screw Top on your Scotch bottle?  Plastic and screw cap are only used and considered because they are cheaper. Not at all because they are better.  Cork forests support wild life, a way of living and a traditional industry.  There are different types of cork...

Glasswear… Does it really matter? Yes, of course!

https://www.islaywhiskyacademy.scot/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Glasswear.mp4   Glasswear. Does it really matter…? Well, YES. And no! There is not one type of glass for enjoying whisky – because we enjoy Scotch many different ways and in many different places....