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whisky

a spirit made by distilling fermented cereals, which is matured and often blended
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My interest was to learn what makes each Scotch whisky different.
The pop-up whisky school will take over 13 Quay Street, formerly home to Walkabout, from February 23, 2018.
Obviously, there's the greatest interest in all whisky than ever before," says Bill Thomas, owner of Washington, D.
Summary: Whisky drinkers rejoice -- for the next two days some of the big brands in the business are on our doorstep, taking over the Yacht Club at Zaitunay bay for the second edition of Whisky Live in Lebanon.
And everyone here is a potential convert to organiser Eddie Ludlow's ambition - "to turn everyone on to whisky.
WHISKY from the Welsh Whisky distillery at Penderyn is now available at Asda stores across the UK after a big rise in sales.
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Since 2012, the Connecticut-based Jewish Whisky Company, which bottles kosher single-cask whiskeys from other distillers and sells them under its own label, has staged annual "Whisky Jewbilee" tasting events in New York, Chicago and Seattle as part of an effort to push whiskey on the kosher market.
The whisky, distilled in Banffshire, will be served at parliamentary receptions and given as presents by MPs.
Global Banking News-January 28, 2016--DFS GROUP RECEIVES THE WHISKY AMBASSADOR'S VENUE ACCREDITATION IN SINGAPORE
I wouldn't know how to begin to pair whisky with my food, so for advice, I turned to Donald Colville, Global Malts Ambassador for the drinks company Diageo which owns 27 single malt Scotch whisky distilleries.