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whisky

a spirit made by distilling fermented cereals, which is matured and often blended
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There has always been a link between whisky and luxury.
For beginners Nouet recommends tasting a whisky alongside sweet dishes, rather than savoury.
The exception is India, where most big brands are made from molasses alcohol, either flavoured with "whisky essence" or blended with grain-based whisky.
It's a common misconception that single malt whisky is the product of one cask.
Taiwan's globally recognized and award winning distiller, Kavalan Whisky, opened a one-of-its-kind cask-to-glass whisky bar in Taipei's Zhongshan District, but only for a brief trial period.
is a family-owned business and an independent bottler of Scotch whisky based in Glasgow, Scotland.
WITH JANE CLARE YOU can't beat a reason to celebrate something, and this week I bring you a celebration of whisky. As Saturday, May 18, is World Whisky Day, it would be wrong of me not to bring you a selection.
YOU can't beat a reason to celebrate something, and this week I bring you a celebration of whisky. As Saturday, May 18 is World Whisky Day it would be wrong of me not to bring you a selection.
WITH JANE CLARE YOU can't beat a reason to celebrate something, and this week I bring you a celebration of whisky. As Saturday, May 18 is World Whisky Day it would be wrong of me not to bring you a selection.
From England: Adnams Single English Whisky (PS34.99, adnams.co.uk) is made with 100% East Anglian malted barley.
At a whisky class I had attended, the whisky whisperer spelled it simply: 'whisky' for countries without an 'e'; 'whiskey' for countries with an 'e' in their names.