Freedom and Whisky gang thegither!
The whisky shimmers a deep golden hue in the glass, its scent promises complex and delicate aromas but upon taking the first sip you’re left with only disappointment. The single malt tastes narrow, has no depth and somehow seems young. While it is always possible for a whisky to simply have a nose which surpasses the palate it is also possible that your whisky is the result of tricks and techniques to accelerate the perceived maturation and prettify their young distillates.
Whisky is a very interesting product with a great history. Beyond the fascinating science, and production process it’s history also has a number of bizarre and amusing anecdotes to share over a dram. The war for Hans Island & Canadian whisky Where the news is flooded with stories about wars and conflicts resulting in many civilian casualties, Canada and Denmark proved that things can be done differently. While many countries fight fiercely over territorial claims, often to the point of bloodshed, the two northern countries engaged in a bloodless conflict which is only now being settled in 2022.
For those in a hurry, here are the tips in a nutshell: Whisky should always be stored upright Whisky should always be stored in the dark Whisky can be stored well at room temperature Low humidity is important If you plan to store your whisky for longer than 6 months then lower temperatures are advisable, and it is important to turn your bottles to wet the cork. This will prevent it from drying out and causing oxidisation.