Educating the inquisitive about the joy of tasting of single malt Scotch Whisky is my business. The Whisky Advocate says this about whisky:
Conducting a Whisky Tasting
The most exciting thing about whiskey is its diversity of flavors, which is the reason why conducting a whiskey tasting (and attending one) is so much fun. Comparing and contrasting whiskeys is also a great way to learn more about them.
Taste another whiskey every ten minutes or so. That, combined with great food and additional conversation at the end, will make for an enjoyable two-hour tasting.
Don’t get too serious or analytical. The primary purpose of drinking whiskey (or anything else in life for that matter), is to have fun and enjoy the experience. Don’t lose sight of that.
A whisky tasting is pure joy if the whiskies are single malts and from different distilleries. Most of my clients like the whiskies they like. I am simply trying to broaden the scope of their enjoyment of Scotch Whisky.
Whisky, drink divine!
Why should drivelers bore us
With the praise of wine
While we’ve thee before us?”
A h-uile la sona dhuibh‘s gun la idir dona dhuibh!
May all your days be happy ones!
Slàinte mhath, a-h-uile latha, na chi ‘snach fhaic!
(Good health, every day, whether I see you or not!)
Your Scotch Spirit Master