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One expected a James Bond figure with a Scottish accent to charm us into the world of whisky.
Whisky fans will be able to learn about the history and origins of single malt and grain whiskies, before sampling different types of each.
I think the average whisky drinker right now is branching out into every style," Thomas says.
BEIRUT: 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.
My own malnourished knowledge of whisky will be stretched at the festival itself, where more than 100 whiskies will feature.
The Welsh Whisky Company, which run Wales' largest commercial distillery, has seen a 145% year-on-year sales growth for its products sold at Asda stores - so much so, that now more whisky than ever is flowing out of the village of Penderyn.
14 October 2016 - UK-based whisky event organiser IWSC Group has acquired the US-based whiskey event Whisky Extravaganza, the company said.
Jewish Whisky Company cofounder Jason Johnstone-Yellin, a Scottish transplant who is married to a Jewish woman, suggests that Jews, no strangers to adversity, have a special appreciation for the extreme patience and care that go into producing a bottle of whiskey.
Regan said the whisky, which sells in Canada for PS35 a bottle, was chosen after a blind tasting contest taken by MPs.
DFS AND THE WHISKY AMBASSADOR WILL ROLL OUT WHISKY TRAINING PROGRAM GLOBALLY
Colville Donald tells me he's "a big big fan of taking a shot of whisky and pouring it over the haggis to mix the flavours together".
Scotch Whisky He tells me: "I believe wine is on the dinner table for too long
Donald Colville " Or how about turning the tables with a hot whisky and a cold dessert?
The warmth of the starter versus the severe cold of the whisky has a wonderful sensory Donald interaction, with both developing new flavours.