It is amazing how this myth keeps popping up over and over again. Actually it is not restricted to Jack Daniel’s but this it is by far the most prominent example of a falsely alleged non-bourbon.
The Soufflé au Grand Marnier is a French classic, so why not swap the orange liqueur for a nice whisky?
Another simple but not necessarily cheap and easy dish to help you to have enough time to enjoy the holidays.
Over the next days I will present my suggestion for a whisky-enhanced Christmas dinner. Here is the first course:
Crisp and clean with quite an amazing depth of flavours for such a young whisky. They know how to make good whisky on the Rhinns, and the bottlers know how to select good casks. – Rating: 87/100
The web just loves Top Ten lists, my Twitter feed is full of links to all kinds of booze-related Top Ten of whatever. Sometimes they are funny, sometimes they are informative, more often than not they are plain annoying.
Very much in your face mainland peat backed up by gentle fruit and spice, this has the potental to divide opinions as it is no dram for the faint of heart. – Rating: 86/100
David Driscoll’s Thursday post on the K&L Wines blog brought up an interesting comparison between whisky and wine that I think needs further examination.
Not really the aromas you would expect from a pinot noir cask, but this does not devalue this dram at all. Good fruit and nice spice, well balanced and enjoyable. – Rating: 85/100
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