I’ve hosted many a tasting in my time, a few of them old and uncommon tastings. On one occasion, there was an eight-year-old independently bottled Convalmore, distilled, matured and bottled before I was born. I took time to explain the historical past of the distillery and what we have been about to drink, the rarity of it and, as I peeled off the foil, the highest of the cap got here away with it while the the rest of the cork dropped into the whisky. I needed to decant it with a tea strainer behind a counter… I don’t know if anybody noticed. The aging of bourbon is a results of chemical reactions that happen when saved in charred oak barrels.
Perhaps the upcoming bottlings will each revolve round a different Scotch whisky area and the creatures inside it. While the tales are timeless and colorful, the whisky doesn’t fall behind when it comes to high quality, and taste. The company plans to bottle five of the rarest single casks in their portfolio, distilled at some of Scotland’s most interesting distilleries. Limited editions, travel exclusives, bottles of varying ages and unique cask finishes; there are tons of great expressions on the market. Even fewer handle to deliver said story to life, making sure it’s not forgotten in at present’s society of endless, rapid information.
Cork Distillery Company wasn’t selling the best and to hook the customers they introduced in Paddy Flaherty, rumoured to be one of the best salesman on the Emerald Isle! Paddy took the job seriously, which after all meant visiting each bar in Ireland and buying a spherical for the shoppers. It was probably a fool proof methodology of promoting the product and definitely had folks talking. Welcome back to the Legends Myths and Whiskey podcast, everyone. I’m your storyteller, Tanner, and today I’ll be sharing half four of our six-part sequence on the Adventures of the Argonauts as written by Charles Kingsley in his 1889 traditional, “The Heroes or, Greek Fairy Tales for My Children”. The Story of Perseus Finally, we now have arrived on the conclusion of the story of the Greek hero Perseus.