They suggest you could rinse with soda instead of water.
The Man Who Walked Around The World, a promotional video about the history of Johnnie Walker‘s blended whiskies starring Robert Carlyle. I wonder how many takes it took to come up with the final cut. The out-takes would be interesting. Update (Aug 18, 2009): The video is available here, too.
You know you’re getting old when you start enjoying… Fruit Cake. I bought PC Fruit Cake with Single Malt Whisky because it had scotch in it. It’s listed as the 8th ingredient of 12, imported from Scotland (not that that matters – scotch was my eye-grabber). Opening the tin you get a slight whiff of scotch – the smell of alcohol; but can you taste it? Not really. I DO
Sobering news for N.B. scotch connoisseurs: Johnnie Walker, Bell’s Extra Special and J & B Rare, along with eight single malt scotches, are being pulled off of New Brunswick liquor store shelves as the distributor is looking to take the products elsewhere. The single malt bottles that are on their way out of New Brunswick include Glenkinchie, Dalwhinnie, Talisker, Cragganmore, Oban, Lagavulin, Brora and Clynelish. Lagavulin?! Talisker?! I’m going to
I opened a dusty bottle of Ardbeg today. It’s been sitting on my shelf for a few years. The aroma was divine. Swirling it around in the small glass brought forth fragrances of peat, iodine, and citrus; and then a splash of water… Moments like that I’d prefer to share with a fellow scotch lover.