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“The” whisky glasses got delivered

Some while back I found out that the tasting glasses I owned were not actually the official INAO / ISO 3591:1977 tasting glasses. So I looked around online and found them! I tried finding them at my local stores but... Continue Reading →

#RSWFW: B: Grainy, 2. Malt, Malted Barley

The whisky congener of "Malted Barley" is one you would expect to be a walk in the park to describe. It either is or it is not. Depending on how much detail you would want to put into it.Lets look... Continue Reading →

#RSWFW: B: Grainy, 2. Malt, Malt Extract

The whisky congener of "Malt Extract" was one I did not understand at all. After finding out what "Malt Extract" is it makes sence that it is on the revised Scottish Whisky Flavour Wheel. A description of "Malt Extract" is... Continue Reading →

#RSWFW: B: Grainy, 1. Cereal, Mousy

On the Revised Scottish Whisky Flavour Wheel there is a congener called “mousy”. I personally had no idea how that could relate to whisky, so I asked! I also did some googling and quickly found out that mousy is pronounces... Continue Reading →

#RSWFW: B: Grainy, 1. Cereal, Tobacco

The whisky congener of Tobacco is one I am not familiar with on a first hand basis. At least, not in the way that I smoke sigars, cigarettes etc. There are multiple types of tobacco. There are multiple products made... Continue Reading →

How do we smell and taste whisky?

I have been looking for some actual science that explains how we smell and taste whisky. How do whisky-chemicals interact with you brain.? I say brain because your brain is the end point. The smell of whisky is the result... Continue Reading →

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#RSWFW: B: Grainy, 1. Cereal, Leathery

The Whisky Congener of Leathery is a tricky one. Why? There is no leather in the whisky production process. Well maybe the still-man wore leather clothes at one point but other than that I seriously doubt the whisky comes into... Continue Reading →

#RSWFW: B: Grainy, 1. Cereal, Husky, Bran

The Congener of Husky and Bran are combined in this blog. The reason being is that I found out these terms are almost interchangeable. Husky is not related to the dog with the same name. As the group name suggest... Continue Reading →

The more you learn, 

The more you learn, the less you know, one finds out! I was trying to find out how Maillard reactions would influence Peat and Phenols in whisky! So I googled it. YouTube-ed it. And found out there is an entire... Continue Reading →

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