And how do you get one to work for you?
Is it spelled “Whiskey” or “Whisky” and how do you know which to use?
The type of barrel (or cask) a whiskey is aged in can account for 50% - 90% of a whiskey’s flavor. So, what’s that mean in the real world? Can you actually taste the difference? And how do you learn to taste the difference?
I’m told you’re supposed to swirl your wine when tasting it. Does this also apply to whiskey?
Drinking a peaty whiskey is like kissing a cigar smoking walrus, but your friends seem to love it. What’s the deal?
Norlan, Glencairn, Riedel, and Neat. Are specialty whiskey glasses really worth it?
How do you pair whiskey with a concept?
And how is the whiskey’s flavor affected?
The second most common question I'm asked.
Siblings, echoes, and spicy food. What does it all have to do with your whiskey tasting?
How to make whiskey and dessert dance the tango on your tongue.
The two most important questions for a successful whiskey tasting.
Law books are boring and everything whiskey isn’t. So why should we spend time becoming familiar with them?
Why whiskey burns your mouth, and how to make it stop.
What does a vaudeville comedy team have to do with how you taste whiskey?
What happens when you add ice to whiskey?
What happens when you add water to whiskey?
Without water whiskey would die.
What’s the secret to finding whiskey that’ll leave you and your wallet feeling good?
And how does it affect your whiskey order when out?