A quick note for my readers: You may want to check out this new Kickstarter: www.tudorice.com/kickstarter. The concept is simple but interesting; Individually-packaged highly-purified water that can be used by bars or restaurants (or at home) to freeze large single-serving ice cubes for cocktails or for whisky “on the rocks“.
On Thursday 9/24 at 8 PM Local time in Islay (That’s 12 noon Pacific US time), Laphroaig will be live-streaming Laphroaig Live 2015! They are celebrating the 200th year anniversary of the distillery, so it’s sure to be quite a show, including an attempt at a world record for the largest simultaneous toast. Be sure to come back here or visit…
I don’t normally post PR press releases, but this one tickled me. Also, they send me whisky to review, and I like that. The TL;DR version is: order a drink with Angel’s Envy in it, snap a picture, and post it somewhere with the #AE4THETREES hashtag, and they’ll plant an oak tree.
Some upcoming tasting events in the California Bay Area, Feb 2014.
In March, The Wynn Casino in Las Vegas will hold the third annual Universal Whisky Experience show. Last year’s show made a big splash in the media for its over-the-top budget, ridiculously pricy pours, and matching ticket price. This year is no different.
If you love scotch, I urge you to both sign this petition AND tell anyone you know who likes scotch to sign it too.
Another great deal from K&L, posted today. Auchentoshan Classic is a great value, and an inexpensive way to enjoy subtle, lightly-flavored single malt. It’s also one of the few Lowlanders left. For now, grab it at K&L for only $24, normally it’s $30. I’ve never had the Bowmore Legend, but I hear good things about …
Deal alert! Oban 18 for $78 a bottle (it’s usually $100 or so) at K&L for limited time. First, Go here to order a bottle. Then, Read this and this to find out why this price is so low in the midst of so many global price increases in the scotch whisky market. David’s either …
Issue #3 of connosr’s World Whisky Review.
A Kickstarter.com project, Bourbon Hunters, has 17 days left to raise almost $22,000 to make a pilot about a topic dear to all of our hearts: whiskey. Specifically, bourbon made in Kentucky.