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If you have never drunk Whisky, which means it should not be and should not have a very high . For example, choose a standard from a well-known . Glenfiddich, as well known as it is, is pleasant and easy to drink. The ideal Whisky for beginners! Look for this Whisky in our shop, read the description and watch the video. Below you will find more suggestions under 'Articles with similar '. You can also get further guidance here:before, start with an uncomplicated
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Grain - Water - Yeast
Whisky is a distillate made from grain! The most important types of grain are , rye, and wheat. In terms of alcohol content, time and ingredients, there are different conditions from country to country.
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There are different types of Whisky. Each type of Whisky has its own taste and its own process:
As we all know, taste is a matter of taste! Have you ever heard of it?
We can perceive five tastes. They are: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami. From these and from our memory, we construct what we taste. A so-called gives you an overview of how you can name tastes. You can find everything else about taste in great detail here!
Pure or with a little tasting!. On ice or in a mixed drink. In a style glass or in a . it for yourself! Here you will find everything on the subject of
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Grain is malted, dried, ground, then mashed,and finally distilled. The distillate is put into and matured there.
How does drying work?
Where is malting done?
What happens during fermentation?
How is it distilled?
How long is the whisky stored?
We answer all these questions here in great detail!
The origins of Whisky date back to 1494, when it was first mentioned in Scotland. In 1608, the first distillery in Ireland, Bushmills, was recorded. At the end of the 18th century, the first were created and in the 1960s Glenfiddich brought the first onto the market. You are welcome to delve further into the history of Whisky!
What does the information on the Informative section.of a bottle mean? We have compiled these and many other questions and answers as well as helpful tips for you in our
Use our shop! There you will find informative taste descriptions and tasting videos for the Whiskies, as well as taste ratings from our customers. These will help you to find the right whisky.
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Here we have compiled typical questions about whisky and the ordering process in the shop. Take a look!