Take your whisky home
It wouldn’t be wrong to say that it has been making people high for ages. Kings, queens, and empires have experienced the zen of whiskey, making it the world’s most popular liquor.
Since you will be taking the break from your work and hosting tons of party, we have got you fab 10 whiskeys that need to be in your bar cabinet and complete your collection.
1. The Balvenie Portwood 21-Year-Old
From sniffing it to taste it, this is one of those malts that needs your attention. The first smell to the hint of raisin and soon taste the cocoa in it, Balvenie Portwood is a must in your collection if you truly know how to appreciate the spirit.
2. Monkey Shoulder
A popular scotch whisky that pays tribute to the maltmen who spend day and nights just to create a fine quality whisky. It has a very different blend to it.
3. Glenfiddich 21 Year Old
The moment you taste this whisky, it’s not just any other alcohol but something that is made with a lot of patience. From mild notes of fig, toffee, vanilla, this one is aged in a Caribbean run cask to bring the best product out of it. That notes of wood, mind, and honey that hits your tongue are called the result of hard work.
4. Chivas Regal XV
This one truly needs a taste. Either go on the rocks or mix within your own way, everything with Chivas is good to go.
5. Kilchoman 8 Year Old
If vanilla and taste of smoky caramel is something you enjoy, Kilchoman is all for you. The production of this single malt scotch whisky began in 2005 and ever since has become quite popular. The barley used in the making of it is grown on the distillery site. Aged in bourbon and sherry cask, Kilchoman is something you won’t mind enjoying in the chilling night.
6. Longmorn 16 Year Old
In case you are planning to indulge in a business talk with someone who is important, opening a bottle of Longmorn will definitely seal the deal. The smooth texture of this whisky makes you want more leaving a hint of lemony spiciness in after palette.
7. Ballantine’s 30 Year Old
This award-winner needs no introduction. A companion in itself.
8. Lagavulin 16 Year Old
The strong bitter taste of it makes it not at all apt for faint-hearted. Lagavulin has a strong influence of iodine with a strong hint of Lapsang Souchong tea and tobacco, now you know why it’s not recommended for normal drinkers.
9. Glen Grant 22 Year Old
A very popular young malt in Europe, this is often drunk on casual occasion in that side of the world with coke. You can simply have it with just water.
10. Johnnie Walker 18 Year Old
A sophisticated choice, this 18-year-old malt always find its way in your bar collection by hook or by crook. A little taste of nuts, dark chocolate, and fruit, Johnnie Walker is indeed worth a toast.