#38 WHISKY SAFARI
Indulge as you learn about single malts and their
tasting notes. Come Discover the secrets of Single malt, its flavour profiles and aromas, the stories behind great distilleries. From malt to glass take an intoxicating journey and find out everything you ever wanted to know about Single Malts. From tasting it on its own to pairing it with food.
Single malt Scotch whisky is one of the most well-regarded spirits in the world. It has a huge scope for distinction; it can offer complexity or effortlessness, unrivalled power or a subtle undertone. To legally be called a single malt Scotch, the whisky must be distilled at a single distillery in Scotland, in a copper pot still from nothing other than malted barley, yeast and water. It must then be aged in an oak cask for at least three years in and a day in Scotland, and be bottled at minimum 40% abv
There are regional variations within Scotland, and terroir and geography play a massive part in the character of the whisky. Nevertheless, in a Scotch single malt, it is the oak barrel that has the major effect upon the character of the finished spirit, it claims to be at least 60% of the final flavour.
Discover everything you need to know about this distiguished drink in an evening of fine flavour.