whisky

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Whiskyliste

Whiskyer vi har smakt

Aberlour 10 Y.O.
Aberlour 15 Y.O.
Ardbeg 10 Y.O.
Ardbeg 17 Y.O.
Arran
Machrie Moor, first edition (2011-02-26)
Arran Single Cask
Asam Dobbelbock
Auchentoshan 10 Y.O.
Auchentoshan Three-Wood
Ballantine's Gold Seal 12 Y.O.
Bell's Extra Special
Bennachie 21 Y.O.
Black Barrel
Black Bush
Black Ribbon 10 Y.O.
Blair Athol 12 Y.O.
Bowmore 17 Y.O.
Bowmore Cask
Bowmore Darkest 12 Y.O.
Bowmore Dawn
Bowmore Dusk
Bowmore Mariner 15 Y.O.
Bruichladdich 10 Y.O.
Bruichladdich Mòine Mhòr 3D 2nd Edition
Bunnahabhain 12 Y.O.
Bushmills

Skjemaer

BAT - skjermaer

Møtewhiskylogg

Her er en kronologisk liste over de siste whiskyene som er servert i møtesammenheng. Jo lengre opp en whisky er på listen, jo kortere tid siden sist den ble smakt.

Møte 84-81:

Strathisla 12YO
Famous Grouse Vintage 1989
Glenfiddich Caoran Reserve 12YO
Benromach
Armorik
Ardbeg 10YO
Aberfeldy 12YO
Lagavulin 16YO
Samuel Smith's Taddy Porter (øl)
Haandbryggeriet Porter (øl)
The Balvenie

Møte 80-71:

Glengoyne 21YO
Isle of Jura Superstition
Dalmore 12YO
Ileach
Speyburn
Glen Garioch 15YO
Dalwhinnie 15YO
Erdinger Weissbier Dunkel (øl)

Norsk whisky

En liten oppdatering angående norsk whisky:
e24.no

Det ser ut til at Øysteins skepsis til gutta boys fra markabygda slår til. De blir neppe de første til å lansere en norsk malt whisky.

Stian

Ninth Whisky Distillery on Islay

Port Charlotte Distillery on Islay Confirmed

Bruichladdich Distillery has now officially announced its plans to create the new distillery at Port Charlotte. The distillery will be built, subject to planning permission, on the site of the Lochindaal Distillery that ceased production in 1929. The new name will be Port Charlotte Distillery, one of the original names of the 1829 enterprise. The Distillery was also known as Rhinns Distillery and Lochindaal Distillery.

http://blog.islayinfo.com/article.php/port_charlotte_distillery_islay

“Can malt whisky be discriminated from blended whisky? The proof. A modification of Sir Ronald Fisher's hypothetical tea tasting

Hard to believe, but this was published in a respectable medical journal. I recommend this for all of you interested in the subject of discrimination between blend and single malt - see link below. Here are conclusions:


“The data confirm the null hypothesis that, within our unit, malt cannot be distinguished from blended whisky and that experience does not alter powers of discrimination. Regular drinkers were able to detect blends more easily than malts only because of the frequency with which they gave the answer "blend" though again this was no better than random”

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