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Whisky Live Paris 2013 part 2

Whisky Live Paris 2013 part 2


Masterclasses […]

The Whisky Live Paris 2013 did not lack Masterclasses. I attended in some of them. For non-orienting in the topic I might add that these additional activities are in groups. They may relate to general issues of whisky or a particular distillery, but they are always connected with the tasting. Places are limited, so to avoid disappointment you need to book in advance. The first Masterclass – Whiskies du monde – Blind Tasting was guided by Salvatore Maninno. Blind tasting is a very nice idea. You can think about whisky, its nose, flavors, finish, without any prior assumptions and prejudices associated with a particular distillery, age, type of casks, etc. It is a very good exercise, improving tasting abilities. In my case, this Masterclass was tasting not only blind but also deaf, as was held in French, which I do not speak. But, it is not that bad. I just had to explore the contents of the glass myself. At the end the secret has been revealed, we tasted: Macmayra from Sweden, Penderyn from Wales, Sullivans Cove and Hellyers Road from Tasmania, The New Zealand Whisky, Armorik from France and Amrut from India. [caption id=attachment_2230 align=alignnone width=801] Whisky Live Paris 2013 Blind Tasting[/caption] [caption id=attachment_2231 align=alignnone width=801] Whisky Live Paris 2013 Blind ... Tasting[/caption] [caption id=attachment_2233 align=alignnone width=801] Whisky Live Paris 2013 Blind Tasting[/caption] Another Masterclass was led by Dave Broom from Whisky Magazine and Marcin Miller from No. One Drinks Company - the owner of the remaining stocks of Karuizawa. Unfortunately I didnt take part in these classes, I started too late with booking tickets and Masterclass has already been sold out. Too bad. However, by the courtesy of my friends I could try a few Karuizawas - vintages 1971 and 1977, bottled in 2012 for Taiwan and 1973, 1974 bottled in 2013. All were delicious. [caption id=attachment_2234...

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  • The Dalmore 12 years old

    The Dalmore 12 years old


    My whisky collection Testing / Tasting
    (80 points)

    The Dalmore Distillery is located just North of Inverness. Location determines the classification of the created spirits as Highlands.

    [caption id=attachment_703 align=alignnone width=801] The Dalmore 12 years old[/caption] The Dalmore belongs to the Whyte & Mackay, which was established in 1882. Company with extensive experience in the production of blends. In Poland, the rather unusual. Whyte & Mackay is also the owner of the Isle of Jura Distillery, located on the island of the same name, next to Islay of Islay. The activities of the group is linked to one of the most prominent figures in the world of...

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