Around International Women’s Day there is suddenly an explosion of media hype (and advertising) aimed at and about women.
As if women around the world haven’t been doing remarkable things all along.
Which is where initiatives like SheThePeople.TV come in… calling itself a ‘storytelling platform for women’ sharing stories women from all walks of life.
They don’t need one day a year when then have 365 days…
So what does this have to do with whisky?
A funny little perception that whisky isn’t a woman’s drink.
The first time I was interviewed for the mere combination of gender and alcohol preferences, I admit I thought it all rather absurd. After all, what’s the big deal?
That the little ladies in the corner should get wine or something ‘softer’??
I beg to differ.
I’m proud to be a woman whisky drinker.
And I have terrific company!
So when SheThePeople.TV asked for an interview? Thought what the heck! I’d be joining very impressive group of women of substance simply for sharing a common interest.
You can read it here: Interview – Whisky Lady in India, Carissa Hickling (Pssst – you may be asked to sign in as a ‘guest’ or ‘register’)
There are even more fabulous blogs of women whisky drinkers out there to enjoy!
- Miss Whisky – A fellow Canadian, London based journalist (Alwynne Gwilt)
- The Whisky Lady – French blogger
- The Whiskey Women – Collection of whisk(e)women aficionados
- The Whisky Woman – Founding owner of Brenne whisky (Allison Patel)
- Whersky – Blog started by two friends who happen to love whisky
- Whisky for Girls – Scotland based (Rachel MacNeill)
- Whisky Girl – Free-lance whisky writer based in Hallum, Netherlands (Femke Tijtsma Sijtsma)
- Whisky Lassie – Frank, fun and clearly Canadian (Johanne McInnis)
- Women who whisky – Posts from WWW from club chapters in various cities
If you know more to add? Just let me know in the comments or [info @ everydayasia.com].
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