After more than five years, our original Mumbai whisky tasting group has become known for pushing the boundaries with a focus on discovering new and different whiskies.
We’ve had home-made experiments with aging, phenomenal food pairings, independent bottlers, country specific themes, unique blends and more!
Which meant it was high time to revisit slightly different avatars of well known whiskies, completely blind to avoid the influence of advertising and pre-conceived notions.
What did we try?
No strangers to these brands, we’ve even previously had a session focused on Glenlivet, a couple of Glengoynes over the years and most have separately sampled Connemara.
What made it interesting is the order…
Traditionally, we would start with the lightest (Glenlivet) then sherry (Glengoyne) and close with a peated whisky (Connemara).
Here we did the exact opposite – peat, sherry, light! With some interesting results.
Related tasting sessions:
- Irish night with Connemara (BMC + Whisky Ladies)
- Glenlivet quartet – 12, 15, 18 & 21 year (Original)
- Adult whiskies with Glengoyne (BMC)
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