Tasting Sessions

Nearly 10 years ago, friends in Mumbai and I decided to meet monthly to sample a mutual passion – single malts. Together we began a journey exploring the wonderful world of whisky – discovering gems, duds and many somewhere between.

Along the way, I became the ‘scribe’ of our sampling encounters and shared these observations first on my other blog Everyday Asia and then here on Whisky Lady in India. In 2015, I started the Whisky Ladies of Mumbai with the most fabulous women you can imagine! Then in 2016, a new group was added to the mix – the Bombay Malt + Cigar club. Beyond that, I would join smaller ‘mini’ sessions, the occasional master classes and special events too.

However in October 2019, everything changed! My beloved base in Bombay shifted to Nuremberg, Germany and a new adventure commenced.

Welcome to the chronicle of collective tasting sessions… and the evolution of Whisky Lady in India to Whisky Lady in Germany!

2021 April Summary

2021 March Summary

2021 February Summary

2021 January Summary

2020

November Summary

September – October Summary

FebruaryMarch – May, June – August Summaries

January Summary 

2019

November Summary

September Summary

August Summary

July Summary

June Summary

May Summary

April Summary

March Summary

February Summary

January Summary

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012 and earlier archives

Since launching Whisky Lady, I started sharing my own sampling adventures too. Check out the Whiskies by Country / Region plus Whisky Tasting Tips:

Coming…. at some point!

  • Whisky Warehouse No. 8 Regions
    • Lowland – Port Dundas 10 year (Oct 2009 – Oct 2019) Refill Sherry 47.9%
    • Highland – Deanston 10 year (Sep 2009 – Oct 2019) Bourbon Barrel 57.3%
    • Speyside – Miltonduff 11 years (Feb 1995 – Oct 2015) Bourbon Hogshead 59.5%
    • Islay – Braon Peat Batch 7 (15 April 2019) 57.5%
  • Bellevoye Trio – Blue (French Oak) 40%, White (Sauternes) 40%, Red (Grand Cru) 43%
  • Chorlton’s La Nouvelle Vague – Croftengea 13 years 53.9% (Loch Lomond), Orkney 15 year 57.1% (Highland Park)
  • Arran Quarter Cask “The Bothy” 56.2%, Port Cask Finish 50%
  • Gordon & MacPhail – Glenburgie (2004/2019) 43% (G&MP Distillery label), Miltonduff 10 year 43% (G&MP Discovery), Glenrothes 11 year 43% (G&MP Discovery)
  • Patience is a virtue? Glenburgie 21 year 43% (G&MP Distillery label), Balblair 18 year 46%, Glenrothes 18 year Elders Reserve 43%

Some tasting notes were previously published on my other blog – Everyday Asia which shares tales of everyday life of a Canadian woman based in Mumbai, India working and traveling around Asia.

2 thoughts on “Tasting Sessions

  1. I would love to join the whiskey ladies club . I do enjoy my malts though Sm not an expert ; but am willing to learn and have fun in the process.

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