Discover local secrets on the West End of Glasgow on this tasting tour away from the city centre.
Did you cancel your travel plans? Join us on a whisky tasting from home
The world is going crazy right now, especially for all of us within the tourism industry. We understand these are difficult times for everybody, but hey! There are some ways you can join us on a whisky tasting from home.
Visitors Map to Single Malt Whisky Distilleries
Firstly, learn everything about the 5 whisky production regions. On this map, you will be able to visualise each of them with a description of the flavour profile and the distilleries with open visitor centres that you can visit on your next trip to Scotland.
- The light and delicate Lowlands
- The floral and sweet Speyside
- The woody and fruity Highlands
- The smoky and coastal whiskies from Islay
- The rich and powerful Campbeltown drams
Whisky Flavour Map
Secondly, continue your journey with the whisky flavour map. A map that will help you to understand the main 4 flavour profiles you can expect from your whisky (Smoky, Rich, Delicate or Light). Additionally, the flavour map describes the three most important factors that affect the flavour dramatically during its production process.
- The peat for smokiness
- The wood for complexity, colour and a wide variety of aromas
- The Pot Still (Alambic), responsible for creating the essence of the spirit.
Whisky Tasting Steps
Finally, let us guide you through the step by step of whisky appreciation. You probably know how to drink it, but do you know how to taste it properly understanding everything about its colour, aroma and taste? If not, we have developed a dedicated whisky guide with 6 steps you need to follow to get the best of your whisky tasting from home.
- Visual texture
- Whisky tasting
- Water and whisky.
All together contribute to enhancing a fantastic whisky experience. A whisky tasting from home full of education and useful information that we are sure will help you understand the whisky culture from a different perspective. If you have questions or comments, please, give us a shout, or contact us by phone. We are here to help and we want you to become as passionate about whisky as much as we are.