Even though this section is not complete, we wanted to start providing our customers information about the Single Malt Scotch World Beverage carries and other interesting facts about the world of Whiskey. We will continue developing this section so you can use it as a convenient point of reference. Our managers at World Beverage have been working hard on finding the right portfolio of Single Malt Scotch that guarantees to satisfy all palates. Aside from our everyday blended Scotch such as Dewar's, Johnny Walker, Ballentine, Famous Grouse and other, we carry a great variety of Single Malts, many of those are rare finds.
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How to Taste Single Malt
Single malt Scotch whiskey is becoming increasingly popular all over the world. It is a complex and versatile spirit that you can enjoy as an aperitif, alongside a meal, after dinner or as a nightcap.
Pour yourself a full measure of your choice of Single Malt. Depending on your experience and how much you want to drink, this amount can be anywhere from half an ounce to two ounces.
Tilt and turn the glass. Let the whiskey coat the glass. This increases the surface area, permitting greater evaporation and thus enhancing the aroma. Observe the color and consistency as it sticks to the side of the glass.
Nose the Scotch (adding just a drop of water to release the full potential) and savor the sweet or pungent earthy aromas. Admire the heavy peaty smokiness or detect the delicate heathery perfume. Gently agitate the glass. Nose again.
Take a sip, just enough to coat your mouth and begin to slowly swirl around your mouth. Really taste the whiskey, allow it to impress your palate. Hold it in your mouth as long as it takes to notice all of the different flavors.
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Swallow. Try not to open your mouth or close your throat. Let in a tiny amount of air through your mouth and breathe through your nose slowly as the fumes rise up into your sinuses. You may notice different flavors. This is called the "finish." Once the flavors subside, breathe normally.
"Contemplate it, savor it, but never rush it - appreciate the lingering and unique mellow finish of the true Single Malt Scotch whisky for the connoisseur". Laphroaig