Taking over a former barristers' chambers off Baldwin Street, Black Rock Bristol joins its East London sister bar as one of the most impressive whisky bars in the UK. Home to over 250 different bottles of whisky from across the globe, their expert bartenders are always on hand to suggest a dram for what…
Asian Whisky Masterclass
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Whisky has been made in Asia for much longer than you'd think, and recently whiskies from the far east have been winning awards at all the major competitions. Join Whisky Ambassador Stef Holt on a tour of three of Asia's most dynamic and interesting whisky making countries, with a tasting of 6 single malts from the region.
The story of Japanese whisky started in 1918 when Masataka Taketsuru travelled to Scotland to learn how to make whiskies. We'll be tasting single malts from the two distilleries he built for his company, Nikka & delving into the fascinating history of Japanese whisky.
Whisky making in India started during the time of British rule and the largest selling whiskies in India do not adhere to European Laws on what constitutes a whisky. However, the first 'proper' single malt from India, Amrut, was released in 2004 and is responsible for building a new reputation for excellent Indian whiskies around the globe.
Taiwanese whisky is the newest kid on the block, with Taiwan's only whisky distillery Kavalan starting distillation in 2006, but after winning the trophy for Worlds Best Single Malt (and their master distiller becoming Master Distiller of the Year) in 2015, it has certainly made its mark.
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