Introduction to Islay Scotch – Shame & Regret (TBC)

$40.00

Introduction to Islay Scotch – Shame & Regret (TBC 2021)

Compare 4 classic Highland Region Single Scotch Malt Whiskys as we explore the idyllic characters and styles of the southernmost region of Scotland.

Follow the classes journey into the sea and onto the Island where you will be greeted by rolling peated hills and farmland.

Through nosing and tasting, learning the techniques practiced by experts, you will be given the skills and foundations to understand the flavor profiles of each whisky. Using the tools provided in this class you will be taught how to identify the subtle flavors hidden within the whisky and how the distilling process influences these.

This class is Led by our Whisky Expert, Graeme Robertson, Product of Scotland. In this class you will experience the whiskies from some of the oldest and also newest distilleries in Scotland. We will explore the traditional triple-distilled styles as well as the modern and innovative characters that are shaping the future of Scotch whisky

This is a course for those seeking a comprehensive experience with Scotch Whisky and gain the knowledge and skills to expertly taste and purchase the finest whiskies in the world.

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Schools in session, Introduction to Islay Scotch, the only class that you won’t want to miss!

This class is taught by our Whisky Expert, Graeme Robertson, Product of Scotland. In this class, you will experience whiskies from some of the oldest and newest distilleries in Scotland.

We will compare 4 classic Islay Region Single Scotch Malt Whisky’s as we explore the idyllic flavor profiles and styles of the southernmost region of Scotland. You will be taken from the Irish sea to the rolling, peat covered hills of Islay island.

You will be given the skills to understand the flavor profiles of each whisky through nosing and tasting. This is the foundation practiced by experts. By the end of the class, you will be able to utilize these skills to identify the subtle flavors hidden within each whisky and how the distilling process influences them.

“The best whisky is the whisky you have yet to taste.”