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Everything you've ever wanted to learn about whiskey and comics is all right here.

  • Intro to Comics
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    Intro to Comics

    Ok, so you want to be a Whiskey Geek? Well, you have come to the right place. It’s easy to get started because all you need is an interest and willingness to learn about whiskey, and a curiosity for comics.  Here, we’ll give you an intro to comics. And please, have no fear. Getting started in comics doesn’t have to be intimidating.  If you can check at least one of these boxes, then we guarantee that there is a comic book that you will absolutely fall in love with:  you like comics grew up watching cartoons you enjoy the superhero movies you enjoy video games you like a good story…

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    How Flavour is Created in Whiskey

    If you have read our Intro to Whiskey article then you know that there is an incredibly wide range of flavours that can be found in the various whiskies1 from around the world2. But have you ever wondered how flavour is created in whisky? How do you get all of those incredible flavours in the glass? This is the question that we will explore in this guide. More specifically, we’ll look at the whiskey making process, and dive deep into malting, the mash, fermentation, distillation, and aging, and how all of these steps present unique options and choices for distillers who want to infuse different flavours. Article Overview Ingredients of…

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    Intro to Whiskey

    In this intro to whiskey, we’re going to walk you through each amazing whiskey producing region in the world, giving you the insights to help you figure out what you may like to drink. Anyone who has been to the whiskey aisle at your local liquor store knows that it can be rather intimidating. Rows upon rows of bottles and boxes with strange names you cannot pronounce, some have age statements telling you how old they are, others say things like ‘blended,’ or single grain, or double oak matured. On top of that, they can’t even agree on how to spell whiskey (USA, Ireland) / whisky (Scotland, Canada, Japan). Plus,…