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  • 1. MSPSeries - Week #3 -Whiskey or Whisky?Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 2. Who isjustcocktails.org?Our Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 3. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:Our Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 4. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:➡ Bartender & Service TrainingOur Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 5. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:➡ Bartender & Service Training➡ Management TrainingOur Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 6. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:➡ Bartender & Service Training➡ Management Training➡ Analysis and ConsultationOur Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 7. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:➡ Bartender & Service Training➡ Management Training➡ Analysis and Consultation➡ EventsOur Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 8. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:➡ Bartender & Service Training➡ Management Training➡ Analysis and Consultation➡ EventsOur Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 9. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:➡ Bartender & Service Training➡ Management Training➡ Analysis and Consultation➡ EventsOur Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 10. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:➡ Bartender & Service Training➡ Management Training➡ Analysis and Consultation➡ EventsOur Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 11. Who isjustcocktails.org?justcocktails.org works with hospitality business’, hotels,bars, and clubs around the world, helping with:➡ Bartender & Service Training➡ Management Training➡ Analysis and Consultation➡ EventsOur Mission - “Dedicated to BETTER Imbibing”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 12. Whiskey or Whisky?Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 13. Whiskey or whiskyrefers to abroad category ofalcoholic beveragesthat are distilledfrom fermented grainmashand aged in woodencasks.1 whiskey, 2 whisky, 3 whiskee, floorFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 14. Objectives• Understand the origins of whiskey• Describe the distillation process and regional differencesthat lead to different styles of whiskey• Introduce the impact of whiskey on North Americanhistory.• Compare and contrast several whiskey styles• Explore the interaction of whiskey in cocktailsFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 15. “The Manhattan Cocktail”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 16. “The Manhattan Cocktail”A popular history suggests that the drink originated at the Manhattan Club in New York City in theearly 1870s, where it was invented by Dr. Iain Marshall for a banquet hosted by Jennie Jerome (LadyRandolph Churchill, Winstons mother) in honor of presidential candidateSamuel J. Tilden. Thesuccess of the banquet made the drink fashionable, later prompting several people to request the drinkby referring to the name of the club where it originated—"the Manhattan cocktail".[4][5] However,Lady Randolph was in France at the time and pregnant, so the story is likely a fiction.[6]Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 17. “The Manhattan Cocktail”A popular history suggests that the drink originated at the Manhattan Club in New York City in theearly 1870s, where it was invented by Dr. Iain Marshall for a banquet hosted by Jennie Jerome (LadyRandolph Churchill, Winstons mother) in honor of presidential candidateSamuel J. Tilden. Thesuccess of the banquet made the drink fashionable, later prompting several people to request the drinkby referring to the name of the club where it originated—"the Manhattan cocktail".[4][5] However,Lady Randolph was in France at the time and pregnant, so the story is likely a fiction.[6]The original "Manhattan cocktail" was a mix of "American Whiskey, Italian Vermouth and Angosturabitters".[7][8] During prohibition(1920-1933) Canadian whisky was primarily used because it was whatwas available.[9]Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 18. “The Manhattan Cocktail”A popular history suggests that the drink originated at the Manhattan Club in New York City in theearly 1870s, where it was invented by Dr. Iain Marshall for a banquet hosted by Jennie Jerome (LadyRandolph Churchill, Winstons mother) in honor of presidential candidateSamuel J. Tilden. Thesuccess of the banquet made the drink fashionable, later prompting several people to request the drinkby referring to the name of the club where it originated—"the Manhattan cocktail".[4][5] However,Lady Randolph was in France at the time and pregnant, so the story is likely a fiction.[6]The original "Manhattan cocktail" was a mix of "American Whiskey, Italian Vermouth and Angosturabitters".[7][8] During prohibition(1920-1933) Canadian whisky was primarily used because it was whatwas available.[9]However, there are prior references to various similar cocktail recipes called "Manhattan" and served inthe Manhattan area.[5] By one account it was invented in the 1860s by a bartender named Black at a baron Broadway near Houston Street.[10]Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 19. “The Manhattan Cocktail”A popular history suggests that the drink originated at the Manhattan Club in New York City in theearly 1870s, where it was invented by Dr. Iain Marshall for a banquet hosted by Jennie Jerome (LadyRandolph Churchill, Winstons mother) in honor of presidential candidateSamuel J. Tilden. Thesuccess of the banquet made the drink fashionable, later prompting several people to request the drinkby referring to the name of the club where it originated—"the Manhattan cocktail".[4][5] However,Lady Randolph was in France at the time and pregnant, so the story is likely a fiction.[6]The original "Manhattan cocktail" was a mix of "American Whiskey, Italian Vermouth and Angosturabitters".[7][8] During prohibition(1920-1933) Canadian whisky was primarily used because it was whatwas available.[9]However, there are prior references to various similar cocktail recipes called "Manhattan" and served inthe Manhattan area.[5] By one account it was invented in the 1860s by a bartender named Black at a baron Broadway near Houston Street.[10]An early record of the cocktail can be found in William Schmidts "The Flowing Bowl", published in1891. In it, he details a drink containing 2 dashes of gum, 2 dashes of bitters, 1 dash of absinthe, 2/3portion of whiskey and 1/3 portion of vermouth.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 20. “The Manhattan Cocktail”A popular history suggests that the drink originated at the Manhattan Club in New York City in theearly 1870s, where it was invented by Dr. Iain Marshall for a banquet hosted by Jennie Jerome (LadyRandolph Churchill, Winstons mother) in honor of presidential candidateSamuel J. Tilden. Thesuccess of the banquet made the drink fashionable, later prompting several people to request the drinkby referring to the name of the club where it originated—"the Manhattan cocktail".[4][5] However,Lady Randolph was in France at the time and pregnant, so the story is likely a fiction.[6]The original "Manhattan cocktail" was a mix of "American Whiskey, Italian Vermouth and Angosturabitters".[7][8] During prohibition(1920-1933) Canadian whisky was primarily used because it was whatwas available.[9]However, there are prior references to various similar cocktail recipes called "Manhattan" and served inthe Manhattan area.[5] By one account it was invented in the 1860s by a bartender named Black at a baron Broadway near Houston Street.[10]An early record of the cocktail can be found in William Schmidts "The Flowing Bowl", published in1891. In it, he details a drink containing 2 dashes of gum, 2 dashes of bitters, 1 dash of absinthe, 2/3portion of whiskey and 1/3 portion of vermouth.The same cocktail appears listed as a "Tennessee Cocktail" in Shake em Up! by V. Elliott and P. Strong,copyright 1930 (p. 39): "Two parts of whiskey, one part of Italian Vermouth and a dash of bitters pouredover ice and stirred vigorously."Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 21. a brief history...Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 22. WATER OF LIFEFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 23. WATER OF LIFE• Distilling was used by Phoenician sailors, Babylonianalchemists, and others in the production of potions,perfumes, and medicines before recorded history and pre-civilizationFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 24. WATER OF LIFE• Distilling was used by Phoenician sailors, Babylonianalchemists, and others in the production of potions,perfumes, and medicines before recorded history and pre-civilization• Distilling a mix of grain, water, yeast produces whiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 25. WATER OF LIFE• Distilling was used by Phoenician sailors, Babylonianalchemists, and others in the production of potions,perfumes, and medicines before recorded history and pre-civilization• Distilling a mix of grain, water, yeast produces whiskey• Uisge bethea, iskie bae, aquae vitae literally mean:Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 26. WATER OF LIFE• Distilling was used by Phoenician sailors, Babylonianalchemists, and others in the production of potions,perfumes, and medicines before recorded history and pre-civilization• Distilling a mix of grain, water, yeast produces whiskey• Uisge bethea, iskie bae, aquae vitae literally mean:• “Water of Life” or usquebaugh which became usky…..whisky in Scottish English or whiskey in Irish orAmerican EnglishFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 27. Origins in Western CivilizationFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 28. Origins in Western Civilization• Distilling brought to Europe by MoorsFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 29. Origins in Western Civilization• Distilling brought to Europe by Moors• Monks who couldn’t grow grapes, but could distill beer made from barley (Friar JohnCor, 1495)Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 30. Origins in Western Civilization• Distilling brought to Europe by Moors• Monks who couldn’t grow grapes, but could distill beer made from barley (Friar JohnCor, 1495)• Aqua Vitae was introduced by “wise doctors” for medicinal purposes in Scotland(probably Presbyterians)Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 31. Origins in Western Civilization• Distilling brought to Europe by Moors• Monks who couldn’t grow grapes, but could distill beer made from barley (Friar JohnCor, 1495)• Aqua Vitae was introduced by “wise doctors” for medicinal purposes in Scotland(probably Presbyterians)• In 1506 the town of Dundee purchased “a large amount” of whiskey from the Guildof Surgeon BarbersFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 32. Origins in Western Civilization• Distilling brought to Europe by Moors• Monks who couldn’t grow grapes, but could distill beer made from barley (Friar JohnCor, 1495)• Aqua Vitae was introduced by “wise doctors” for medicinal purposes in Scotland(probably Presbyterians)• In 1506 the town of Dundee purchased “a large amount” of whiskey from the Guildof Surgeon Barbers• When Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries, distilling moved from the monks to themassesFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 33. Origins in Western Civilization• Distilling brought to Europe by Moors• Monks who couldn’t grow grapes, but could distill beer made from barley (Friar JohnCor, 1495)• Aqua Vitae was introduced by “wise doctors” for medicinal purposes in Scotland(probably Presbyterians)• In 1506 the town of Dundee purchased “a large amount” of whiskey from the Guildof Surgeon Barbers• When Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries, distilling moved from the monks to themasses• 1608 government gets involved, Old Bushmill’s is the 1st licensed distillery in IrelandFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 34. Origins in Western Civilization• Distilling brought to Europe by Moors• Monks who couldn’t grow grapes, but could distill beer made from barley (Friar JohnCor, 1495)• Aqua Vitae was introduced by “wise doctors” for medicinal purposes in Scotland(probably Presbyterians)• In 1506 the town of Dundee purchased “a large amount” of whiskey from the Guildof Surgeon Barbers• When Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries, distilling moved from the monks to themasses• 1608 government gets involved, Old Bushmill’s is the 1st licensed distillery in Ireland• 1725 English Malt Tax drove production underground. Unlicensed stills wereoperated by the light of the moon, or “Moon-Shine”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 35. Whiskey in AmericaFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 36. Whiskey in America• Scotch Irish immigrants brought beer and distilling techniques toAmericaFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 37. Whiskey in America• Scotch Irish immigrants brought beer and distilling techniques toAmerica• Recipes adapted to indigenous grains: corn, wheat, ryeFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 38. Whiskey in America• Scotch Irish immigrants brought beer and distilling techniques toAmerica• Recipes adapted to indigenous grains: corn, wheat, rye• 1753 John Shenk, Mennonite farmer starts distillery in Schaefferstown,PA creating rye whiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 39. Whiskey in America• Scotch Irish immigrants brought beer and distilling techniques toAmerica• Recipes adapted to indigenous grains: corn, wheat, rye• 1753 John Shenk, Mennonite farmer starts distillery in Schaefferstown,PA creating rye whiskey• As settlers moved west, corn became the grain usedFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 40. Whiskey in America• Scotch Irish immigrants brought beer and distilling techniques toAmerica• Recipes adapted to indigenous grains: corn, wheat, rye• 1753 John Shenk, Mennonite farmer starts distillery in Schaefferstown,PA creating rye whiskey• As settlers moved west, corn became the grain used• Bourbon County, Kentucky became the center of corn based whiskeyproductionFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 41. WHISKEY AND POLITICSFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 42. WHISKEY AND POLITICS• George Washington was the largest distiller in America in his retirementFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 43. WHISKEY AND POLITICS• George Washington was the largest distiller in America in his retirement• President Washington led troops in the field during the suppression of the “WhiskeyRebellion” in western Pennsylvania in 1794.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 44. WHISKEY AND POLITICS• George Washington was the largest distiller in America in his retirement• President Washington led troops in the field during the suppression of the “WhiskeyRebellion” in western Pennsylvania in 1794.• Jefferson as Governor of Virginia offered 60 acres to any settler who would move to the“bourbon region”, grow corn, and erect a semi-permanent structureFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 45. WHISKEY AND POLITICS• George Washington was the largest distiller in America in his retirement• President Washington led troops in the field during the suppression of the “WhiskeyRebellion” in western Pennsylvania in 1794.• Jefferson as Governor of Virginia offered 60 acres to any settler who would move to the“bourbon region”, grow corn, and erect a semi-permanent structure• Abe Lincoln’s father worked at a distillery owned by the Boone family. He later owned several“dry goods” which sold whiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 46. WHISKEY AND POLITICS• George Washington was the largest distiller in America in his retirement• President Washington led troops in the field during the suppression of the “WhiskeyRebellion” in western Pennsylvania in 1794.• Jefferson as Governor of Virginia offered 60 acres to any settler who would move to the“bourbon region”, grow corn, and erect a semi-permanent structure• Abe Lincoln’s father worked at a distillery owned by the Boone family. He later owned several“dry goods” which sold whiskey• Lincoln, defending the selection of Grant to lead the Union army asked “which whiskey is itthat General Grant prefers? I would like to send some to my other generals!” (Grant preferredOld Crow!)Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 47. WHISKEY AND POLITICS• George Washington was the largest distiller in America in his retirement• President Washington led troops in the field during the suppression of the “WhiskeyRebellion” in western Pennsylvania in 1794.• Jefferson as Governor of Virginia offered 60 acres to any settler who would move to the“bourbon region”, grow corn, and erect a semi-permanent structure• Abe Lincoln’s father worked at a distillery owned by the Boone family. He later owned several“dry goods” which sold whiskey• Lincoln, defending the selection of Grant to lead the Union army asked “which whiskey is itthat General Grant prefers? I would like to send some to my other generals!” (Grant preferredOld Crow!)• 18th Amendment (1919) prohibiting manufacture, sale or transportation of liquor was led bywomen before women could vote (1920). Repeal (1933) was led by a republican woman whodespised hypocrisy more than alcohol and wanted to tax it! The law was signed by FDR.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 48. WHISKEY AND POLITICS• George Washington was the largest distiller in America in his retirement• President Washington led troops in the field during the suppression of the “WhiskeyRebellion” in western Pennsylvania in 1794.• Jefferson as Governor of Virginia offered 60 acres to any settler who would move to the“bourbon region”, grow corn, and erect a semi-permanent structure• Abe Lincoln’s father worked at a distillery owned by the Boone family. He later owned several“dry goods” which sold whiskey• Lincoln, defending the selection of Grant to lead the Union army asked “which whiskey is itthat General Grant prefers? I would like to send some to my other generals!” (Grant preferredOld Crow!)• 18th Amendment (1919) prohibiting manufacture, sale or transportation of liquor was led bywomen before women could vote (1920). Repeal (1933) was led by a republican woman whodespised hypocrisy more than alcohol and wanted to tax it! The law was signed by FDR.• FDR drank Old Fashioneds “every night”, even during prohibition. Truman was drinking abourbon when told he was replacing FDRFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 49. WHISKEY AND POLITICS• George Washington was the largest distiller in America in his retirement• President Washington led troops in the field during the suppression of the “WhiskeyRebellion” in western Pennsylvania in 1794.• Jefferson as Governor of Virginia offered 60 acres to any settler who would move to the“bourbon region”, grow corn, and erect a semi-permanent structure• Abe Lincoln’s father worked at a distillery owned by the Boone family. He later owned several“dry goods” which sold whiskey• Lincoln, defending the selection of Grant to lead the Union army asked “which whiskey is itthat General Grant prefers? I would like to send some to my other generals!” (Grant preferredOld Crow!)• 18th Amendment (1919) prohibiting manufacture, sale or transportation of liquor was led bywomen before women could vote (1920). Repeal (1933) was led by a republican woman whodespised hypocrisy more than alcohol and wanted to tax it! The law was signed by FDR.• FDR drank Old Fashioneds “every night”, even during prohibition. Truman was drinking abourbon when told he was replacing FDR• Appreciation of scotch appears to be non-partisan: both LBJ and Nixon preferred scotch andsodaFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 50. Whiskey RebellionFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 51. Whiskey Rebellion• 1st Secretary of Treasury, Hamilton was looking forway to retire the 65 million debt from the revolutionFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 52. Whiskey Rebellion• 1st Secretary of Treasury, Hamilton was looking forway to retire the 65 million debt from the revolution• Seen as unfairly taxing small distillers who refused topay the excise tax. Tarred and feathered thegovernment officials who came to collect.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 53. Whiskey Rebellion• 1st Secretary of Treasury, Hamilton was looking forway to retire the 65 million debt from the revolution• Seen as unfairly taxing small distillers who refused topay the excise tax. Tarred and feathered thegovernment officials who came to collect.• Administration in Philadelphia raised a 13,000 manarmy from NJ, PA, MD, VA to suppress the resistanceFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 54. Whiskey Rebellion• 1st Secretary of Treasury, Hamilton was looking forway to retire the 65 million debt from the revolution• Seen as unfairly taxing small distillers who refused topay the excise tax. Tarred and feathered thegovernment officials who came to collect.• Administration in Philadelphia raised a 13,000 manarmy from NJ, PA, MD, VA to suppress the resistance• 2 civilians killed (Myerstown, Middlesex) as troopsmarched across PAFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 55. Whiskey Rebellion• 1st Secretary of Treasury, Hamilton was looking forway to retire the 65 million debt from the revolution• Seen as unfairly taxing small distillers who refused topay the excise tax. Tarred and feathered thegovernment officials who came to collect.• Administration in Philadelphia raised a 13,000 manarmy from NJ, PA, MD, VA to suppress the resistance• 2 civilians killed (Myerstown, Middlesex) as troopsmarched across PA• Washington reviewed the troops in CarlisleFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 56. Whiskey Rebellion• 1st Secretary of Treasury, Hamilton was looking forway to retire the 65 million debt from the revolution• Seen as unfairly taxing small distillers who refused topay the excise tax. Tarred and feathered thegovernment officials who came to collect.• Administration in Philadelphia raised a 13,000 manarmy from NJ, PA, MD, VA to suppress the resistance• 2 civilians killed (Myerstown, Middlesex) as troopsmarched across PA• Washington reviewed the troops in Carlisle• Pamphleteer, preacher and political reformer HermanHusband raised a liberty pole in Somerset proclaiming“Liberty and No Excise”. He was tried, sentenced todeath, released from prison but died on his way home.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 57. Whiskey Rebellion• 1st Secretary of Treasury, Hamilton was looking forway to retire the 65 million debt from the revolution• Seen as unfairly taxing small distillers who refused topay the excise tax. Tarred and feathered thegovernment officials who came to collect.• Administration in Philadelphia raised a 13,000 manarmy from NJ, PA, MD, VA to suppress the resistance• 2 civilians killed (Myerstown, Middlesex) as troopsmarched across PA• Washington reviewed the troops in Carlisle• Pamphleteer, preacher and political reformer HermanHusband raised a liberty pole in Somerset proclaiming“Liberty and No Excise”. He was tried, sentenced todeath, released from prison but died on his way home.• Whiskey tax repealed when Jefferson’s Republicansdefeated Hamilton’s Federalists in 1800Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 58. Flavors and ScentsFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 59. Flavors and Scents• Esters fruit/flowers, toffee, honeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 60. Flavors and Scents• Esters fruit/flowers, toffee, honey• Aldehydes hay, grass, leather, cerealFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 61. Flavors and Scents• Esters fruit/flowers, toffee, honey• Aldehydes hay, grass, leather, cereal• Phenols peaty, smoky, medicinalFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 62. Flavors and Scents• Esters fruit/flowers, toffee, honey• Aldehydes hay, grass, leather, cereal• Phenols peaty, smoky, medicinal• Carbonyls sulfurFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 63. Flavors and Scents• Esters fruit/flowers, toffee, honey• Aldehydes hay, grass, leather, cereal• Phenols peaty, smoky, medicinal• Carbonyls sulfur• Guiacols smokyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 64. Flavors and Scents• Esters fruit/flowers, toffee, honey• Aldehydes hay, grass, leather, cereal• Phenols peaty, smoky, medicinal• Carbonyls sulfur• Guiacols smoky• Other oils piney, resin, butter, nuttyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 65. Major Whiskey RegionsScotlandIrelandKentuckyTennesseeFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 66. Tasting Factors• Whiskey, water and humility• Colour• Nose• Flavour (Palate)• FinishFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 67. • Smell is 1000 times more sensitive and picks upto 30 distinct smells• Tongue picks up sour, sweet, salty, bitter• Palate can detect flavours and establishes thefinishFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 68. Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 69. Tasting NotesFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 70. How to TasteScotch Malt Whisky Society: “put some in a glass, swirl it,stick your snout in the hole and sniff• Look: colour hints of complexity, more color generally equalsmore complex flavour• Sniff: 80% of taste is driven by smell (30 primary smells)• Taste: get to back of tongue, front is more affected by sting ofalcohol (4 primary tastes)• Kentucky Chew: move around the mouth expose the entirepalateFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 71. Tasting NotesColour:Nose:Flavour:Finish:Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 72. Whiskey making process...Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 73. Farm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 74. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 75. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 76. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 77. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 78. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 79. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 80. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 81. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 82. Whiskey’s can be madefrom a variety of cerealsdepending on their typesand waterThese cereals are✴ Barley✴ Corn✴ Rye✴ WheatFarm firstFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 83. MALTING:The process which converts cereal to MALT.Malting is a process applied to cereal grains, in which thegrains are made to germinate by soaking in water[1] andare then quickly halted from germinating further bydrying/heating with hot air. Thus, malting is a combinationof two processes: the sprouting process and the kiln-dryingprocess.The Process #1Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 84. MALTING:The process which converts cereal to MALT.Malting is a process applied to cereal grains, in which thegrains are made to germinate by soaking in water[1] andare then quickly halted from germinating further bydrying/heating with hot air. Thus, malting is a combinationof two processes: the sprouting process and the kiln-dryingprocess.The Process #1Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 85. The Process #2MASHING:Which produces WORT (sugar solution) fromground or crushed MALT.Mashing is the process of combining a mix of milled grain(typically malted barley with supplementary grains such ascorn, sorghum, rye or wheat), known as the "grain bill", andwater, known as "liquor", and heating this mixture. Mashingallows the enzymes in the malt to break down the starch inthe grain into sugars, typically maltose to create a maltyliquid called wort.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 86. The Process #2MASHING:Which produces WORT (sugar solution) fromground or crushed MALT.Mashing is the process of combining a mix of milled grain(typically malted barley with supplementary grains such ascorn, sorghum, rye or wheat), known as the "grain bill", andwater, known as "liquor", and heating this mixture. Mashingallows the enzymes in the malt to break down the starch inthe grain into sugars, typically maltose to create a maltyliquid called wort.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 87. The Process #3FERMENTATION:A process that produces WASH (a weak, crude, impure spirit)consequent upon the introduction of YEAST in the WORT.Fermentation is the chemical conversion of sugars into ethanol.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 88. The Process #3FERMENTATION:A process that produces WASH (a weak, crude, impure spirit)consequent upon the introduction of YEAST in the WORT.Fermentation is the chemical conversion of sugars into ethanol.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 89. The Process #4DISTILLATION:The process that strengthens and purifies the spiritcontained in the WASH and also separates the solidscontained in the spirituous liquor.Distillation is a method of separating mixtures based on differences in theirvolatilities in a boiling liquid mixture. Distillation is a unit operation, or aphysical separation process, and not a chemical reaction.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 90. The Process #4DISTILLATION:The process that strengthens and purifies the spiritcontained in the WASH and also separates the solidscontained in the spirituous liquor.Distillation is a method of separating mixtures based on differences in theirvolatilities in a boiling liquid mixture. Distillation is a unit operation, or aphysical separation process, and not a chemical reaction.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 91. MATURATION:The process that transforms the raw SPIRIT into WHISKEY or WHISKY.When a wine or whiskey/whisky ages in a barrel, small amounts of oxygen are introduced as thebarrel lets some air in (compare to microoxygenation where oxygen is deliberately added).Oxygen enters a barrel when water or alcohol is lost due to evaporation, a portion known as the"angels share". In an environment with 100% relative humidity, very little water evaporates and somost of the loss is alcoholThe Process #5Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 92. MATURATION:The process that transforms the raw SPIRIT into WHISKEY or WHISKY.When a wine or whiskey/whisky ages in a barrel, small amounts of oxygen are introduced as thebarrel lets some air in (compare to microoxygenation where oxygen is deliberately added).Oxygen enters a barrel when water or alcohol is lost due to evaporation, a portion known as the"angels share". In an environment with 100% relative humidity, very little water evaporates and somost of the loss is alcoholThe Process #5Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 93. BOTTLING:After the period of maturation the spiritis bottled to be sold.The Process #6Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 94. BOTTLING:After the period of maturation the spiritis bottled to be sold.The Process #6Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 95. ✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyTypes of WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 96. ✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyTypes of WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 97. Scotch WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 98. Scotch Whisky✴ Must be distilled at a Scottish distillery from water and maltedbarley, to which only other whole grains may be added, havebeen processed at that distillery into a mash, and fermented onlyby the addition of yeast.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 99. Scotch Whisky✴ Must be distilled at a Scottish distillery from water and maltedbarley, to which only other whole grains may be added, havebeen processed at that distillery into a mash, and fermented onlyby the addition of yeast.✴ Must be matured in Scotland in oak casks for not less than threeyears.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 100. Scotch Whisky✴ Must be distilled at a Scottish distillery from water and maltedbarley, to which only other whole grains may be added, havebeen processed at that distillery into a mash, and fermented onlyby the addition of yeast.✴ Must be matured in Scotland in oak casks for not less than threeyears.✴ Must not contain any added substance other than water andcaramel colour.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 101. Scotch Whisky✴ Must be distilled at a Scottish distillery from water and maltedbarley, to which only other whole grains may be added, havebeen processed at that distillery into a mash, and fermented onlyby the addition of yeast.✴ Must be matured in Scotland in oak casks for not less than threeyears.✴ Must not contain any added substance other than water andcaramel colour.✴Peat Moss and other ingredients are used to dry the MALT, givingit a distinguishable smokey flavour.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 102. Types of ScotchFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 103. Types of ScotchSingle Malt WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 104. Types of ScotchSingle Malt WhiskyIt is a malt whisky from onemalt batch or distillery.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 105. Types of ScotchSingle Malt WhiskyIt is a malt whisky from onemalt batch or distillery.(Glenfiddich, Glenmorangie,The Macallan, Balvenie,Glenlivet, Highland Park,Lagavulin, Laphroaig)Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 106. Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 107. Blended Scotch WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 108. Blended Scotch WhiskyIt is a mixture of maltand grain whisky’s.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 109. Blended Scotch WhiskyIt is a mixture of maltand grain whisky’s.(Johnnie Walker, CuttySark, Famous Grouse,Chivas Regal)Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 110. Irish WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 111. Irish Whiskey✴Made in Ireland.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 112. Irish Whiskey✴Made in Ireland.✴The grains used in making of Irishwhiskey are barley, rye and corn.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 113. Irish Whiskey✴Made in Ireland.✴The grains used in making of Irishwhiskey are barley, rye and corn.✴Irish whiskey has to be distilled thriceand matured for at least three years.No peat fire is used to dry the maltFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 114. American WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 115. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee StyleAmerican WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 116. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon CountyAmerican WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 117. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon County✴Made not less than 51% corn withmalted barley.American WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 118. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon County✴Made not less than 51% corn withmalted barley.✴Rye is also usedAmerican WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 119. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon County✴Made not less than 51% corn withmalted barley.✴Rye is also used✴Barrels used are charred / toastedand made of American oakAmerican WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 120. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon County✴Made not less than 51% corn withmalted barley.✴Rye is also used✴Barrels used are charred / toastedand made of American oak✴Eg – Wild Turkey, Maker’s Mark andJim BeamAmerican WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 121. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon County✴Made not less than 51% corn withmalted barley.✴Rye is also used✴Barrels used are charred / toastedand made of American oak✴Eg – Wild Turkey, Maker’s Mark andJim Beam✴Whiskeys are all produced forma “Sour Mash”. (some bourbonstoo)American WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 122. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon County✴Made not less than 51% corn withmalted barley.✴Rye is also used✴Barrels used are charred / toastedand made of American oak✴Eg – Wild Turkey, Maker’s Mark andJim Beam✴Whiskeys are all produced forma “Sour Mash”. (some bourbonstoo)✴Produces some of the world’srichest and smoothest whiskies.American WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 123. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon County✴Made not less than 51% corn withmalted barley.✴Rye is also used✴Barrels used are charred / toastedand made of American oak✴Eg – Wild Turkey, Maker’s Mark andJim Beam✴Whiskeys are all produced forma “Sour Mash”. (some bourbonstoo)✴Produces some of the world’srichest and smoothest whiskies.✴Charred in oak casks and thenfiltered through a mass of charcoalAmerican WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 124. Kentucky (Bourbon) Tennessee Style✴These Whiskeys must be made in theBourbon County✴Made not less than 51% corn withmalted barley.✴Rye is also used✴Barrels used are charred / toastedand made of American oak✴Eg – Wild Turkey, Maker’s Mark andJim Beam✴Whiskeys are all produced forma “Sour Mash”. (some bourbonstoo)✴Produces some of the world’srichest and smoothest whiskies.✴Charred in oak casks and thenfiltered through a mass of charcoal✴Eg- Jack Daniel’s no 7American WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 125. BOURBON  101Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 126. BOURBONBOURBON•   D e f i n i t i o n  •   L a w•   D i s t i l l a t i o n•   L o c a l i z a t i o n•   A g i n g•   M a s h   B i l lFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 127. BOURBONWHAT  IS  BOURBON?•   A m e r i c a n   W h i s k e y  •   M a i n l y   C o r n•   A g e d   i n   o a kFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 128. LEGAL  DEFINITIONFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 129. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITIONFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 130. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c tFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 131. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r nFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 132. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a kFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 133. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a k•   D i s t i l l e d   t o   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 6 0   p r o o fFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 134. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a k•   D i s t i l l e d   t o   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 6 0   p r o o f•   I n t r o d u c e d   t o   o a k   a t   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 2 5   p r o o fFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 135. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a k•   D i s t i l l e d   t o   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 6 0   p r o o f•   I n t r o d u c e d   t o   o a k   a t   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 2 5   p r o o f•   B o t t l e d   a t   n o   l e s s   t h a n   8 0   p r o o fFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 136. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a k•   D i s t i l l e d   t o   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 6 0   p r o o f•   I n t r o d u c e d   t o   o a k   a t   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 2 5   p r o o f•   B o t t l e d   a t   n o   l e s s   t h a n   8 0   p r o o fAGING  &  LABELINGFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 137. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a k•   D i s t i l l e d   t o   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 6 0   p r o o f•   I n t r o d u c e d   t o   o a k   a t   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 2 5   p r o o f•   B o t t l e d   a t   n o   l e s s   t h a n   8 0   p r o o fAGING  &  LABELING•   B o u r b o n   m e e t i n g   t h e   a b o v e   r e q u i r e m e n t s   a n d   a g e d   2   y e a r s ,   m a y   b e  c a l l e d   S T R A I G H T   b o u r b o nFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 138. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a k•   D i s t i l l e d   t o   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 6 0   p r o o f•   I n t r o d u c e d   t o   o a k   a t   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 2 5   p r o o f•   B o t t l e d   a t   n o   l e s s   t h a n   8 0   p r o o fAGING  &  LABELING•   B o u r b o n   m e e t i n g   t h e   a b o v e   r e q u i r e m e n t s   a n d   a g e d   2   y e a r s ,   m a y   b e  c a l l e d   S T R A I G H T   b o u r b o n•   B o u r b o n   l a b e l e d   S t r a i g h t   m u s t   l a b e l   i t s   a g e   i f   l e s s   t h a n   4   y e a r sFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 139. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a k•   D i s t i l l e d   t o   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 6 0   p r o o f•   I n t r o d u c e d   t o   o a k   a t   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 2 5   p r o o f•   B o t t l e d   a t   n o   l e s s   t h a n   8 0   p r o o fAGING  &  LABELING•   B o u r b o n   m e e t i n g   t h e   a b o v e   r e q u i r e m e n t s   a n d   a g e d   2   y e a r s ,   m a y   b e  c a l l e d   S T R A I G H T   b o u r b o n•   B o u r b o n   l a b e l e d   S t r a i g h t   m u s t   l a b e l   i t s   a g e   i f   l e s s   t h a n   4   y e a r s•   L a b e l e d   a g e   m u s t   b e   t h e   y o u n g e s t   b o u r b o n   i n   t h e   m i xFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 140. LEGAL  DEFINITIONLEGAL  DEFINITION•   M u s t   b e   a   U S   p r o d u c t•   M u s t   b e   5 1 % +   c o r n•   A g e d -­‐ a t   l e a s t   b r i e f l y -­‐ i n   n e w   A m e r i c a n   o a k•   D i s t i l l e d   t o   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 6 0   p r o o f•   I n t r o d u c e d   t o   o a k   a t   n o   m o r e   t h a n   1 2 5   p r o o f•   B o t t l e d   a t   n o   l e s s   t h a n   8 0   p r o o fAGING  &  LABELING•   B o u r b o n   m e e t i n g   t h e   a b o v e   r e q u i r e m e n t s   a n d   a g e d   2   y e a r s ,   m a y   b e  c a l l e d   S T R A I G H T   b o u r b o n•   B o u r b o n   l a b e l e d   S t r a i g h t   m u s t   l a b e l   i t s   a g e   i f   l e s s   t h a n   4   y e a r s•   L a b e l e d   a g e   m u s t   b e   t h e   y o u n g e s t   b o u r b o n   i n   t h e   m i x•   B l e n d e d   b o u r b o n s   m a y   h a v e   a r t i f i c i a l   c o l o r i n g   &   f l a v o r s  Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 141. INTERNATIONAL  PERSPECTIVEFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 142. INTERNATIONAL  PERSPECTIVEINTERNATIONAL  WHISKEYA l l   b o u r b o n   i s   w h i s k e yN o t   a l l   w h i s k e y   i s   b o u r b o nFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 143. LOCALIZATION  /  HISTORYFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 144. LOCALIZATION  /  HISTORYBourbon  gets  its  name  from  Bourbon  County,  KYFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 145. LOCALIZATION  /  HISTORYBourbon  gets  its  name  from  Bourbon  County,  KYHowever,  no  Bourbon  is  currently  made  in  Bourbon  County,  due  to  the  redrawing  of  county  lines  over  timeFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 146. LOCALIZATION  /  HISTORYBourbon  gets  its  name  from  Bourbon  County,  KYHowever,  no  Bourbon  is  currently  made  in  Bourbon  County,  due  to  the  redrawing  of  county  lines  over  timeIn  1964,  Congress  recognized  BourbonFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 147. LOCALIZATION  /  HISTORYBourbon  gets  its  name  from  Bourbon  County,  KYHowever,  no  Bourbon  is  currently  made  in  Bourbon  County,  due  to  the  redrawing  of  county  lines  over  timeIn  1964,  Congress  recognized  Bourbonas  a  distinct  cultural  productFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 148. AGINGFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 149. AGINGAll  American  Whiskey  is  aged  in  charred  new  American  oak.Can  be  aged  for  a  short  period  of  time  (Hudson  Whiskeys)  or  a  longer  period  (Pappy  Van  Winkle  23  year)Oak  barrels  are  often  resold  to  Tequila,  Rum  or  Scotch  whisky  makers.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 150. MASH  BILLFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 151. MASH  BILLMash  bill  is  a  top  secret  for  master  distillers.Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 152. MASH  BILLMash  bill  is  a  top  secret  for  master  distillers.Generally,  most  bourbons  are  about  60-­‐70%  cornFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 153. MASH  BILLMash  bill  is  a  top  secret  for  master  distillers.Generally,  most  bourbons  are  about  60-­‐70%  cornRye  Whiskeys  must  be  51%+  RyeFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 154. MASH  BILLMash  bill  is  a  top  secret  for  master  distillers.Generally,  most  bourbons  are  about  60-­‐70%  cornRye  Whiskeys  must  be  51%+  RyeCorn  Whiskeys  must  be  80%+  CornFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 155. MASH  BILLMash  bill  is  a  top  secret  for  master  distillers.Generally,  most  bourbons  are  about  60-­‐70%  cornRye  Whiskeys  must  be  51%+  RyeCorn  Whiskeys  must  be  80%+  CornRemaining  grains  can  be  anything  elseFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 156. Canadian WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 157. ✴Made in CanadaCanadian WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 158. ✴Made in Canada✴Made from blends of different grainsCanadian WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 159. ✴Made in Canada✴Made from blends of different grains✴Rye, Corn and Malted BarleyCanadian WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 160. ✴Made in Canada✴Made from blends of different grains✴Rye, Corn and Malted Barley✴They have a reputation of being the lightest ofall classic whiskies.Canadian WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 161. ✴Made in Canada✴Made from blends of different grains✴Rye, Corn and Malted Barley✴They have a reputation of being the lightest ofall classic whiskies.✴Famous Brands – Canadian Club and CrownRoyalCanadian WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 162. Indian WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 163. ✴ Made in IndiaIndian WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 164. ✴ Made in India✴ Made from variousdistilled spirits frompredominantly molassesbut nowadays barleymalt is also used.Indian WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 165. ✴ Made in India✴ Made from variousdistilled spirits frompredominantly molassesbut nowadays barleymalt is also used.✴ Some of the famousIndian whiskies are :Royal Challenge,Bagpiper, AntiquityIndian WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 166. Japanese WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 167. ✴Made in JapanJapanese WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 168. ✴Made in Japan✴Japanese - Whisky production in Japanbegan around 1870, but the first commercialproduction was in 1924 upon the opening of thecountrys first distillery, Yamazaki. Broadlyspeaking the style of Japanese whisky is moresimilar to that of Scotch whisky than Irishwhiskey, and thus the spelling typically followsthe Scottish convention (omitting the letter "e")Japanese WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 169. What do we serve??Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 170. What do we serve??✴ Scotch WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 171. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 172. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 173. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 174. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 175. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 176. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 177. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 178. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 179. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 180. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 181. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 182. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 183. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 184. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 185. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 186. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 187. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 188. What do we serve??✴ Scotch Whisky✴ Irish Whiskey✴ American Whiskey✴Canadian Whiskey✴ Indian Whisky✴ Japanese WhiskyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 189. Service of WhiskeyFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 190. Small or Large Rock’s Glass?Neat or Rocks?Press?Mixer?Cocktails?Service of WhiskeyTiming>>5yr10yr12yr15yr+15yrAperitif Contemplative Digestif50-150% 25-50% -50 % 25 % 1-10%- 10-25% 1-10%- 10 % 1-10%- - 1 %recommended water ratio(100% = 1:1)everyone has a way, no one way is best, but it can be recommended like any part of the meal.Where do youstart?Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 191. Classic Whiskey Cocktails...Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 192. • No married man is genuinely happy if he has to drink worsewhisky than he used to drink when he was single. ~ H. L. MenckenFriday, 19 April, 13
  • 193. A woman drove me to drink…I didn’teven have the courtesy to thank her!Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 194. “Too much of anything is bad, but toomuch of good whiskey is barelyenough.”Friday, 19 April, 13
  • 195. Testing, Testing!What is the difference between Scotch and Irish Whiskey?What makes an american whiskey a Bourbon?What makes Whiskey a “Sour Mash”?What 2 Canadian Whiskeys do we have?What is a Single Malt?What is the #1 producer of Vanilla Flavouring?Every Makers Mark Bottle is hand dipped? T/F??What is the most classic Whiskey cocktail known in the West?Irish Whiskey is distinctly heavier than other whiskeys?Which Asian Country has been making whiskey since the turn of the century?Friday, 19 April, 13