Scotch whisky brand Ballantine’s has unveiled its latest offering: Ballantine’s 7 American Barrel. The new whisky is a combination of single malt and single grain whiskies that have been matured in oak casks for at least seven years, then finished in charred American barrels from Kentucky.

 

Scotch whisky brand Ballantine’s has unveiled its latest offering: Ballantine’s 7 American Barrel.  The new expression from the Pernod Ricard-owned brand blends Scottish and American traditions to deliver a whisky with depth and a touch of sweetness.

 

We’re not here to judge anyone for their preferred method of enjoying single malt whiskey. We all have our own preferences and what’s important is that you enjoy the experience in whichever way that brings you the most pleasure. It’s especially tough to go wrong when you have a bottle of single malt from Loch Lomond Whiskies

 

As the ninth-largest whisky market in the world, South Africa imports 42 million bottles of Scotch whisky every year. Strict global regulations on Scotch production prevent distillers from cutting corners with their craft, ensuring a premium standard and taste are maintained across the international stage.

 

Irish or not, St Patrick’s Day is a big celebration for a lot of people. And like most celebrations, that means drinks. Even better – it means themed drinks. Whether you like fancy cocktails or you like to keep things simple and old fashioned (or whether you just like an Old Fashioned cocktail), there’s something for everybody. In fact, there’s plenty of choice and no need for two people to be drinking the same thing – unless they want to, of course.

 

There is nothing better than drinking your favorite drink while playing your favorite casino game. When gambling at the most reputable casinos, you can find a wide variety of different drink choices, ranging from regular coffee to strong alcoholic drinks like whiskey and cocktails. However, since there are many options available, players can sometimes find it hard to decide what to order. 

 

If you have ever been to events such as a wedding, a work office party or a BBQ, you may have noticed that there seem to be alcoholic drinks that are more popularly served at each of them. This is no coincidence!

 

In the nineties, only around 15% of whiskey drinkers were female. That number has changed as more women are discovering a taste for a drink that has traditionally often been seen as the preserve of males. Now, the ratio for female/male whiskey drinkers is closer to 40/60. And the demand for whiskey is growing.

 

People have been producing and drinking whisky for thousands of years. Irish and Scotch whisky are types of whiskey, so which is better? They’re both delicious in their own right, but this article will explore the differences between the two to help you decide which one you prefer. 

 

Alcohol is the one substance that has been consumed by nearly all adults, especially men. According to the World Health Organization, over 2.3 billion people globally are current drinkers. Also, a study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) shows that in 2019, over 139 million people in the age range of 12 years and above consumed alcohol the previous months.