Time has never been better for alcohol lovers, and it’s even better if you enjoy a good sip of whiskey. No one can argue over the fact that nothing beats a fine glass of whiskey in the time of celebration or when you are reminiscing your old memories.
What better way to enjoy Clase Azul Reposado Tequila alongside taking care of your heart. Whiskey has high levels of plant-based antioxidants linked with lowering your risk of heart disease.
Let’s discuss some top whiskeys around the world you should never miss out.
Clase Azul Reposado Tequila
Clase Azul Reposado is one of the finest quality whiskeys prepared with the crux of weber blue agave. Stewed in a conventional stone oven for a minimum 72 hours until the Agave gets a rich yet deep flavour. Then it is fermented and once the distillation process is finished, kept in oak barrels for 8 months.
After an extensive process, this ultra-premium tequila gets its acclaimed smooth creamy taste that you can enjoy in each sip you take. This Mexican beverage’s traditional values are portrayed in its gracefully designed bottles.
Macallan 12 Year Double Cask
Macallan roots go back to 1824, making it one of the most trusted whisky distillers in the world. An accessible drink, both for your pocket and pallet, yet complex and rich in taste.
Hailing from the Highland region of Scotland, it’s known for being partial to a sweet note. Released as part of Macallan’s glorious Sherry Oak range comes this 12 Year Old. It has spent its entire maturation in sherry-seasoned oak casks from Jerez, and is rife with all those hallmark dried fruits and marmalade notes we’ve come to love from a sherried Macallan.
This fine Glenmorangie was created after mixing whiskies produced from two unique types of malted barley: a single estate Cadboll variety and malted chocolate barley.
You really can’t make a mistake with a bottle of Glenmorangie. This is a leading light and for a reason: the brand knows what works best and sticks by it. The distillery’s successful recipes have changed only slightly over the course of two centuries and is a persistent winner.
Oban Distillers Edition Single Malt
A popular choice for whisky novices and experts alike, Oban. Coming as a small distillery from the Scottish Highlands, Oban awards classic ‘coastal-yet-sweet’ essence that have seized the hearts of whisky lovers.
It is a great sipping Scotch whisky that is finished in Fino sherry casks, which heightens the sweetness of the spirit. It’s a must-try from the brand, additional bonus being the relatively low price tag.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label
The Blue Label, the brand’s most prestigious blended whisky, comes on the higher side of price point that’s more than worthy of the flavours to follow. Johnnie Walker is the brand behind the most popular, vastly consumed, and best-selling Scotch whisky in the world.
Known for its velvety whisky, Blue Label lovers enjoy flavours like sandalwood, hazelnut, toasted oak, and tobacco while drinking it neat, concluding it the best modern whisky brands out there.
The Singleton Of Dufftown 54 Year Old
An extremely rare whisky with a limited 235 bottles, the Singleton Of Dufftown 54 Year Old makes for the ultimate collectors’ bottle. If you are expecting an ultra light and surprisingly lively body for a whisky of this age, with a perfect portion of sweetness and fruity notes of dried figs in the beginning, quickly followed by peppery spices, then this whiskey is just for you. The finish is long and warm and makes for an ideal companion on long winter nights.
Glenfiddich 21 Year Gran Reserva
We agree that all whisky newbies should all try a top-shelf bottle, to get the ins and outs of whisky. Glenfiddich 21 Year Gran Reserva is just the way to that.
Its maturity is levelled down, letting you drown in the whisky’s elegant subtleties. The single malt mingled with Caribbean rum casks, fused with unique hints of banana, spicy toffee, and other fruits.
If you’re also a whiskey devotee, then you probably know that a 21-year bottle of Glenfiddich is a one good choice you won’t regret.
In the popular words of Mark Twain, “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whisky is barely enough”, so pick up one of these as a nice gift for any fellow whisky lovers, or tuck away for special occasions if you have the self-control to do so.