Visit Aberlour distillery in beautiful Speyside. Take a tour of the production facilities and enjoy Aberlour sherried, full-bodied malts.
The dream come true: Dream Whisky and its first selections
It’s been almost a year since Whiskydo started following Federico and Marco in their new adventure… and things are starting to get more exciting than ever. With loads of projects going on and an ever growing urge to innovate and impress, Dream whisky is definitely one to keep your eye on.
Tips for your whiskey tour to Ireland
So you like Irish whiskey and you want to go and see where the stuff is made? The cold, hard truth, my dear friend, is you’re becoming a whiskey enthusiast. And that’s what we all are at Whiskydo. Before leaving for your whiskey tour of Ireland, be sure to check out our 10 tips!
Getting ready for the Whisky Revolution Festival
Now at its 2nd edition, the Whisky Revolution Festival is challenging stereotypes in whisky drinking while innovating the world of fine malts. On the 19th and 20th October 2019, the italian wine-drinking countryside of Veneto will welcome whisky as its special guest.
“I am a Craft Worker, therefore I am”
Craig Field, also known as Crafty, Australian independent bottler and distiller at Craft Works Distillery in Capertee, New South Wales, gives us an overview of how whisky things are going down in Australia. Creativity, passion and dedication is what we see and a bright future ahead.
Glasgow Whisky Festival
We’re very proud to start our interview series with Julie Hamilton, founding member of Glasgow’s whisky club and director at Glasgow whisky festival together with Mark Connelly and Paul McDonagh. The festival stands now as a landmark in the whisky event world: may these words be a true inspiration for anyone embarking on his whisky journey right now!
The Italian way to Irish Whiskey
Irish whiskey is the fastest growing and most exciting spirits category in the world. The main markets for Irish whiskey are the US, Canada, Russia and France. New markets are emerging in Asia and Eastern Europe. The EU is a smaller market but its need for premium products should not be underestimated. Italy’s Beppe Durante is working hard to promote the Irish whiskey category in his home country.