Tasting and drinking whiskey is an art form, just like how tasting and drinking wine should be.
I bet most of you don’t know the start of how to taste whiskey and just neck that shit back so it seeps into your virgin blood as quickly as possible. Now there’s nothing wrong with that, and we’ve all done it, but maybe this year while you’re amongst the family at your post-christmas dinner chillout in Grandma’s living room and your uncle cracks open his bottle of whiskey that he’s just received from a loving family member, when he pours your glass you can teach the rest of the group how whiskey is meant to be tasted and appreciated, gaining instant kudos and respect from your adoring fam.
Do you add water to whiskey? Do you add ice to whiskey? How do the smell whiskey? What the frick does ’22 year old’ actually mean on a whiskey bottle? This video of a half cut whiskey blender chatting in his true whiskey accent will answer all those questions: