Whiskey Tasting in Berlin
- Sample 5 whiskies
- Palate-cleansing snacks
- Whiskey expert
- Whiskey facts
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- Meet your whiskey expert
- He'll introduce you to the drinks
- Teach you the correct way to taste whiskey
- And tell you lots of whiskey facts
- Then, it's time to get sampling
- With snacks to cleanse your palate
Learn how to drink whiskey properly. A friendly guide will teach you the secret of sampling whiskey like you know what you're doing so you get the full flavour. This fantastic session is ideal for stags who enjoy the odd drink (or three).
The expert will introduce you to different types of whiskey and tell you how to spot the differences. You'll also learn how to sample it like an expert, the correct way to pour and, importantly, whether you should or shouldn't add anything to it when drinking.
You'll sample 5 different whiskies with snacks in between to help cleanse your palate. This is the perfect activity for cool, classy stags who appreciate the finer things in life.
Weird Whiskey facts
The Canadian and Danish armed forces regularly visit Hans island - a disputed territory between both countries, where they remove the other country's flag and leave a bottle of Danish schnapps or Canadian whiskey
If it's brewed in Scotland, it's spelt whisky (without the 'e'). Everywhere else, it's 'whiskey'.
Scotch only refers to Scottish whisky.
According to experts, the best way to sample whiskey is with a drop of water (not ice). Neat whiskey is too strong to really appreciate the flavour.
In 1707 when the British government started taxing whisky, the number of illegal distilleries shot up. It's believed there were more than 400 in Edinburgh alone.
Whiskey comes from the Gaelic 'uisce beatha' which means 'water of life'.
During the fermentation process, 2 4% of whiskey evaporates through the barrel. This is known as 'the angel's share'.
Jack Daniels is a Tennessee whiskey, not a bourbon as many mistakenly believe.
If you really want to crank up the carnage on the groom's big weekend, why not swap out the whiskey for a spot of absinthe tasting? It's less refined but will certainly get the boys fuelled up and ready to party.
If you think you know what you want to do, send us your Berlin enquiry and we'll get to work building your big weekend.
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