Our first whisky evening was a real trip across Scotland: Lowlands and Highlands, Isle of Islay, Isle of Arran, accompanied by salmon tartare, salmon rillettes, half cooked salmon on one side and smoked salmon on toast.
My favorite whisky of the evening? It is John Paul, the Indian whisky with the flavors of chocolate, caramel, also good in the mouth by its softness and velvet that sweet in taste.
Vintage Auchentoshan 1997, 15 years of age, is a Scottish Lowlands single malt, appreciated by women because of its sweet taste with hints of vanilla.
Bruichladdich, Islay single malt with notes of citrus and spice, is woody and much evolving in the glass. To be discovered by the whisky lovers.
Caol Ila, Isle of Islay, which was awarded the silver medal at the International Wine & Spirit Competition of 2013, has surprised us with its leather aromas and very peaty and iodine taste.
The distillerrie of Arran, known for its wide selection of ‘ cask finish’ whiskies, offers this single malt of 50°