A Scottish distillery is reviving a centuries-old recipe for whiskey so strong that one 17th-century writer feared more than two spoonfuls could be lethal. Risk- taking whisky connoisseurs will have to wait, however - the sprit will not be ready for a least 10 years. The Bruichladdich distillery on the Isle of Islay, of Scotland's west coast,is producing the quadruple-distilled 184-proof - or 92 percent alcohol-sprit. "purely for fun" managing director Mark Reynier said. Whisky usually is distilled twice and has an alcohol content of between 40 and 63.5 percent.
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curmudgeon schrieb:
I really wonder how often this will pop up over the next few weeks... I read about it in almost _every_ newspaper, one of the biggest German ones (Sueddeutsche Zeitung) even had an editorial on Bruichladdich. Seems stuff like high-proof single malt is still something non-whisky-persons are astonished about (can't blame them, I shudder everytime I think of non-discriptive vodka...)
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In article , n snipped-for-privacy@pacbell.net says...
The local product!
I live about two miles from Tito's "Mockingbird" distillery.
I once tasted several vodkas as one would a whisky: in a glass at room temperature. None of them tasted good that way, of course, but Tito's tasted better than any other. Surely a tribute to the spirits smooth character.
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