Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Richard Paterson "The Nose!" & appreciating The Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve

What is a dram?

A dram technically speaking is really no more than a teaspoon of Scotch. To be more precise it’s 1/8 of a fluid ounce. Now chances are when you’re at the pub and ask for a dram you’re going to get a full ounce of Scotch. Heck, if you’re a guest in my home it may be closer to two. The meaning of the word dram has taken on a casual tone. In most respects it’s no longer just the teaspoon, but has become the globally popular way to simply refer to a “glass of whisky”. Courtesy : Scotch Whisky 101 - A Beginners Guide — Gentleman's Gazette

When it comes to Scotch, I typically don’t like to provide tasting notes with my recommendations as the flavor profile and aroma can differ slightly for each person. However, since this is likely your first introduction to Scotch, I’ll try and provide a basic description of what you can expect from the aforementioned bottles

Part of a series prepared for Ginger Claps Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve Scotch Blogging experience!!!  

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