Bottled Resolutions: Five Spirits and Liqueurs to Try in 2013
When rolling out your New Year’s resolutions, get past the usual suspects. Sure, losing a few pounds or deciding to read more Dickens is an honorable idea. But a resolution you may actually keep is trying more intriguing spirits and liqueurs, especially if you begin with these five:
Speyburn Single Malt Scotch
Sometimes single malt Scotches get a reputation as unapproachable. Speyburn 10-year-old single malt can help dispel this fable; it’s ideal for both single malt mavens and nervous Scotch newbies, with a light-bodied amiability highlighted by vanilla, oak, apricot, and spice. The key is water from the Granty Burn, a River Spey tributary known for its pureness and good salmon. Speyburn is a wonderful choice for Washingtonians who might just take a bottle with them to have a glass from after a day of fishing or hiking (or working in an office, even).
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Speyburn Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky was first distilled on the 15th December 1897, the diamond jubilee year of Queen Victoria. To ensure that whisky was made in the jubilee year, men worked through the night in a heavy snowstorm in a still-house without windows, managing to bond one single barrel of 1897 Speyburn. Today, Speyburn continues to use the time-honored traditional distillation methods that created the single barrel of the 1897 vintage. Many of the original distillery fittings remain, and are still used, in this very traditional Malt Whisky distillery.
About International Beverage
Speyburn is produced by International Beverage Holdings, Limited. (www.interbevgroup.com) IBHL was established in 2005, as the international arm of ThaiBev, one of South East Asia’s leading alcohol beverage companies. With a network of regional offices in Asia, Europe and North America, the company is responsible for the production, sales, marketing and distribution of a portfolio of premium global brands in more than 80 countries and territories. The company’s success is built on a strong understanding of local cultures and markets along with the creation of a global operational network.