Christmas season is here and there’s no better excuse to buy a loved one a nice bottle of scotch so they can share it with you.
Or heck, maybe you’re the type who hosts Christmas parties. In that case you’ll need a nice bottle of whisky on hand for your guests.
But what’s the difference between a 12-year-old bottle of whisky and a 50-year-old bottle?
And what exactly happens in that barrel as the decades go by?
Cocktails and spirits writer Camper English shared a few secrets with Jon McComb.
LISTEN to the full interview with Camper English here:
If you’re a fan of Nick Offerman, you might also enjoy playing this Youtube video in the background as you sip on your own favourite scotch.
“Enjoy 45 minutes of uninterrupted Lagavulin™ Single Malt Scotch Whisky-drinking bliss with Nick Offerman by the Yule Log Fireplace… and you don’t even need to exchange words.”