FHR World Whisky Tour

Need to wind down after a long day? Well, relax and sit back, at FHR we have happy hour covered as we explore famous whiskies from around the world.

Jack Daniel’s Old No.7 Whiskey, Tennessee

jack-danielsJack and coke anyone? This American classic is produced by the Jack Daniel’s distillery in Tennessee where it has become a recognisable and much-loved beverage all around the world. Famously filtered through stacks of sugar maple charcoal at the distillery, this whiskey offers the mix of a sweet vanilla scent with a smooth yet smokey taste, exciting drinkers with a hint of spice, adding an enjoyable, fiery kick to the drinking experience.

Spirit of Hven Tycho’s Star, Sweden

This Swedish distillery creates luxurious whiskies that are exquisite in taste with packaging that is just as impressive. Barley grown on the island is used when creating the delightful tastes of their single malt whiskies. The spirt of Hvens ‘Tycho’s star’ is just one of the distillery’s collection that offers a taste sensation. If the subtle, spicy chocolate scent of this whisky does not awaken your senses then the peppery, ginger taste with a fruity twist certainly will; this enjoyable flavoursome treat has the perfect punch.

Bowmore Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old, Scotland

bowmoreThe beautiful island of Islay off the West Coast of Scotland is the home of Bowmore distillery. Famous for their whiskies’ warm rich tones, their 12-year-old single malt scotch whisky has become a popular choice for many. Its fresh, zesty scent, deliciously smokey honey infused flavour is a truly classic taste that will leave your taste buds tingling.

Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky, India

The Amrut Indian single Malt Whisky is made using barley grown and selected from North West India. The infusion of barley is strong from fragrance to the palate and is a key component within the tasting experience. Alongside the barley is a sweet, nutty aroma with a rich and creamy yet sugary taste.

Bain’s Cape Mountain Grain Whisky, South Africa

whiskyWho needs dessert when you have the sweet treat of Bain’s Cape Mountain Grain, single grain whisky? This warm, golden yellow beverage is a delectable treat, first hitting you with a sugary vanilla scent, then reaching the palate with a creamy blend of warming spices, syrup and ginger. No wonder it is an award winner for liquor enthusiasts.

Nothing beats drinking a local whisky where it’s made. Where will your whisky-tasting tour take you?

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Graham Greenaway

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Graham Greenaway has worked in the family business since 1994. Having taken a break to attend University in Hertfordshire, Graham returned to FHR after graduating and became involved with creating the first version of the company website and later moved on to manage the on-line Marketing side of the business as well as the Web Development team. Away from FHR, Graham enjoys visiting the gym and socialising with friends. Follow Graham on Twitter

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