Single Malt Whisky is an exciting and incredible drink. I never get tired of tasting new drams and surprisingly ( at least for me ) most of them are quite different of each other. But one of the things people loves more about malt whisky is how it looks on the glass: the color of whisky.
Color is usually a by-product of the years spent in the cask, and other times just the result of the distiller adding caramel to the whisky to get “a single color through batches”. So…
What whisky do you think it is the oldest?
What whisky do you think it is the most expensive?
What whisky do you think it is the youngest?
Do you dare guessing any of them?
Read the solution on this very same page as soon as I return from The Whisky Exchange Whisky Show. And just after that, A Wardrobe of Whisky will turn 3, so stay tuned for a chance of winning a £100-worth bottle of whisky.