Booze Banter

Whisk(e)y News Flash: Hear Our Booze Infused Banter On This Month’s WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings!

A few of the whiskies that we sampled during our Podcast taping session.

The “Regrettably Dry Town” of Haddonfield, NJ – On Thursday, July 5th, The Wookie, Limpd, and I (unfortunately, The ROK was unable to make it) headed over to WhiskyCast Central, i.e. Mark Gillespie’s home in Haddonfield, NJ, to tape an episode of the WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings. This would be my second Virtual Tastings experience (I participated in the first episode last July), and the first for The Wookie and Limpd. During this recording session, we nosed, tasted, and discussed four very different whiskies: Dry Fly 100% Wheat Whiskey, Yellow Spot Irish Whisky, Kilchoman Machir Bay, and Talisker 30.

Rather than bore you with all of the details from our night at WhiskyCast Central, I will instead point you in the direction of the actual podcast. You can either listen to the podcast online, or download it via iTunes.

Do we know what we’re talking about, or are we a bunch of blithering idiots that wouldn’t know a whisk(e)y from a bottle of rubbing alcohol? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Thanks again to Mark Gillespie of WhiskyCast. We had a fabulous time!

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  1. NICE Tun 1401 Batch 2!!!! What did you think? What’s the other Balvenie bottle sitting there? Can’t wait to listen & here your thoughts on those lovely Irish Whiskies too … very cool!


    • Yo WW!

      The Tun 1401 and the Rum Cask 17 were “parting gifts” for Limpd and The Wookie respectively since it was there first Virtual Tasting experience. They might share. Or they might not. We shall see! I am sooooo curious about the Tun 1401. The buzz has been tremendous!

      As far as the podcast, please report back and let us know what you think. At the very least, I hope we were entertaining. We were definitely entertained!



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