"There is still a sneering attitude in some quarters that, if it is not made in Scotland, then somehow it is not proper whisky.
"I don't think the Scots have a lot to be complacent about at the moment in terms of whisky. While the best is still exceptional, there is a lot of Scotch whisky out there which is really not good at all."
Monday, November 30, 2009
• Jim Murray, author of the United Kingdom's renowned Whisky Bible, ruffled a lot of feathers with some comments he made while releasing the 2010 edition of his guide, the top-selling such publication in the UK. His top pick was Sazerac 18 Year Old, a Kentucky rye.
Posted by William M. Dowd at 3:19 PM