Tried Famous GrouseVisited a distilleryTried GlenmorangiePut whisky in your coffeeTried ArdbegBought a whisky-based cocktailVia de.wikipedia.orgAttended a whisky tastingTried The BalvenieEaten food with whisky sauceVia en.wikipedia.orgDrunk whisky from a hipflaskVia scotlandshop.comTried GlenfiddichTried AuchentoshanTried The MacallanBought a whisky bookTried Johnnie Walker Black LabelTried Johnnie Walker Red LabelUsed a Glencairn glassVia ebay.co.ukTried BowmoreTried Bell'sEaten whisky fudgeTried Chivas RegalEaten whisky-filled chocolateVia htfw.comTried J&BUsed whisky stonesTried Grant'sVia grantswhisky.comTried AberlourGot a whisky gift set as a presentTried LaphroaigTried LagavulinWore a whisky T-shirtVia Amazon.comTried Teacher'sVia lcbo.comEaten whisky-flavoured cheeseTried BruichladdichTried The DalmoreSampled whisky-flavoured teaVia whittard.co.ukTried GlenlivetBought whisky-flavoured beerVia Tennents.comTried Monkey ShoulderTried Highland ParkBought whisky-flavoured coffeeVia cherizena.co.ukEaten whisky-flavoured crispsVia Mackies.co.ukTried Talisker
How Big A Scotch Whisky Fan Are You?
Whisky really isn't your drink, although you'll give it a try once in a while. You don't think it's terrible, but some varieties do taste a little bit like disinfectant, to be fair.
It might not be your favourite drink of all time, but you certainly know your Laphroaig from your Lagavulin and you treat whisky with the respect it truly deserves. Well done!
You live, breathe, sleep, and (literally) eat whisky. You know more about it than most distillery owners and can tell the difference between a Bruichladdich and Bowmore at 20 paces. Sláinte!