Whether you’re looking for a cocktail to drink after work, with dinner, or just for a casual scotch and binge session, whiskey could be it. As previously stated, not all whiskies are suitable for everyday use, particularly on weekdays when you march from one exhausting day to the next. To help you gulp down your food, de-stress from work, or simply relax, you want something smooth, light, a touch buzzy, and great in taste.

1. Glenmorangie The Original (10-year-old)

The original Glenmorangie10-year-old was noted for its mellow tones and delicacy of flavour when it was first introduced by the creators more than 175 years ago. The Original is the backbone of the Glenmorangie line, expressing its refined essence. It’s double-distilled in Scotland’s tallest stills, yielding delicate layers of citrus and floral flavours.

2. Ardbeg 10 year old

Ardbeg10-year-old is regarded as the peatiest, smokiest, and most complex single malt in the world. However, the peat does not overpower the natural sweetness of the malt, resulting in a whisky of perfect balance. Black pepper pops with sizzling cinnamon-spiced toffee, and peat effervesces with tangy lemon and lime juice. The brine is then followed by a wave of smooth buttermilk, luscious bananas, and currants. Smoke fills the lips, followed by a mouthful of warm creamy cappuccino and toasted marshmallows, offering a single malt scotch unlike any other.

3. Jameson Black Barrel

Charring is a time-honoured method of energising and improving the flavour of barrels. Jameson Black Barrel is a tribute to the coopers who burn their bourbon barrels to reveal their extraordinary depth and complexity. The period spent ageing in these barrels brings up aromas of butterscotch, fudge, and creamy toffee. The first glints on the tongue reveal nutty smells, as well as a velvety sweetness of spice and vanilla.

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