Everybody knows how to attend a wine tasting: You stand there, sip, murmur thoughtfully, sip, nod expansively, sip, agree with whatever the hell people seem to be saying, swipe a bottle, and get the hell out. A whisky tasting is different, because the whisky industry, unlike the wine industry, hasn't tried to bury the drinker under a barrage of bottles, vintages, blends, varieties, notes, aromas, and wine snobs and criminals, all of which cause the average drinker to feel there is a conspiracy of grapes going on, which... More >>>