Votre deuxième affiche à -50% avec le code
Best Whiskies in the World, sorted by type and main flavors
Imagine yourself sitting comfortably in an armchair. Music muted, cozy atmosphere. In your hand, a glass of whiskey with golden highlights.
Yes, but what whiskey? Where is it from ? How was it made? How to describe its aromas?
You will find in this poster the best whiskies in the world, discover their aromatic profile (fruity, sweet, smoky, peaty …) and their type: single malt, bourbon, blend …
Everyone talks about Lagavulin Whiskey, but do you know which countries and regions it comes from or what are its main aromatic characteristics?
What to choose when you like fruity and woody whiskey?
What are the best American bourbons?
Find the best Whiskeys from Scotland, Ireland, Japan and the United States, their aromatic profile and their type at a glance with this poster of the best brands of whiskey in the world.
The ideal guide to show off in the evenings with friends, or to choose what to enjoy by the fire. And you’ll finally know whether to say “Whisky” or “Whiskey”!
This poster is available in French and English.
The mystery surrounding whisky lies in the uncertainty of its past: the origins of whisky remain something of a controversy between the Irish and Scottish. We only know for sure that the oldest reference to whisky occurs in 1494 in a document in Scotland.
In this poster you will discover the main types of Whiskey and how they are made:
- Single Malt
- Single Grain
- Blended Malt
- Blended Grain
- Pot Still
- American Whiskey
- Wheat Whisky
- Corn Whisky
- Rye Whisky
- Grain Whisky
- Scotch Whisky
We have also sorted the best whisky in the world by aromatic profile / main flavors :
You’ll find the best whiskies like Aberlour, Glen Grant, Glenfiddich, Grant’s, Macallan, Monkey Shoudler, Dalmore, Glenmorangie, Talisker, Jura, Lagavulin, Laphroaig, Peat Monster, Chival Regal, Nikka, Chichibu, Jameson, Kilbeggan, Tullamore, but also the famous bourbons : Jack Daniel’s, Four Roses, Pappy Van Winkle, Woodford and many more.
I will end with a word from Ernest Hemingway:
“Never Delay Kissing A Pretty Girl or Opening A Bottle of Whiskey”.
– Ernest Hemingway
30cm x 40cm
matte coated paper 250g/m²
Poster delivered without frame
in average 3 to 6 working days