Scotland, It has to be said, is an alluring place and we'd expect nothing less than their products to have equal beauty. Their poety and philosophy will only go so far into the Scotch Whisky Business but we can't help but find beauty in the saying "Today's rain is tomorrows whisky"
Now, Whilst we love that saying, it makes creating a perfect whisky sound all too simple, when in reality it isn't! its become its own skill and its own art form. So unless the rain is willing to go through that alchemical process before it falls to the ground in scotland we can't really fully appreciate the thought that goes into making a fine whisky. Especially not something like Ben Bracken Whisky.
The Ben Bracken Whisky you're currently looking at is the 22 Yea
Protect your bottles from direct light. Exposure to a lot of light—especially sunlight—sets off chemical reactions that will both discolor your whiskey and affect its flavor. Keep your whiskey in a dark area, such as a wine cellar, cupboard, box, or darkened pantry.
If you are a collector or retailer interested in showing off your bottles, keep in mind that exposure to direct sunlight will also cause the label to fade.
If you must show off your whiskey some place where it will be exposed to light, consider placing it behind a window with a UV-blocking coating.
2, Keep your bottles in a place with cool, stable temperatures. Temperature fluctuations, and especially expos