How to taste single-malt whisky: a guide to colours, aromas and cask flavours
FT drinks writer and spirits expert Alice Lascelles shows you how to appreciate single-malt whisky.
Made by distilleries around Scotland and further afield in places such as Japan, single-malt whisky can have a wealth of flavour - evoking the wood from the casks they are aged in, and showing off notes of peat, chocolate and smoke.
Learn how to serve single-malt whisky to make the most of its finer points, from the right glassware to the addition of water and serving suggestions.
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