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bourbon-of-the-month club

Scotch is a type of whisky that is made in Scotland. It is made from barley, water, and yeast, and typically aged in oak barrels for at least three years. There are several different regions in Scotland that produce scotch, each with its own distinct style and flavor profile. The most well-known regions are Islay, known for its smoky and peaty whiskies, and Speyside, known for its rich and fruity whiskies.

Each month, you'll get to try a different type of scotch, from smoky and peaty Islay whiskies to rich and fruity Speyside whiskies. You'll also
learn about the unique flavors and aromas of each scotch, and how to best enjoy them. Overall, scotch is a flavorful and distinct spirit with a rich history and tradition. It is a beloved drink that is enjoyed by whisky aficionados and cocktail enthusiasts alike.

Our tasting notes will provide you with all the information you need to fully appreciate the nuances of each scotch, from the type of barley used to the aging process and the specific flavors and aromas to expect. And with the included cocktail recipe, you'll be able to enjoy your scotch in the most delicious and creative ways possible.