K-F-018 Whisky in the Jar @ Glenmorangie

Diese Folge ist ausnahmsweise in Englisch!

Part 1: Haggis Celebration

Part 2: Interview with Dr. Bill Lumsden 

  • Director of Distilling, Whisky-Creation and Whisky Stocks
  • Dr. Bill Develop new products
  • Projects can 20 years
  • The cask finishes of Glenmorangie – The Art of Maturing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsHDpMquLjQ
  • Special 1963 – Extremly Rarety – Pionieriring = first cask finishes ever
  • Whisky & Food
  • Pierre Gagnaire, Paris http://www.pierre-gagnaire.com
  • Alejandro Sánchez, Spain
  • Ardbeg whisky http://www.ardbeg.com
  • Foie gras, scallops or Shrimp good with Glenmorangie
  • Cooking with whisky
  • Mouse au Chocolate with Ardbeg http://www.kuechenjunge.com/2011/12/06/zartbitter-schokoladen-whisky-mousse-mit-johannis-und-heidelbeeren/
  • Glenmorangie Signet Whisky with Desserts http://de.glenmorangie.com/our-whiskies/signet
  • Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban is fine with venison – But won’t work with a salad
  • Carpaccio of scallop, salmon raw with rocksalt and Foie Gras flavoured ice cream with Glenmorangie Original from Alejandro Sánchez, Spain
  • Ardbeg 10 year old Whisky with old Parmigiano
  • Dr. Bill Lumsden in the kitchen with some Whisky: Glenmorangie Original, 2-3 rocks of ice, Ginger Ale and a fresh quise of lime juice

Part 3: 1963 Whiskey tasting

  • 18 year old – extremly rare http://de.glenmorangie.com/our-whiskies/18-year-old
  • About The Glenmorangie 1963: Distilled in 1963 and originally released in 1987, The Glenmorangie 1963 was the first-ever bottling of Glenmorangie to be released from a single year. In addition, it is the earliest known commercial bottling of a whisky that has been ‘wood finished’ – or matured in an oak cast – and subsequently transferred to another cask that had previously contained an exquisite wine or richly-flavoured spirit, to provide an additional, subtle range of flavour to complement the signature character of the whisky. In May 1987, 6,000 bottles were released at prestigious retailers, such as Harrods, Selfridges and Fortnum & Mason and at legendary bars, such as London’ Claridges. Critics and connoisseurs greeted the release with applause. Today, the age and spirit of this revolutionary liquid remains intact. With the blessing of Dr Bill Lumsden, the whisky has been decanted into bottles reminiscent of the original shape. Each bottle is labelled with .925 silver and individually encased in at ‘Time Capsule’ leather-strapped box, numbered 1-50 for release in 2013.

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