Whisky has a history back to irish monks and scottish royalty back in the 1400s when it was called aqua vitae. The gaelic translation was ‘uisce beatha’, meaning ‘water of life’. Through the ages whisky has gone through a long transformation process, from being a crude unaged clear liquid to the finely processed, mass produced barrel aged delicacy we have today.
Whether you spell it ‘whisky’ or ‘whiskey’ the spirit has travelled all over the world, both for sale and in production. The spirit has a taste ranging from very complicated and heavily peated to very smooth daily sippers, something for everyone.
You are the boss of your whisky experience, there is no correct way of drinking it. Neat, with water, on the rocks, in juice, in soda or a cocktail, you can drink it any way you feel is right.
With different whisky brands and bottles reaching the tens of thousands there’s an ocean of new experiences for your tasting experience out there.
We have selected 101 whiskys for our menu to try to give a broad sense of the vast field of choices out there.