International Whiskey Day
International Whisky Day comes on March 27 of every year. It invites everyone to try a dram and celebrate the water of life. Events are taking place all over the globe. All you need is a bottle of whiskey to share with your friends. International Whisky day celebrates all types of corn and encourages everyone to enjoy with whiskey. International Whiskey Day is about making whiskey fun and enjoyable. It’s not about being exclusive or prescriptive. It can drink to enjoy it with ice, water, mixer – whatever works for you. We want to be all-inclusive, and that means any whiskey from anywhere in the International. Comprising a mix of rye berries, and specialty brewing malts, their Straight Rye Whiskey is aged in charred, new American White Oak barrels. Incredibly aromatic, the nose has hints of green apple, coffee, and leather, with a palate of clove, and a touch of honeycomb on the tongue.
History of International Whiskey Day
International Whiskey Day was first announced in 2008 and falls on 27 March each year. The name is used with the parenthesis to indicate support of Scottish, Canadian, and Japanese whiskeys as well as Irish and American whiskeys. The day supports Parkinsons Disease research in addition to enjoy Whiskey. There is some conflict with International Whiskey Day where International Whisk(e)y day claims to be original. This conflict only really exists because WWD is the more well-known date in the United States and IWD organizers do not want to seen as the copycat. There is also a conflict due to each group uses similar hashtags which are not obvious to most people which are which. Thankfully for whiskey lovers, the dates fall on separate days in different months, so there is no reason not to enjoy both days!
How to celebrate the International Whiskey Day
Celebrating the International Whiskey Day is simple and easy. Just raise a glass and celebrate the greatest drink in the world. Host a tasting. Visit your local bar. Open that particular bottle. Introduce whisk(e)y to someone who has never had it before. Whatever you do, enjoy it responsibly. Each year whiskey fans donate money to charities of their choice, most commonly of all for Parkinson’s Disease charities as Michael suffered from this for many years. There are loads of events happening all over the world. Some events ticketed. Better still, you can organize and register your own. Take photos and share them on social media’s by using #InternationalWhiskey Day.