Age Vs Maturity

 

Older whisky does not always mean better whisky. It’s all about the maturity of the whisky; that perfect moment that the complexity of flavor has had time to develop. Join Dewar’s ambassador Gabriel Cardarella as he discusses why age is more than a number, but not necessarily in the way you’ve been told.

 

 

Casks

 

The casks used in aging Scotch are white oak barrels previously used to age bourbon or sherry. It’s here that the whisky gets its color, its complexity and its richness of flavor. Join Dewar’s ambassador Gabriel Cardarella as he describes the crucial relationship between the liquid and the wood in chapter five of “A True Guide to Scotch.”

 

Scotch Cocktail

 

When it comes to Scotch whisky, the old rules are out. Treat Dewar’s Blended Scotch Whisky just like you would any other whisky by getting out there and trying something new, especially in the world of cocktails. Gabriel Cardarella has gives a great place to start in chapter four of “A True Guide to Scotch.”

 

 

About Gabriel Caradella

 

Gabriel Cardarella has the coolest job as a Dewar’s ambassador: traveling the world tasting, learning and teaching others about whisky. Now, Gabriel wants to teach you about how to enjoy whisky to the fullest, and what better land to begin this 11-part series from Dewar’s than in Scotland. Dewar’s, the world’s most awarded blended Scotch whisky, wants to demystify Scotch. In “A True Guide to Scotch,” brand ambassador Gabriel Cardarella instructs viewers on everything from the “right” way to drink whisky to blends, casks, age vs. maturity and more. You don’t have to be wearing a kilt, sitting by a fire and sipping it with a dash of water in order to fully enjoy whisky.From understanding the importance of water usage, to glassware, age vs. maturity and cocktails; this series proves there’s no wrong way to enjoy Scotch whisky, so long as you savor the moment.In the new 11-part series from Dewar’s, “A True Guide to Scotch,” Cardarella journeys to Scotland and instructs viewers on everything from the “right” way to drink whisky (hint: there isn’t one) to blends, casks, age vs. maturity and more.

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