Where to Try the Best Whiskey in the World

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There’s nothing better than taking a glass of whiskey in the evening and giving yourself a chance to summarize your day while thinking about all the things that are waiting for you tomorrow. And if you’re on vacation or travelling somewhere far away, even better! Drinking whiskey at home and drinking it at a fantastic location you’ve never visited before are two very different things, and we strongly advise you to try the latter. If you still don’t know how and where to do so, here are some of the best destinations in the world for all those whiskey lovers out there.

France

Let’s be honest – the French know their drinks! From their amazing wines to their one-of-a-kind champagne, they surely know how to get their buzz on, so we need to trust them when it comes to whiskeys as well. After all, this could easily become their national drink and turn all those wine lovers into whiskey aficionados sooner than we think! There are lots of brands you could try, but Cognac Brenne is definitely one of those you shouldn’t skip. Using local grains and aging in local casks, this whiskey has something no others do – a long tradition of alcohol makers that will turn anything they touch into pure gold, made especially for your taste buds.

Australia

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Visiting the Land Down Under means you’ve probably been on a plane for quite some time and now need something that will bring you back to Earth – and what better than a glass of tasty whiskey? The lovers of this drink from Australia boast about different brands that are being produced in this country, knowing that this is the kind of thing that will attract lots of tourists to their metropolitan areas. That’s why a day of delicious whiskey tasting in Sydney is a must if you’re visiting this amazing place. Not only are you going to sample some of the most flavorsome whiskeys in the world, but you’ll also have a good time with all your new Aussie pals!

Taiwan

Although whiskey isn’t the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about Asia and its tourist offer, it’s still a thing you need to try if you really love whiskey. Unlike lots of distilleries in Japan and other highly developed Asian countries, Taiwan has something unique to offer – humid conditions that allow their whiskey to ago sooner than it normally would in any other part of the world. This means you can drink a proper Scotch much sooner than you would in the USA or Scotland, and this is a feature that’s been attracting whiskey lovers from all over the world for quite some time now. In addition to that, Taiwan is full of picturesque places where you can relax and take your mind off mundane things that exhaust you and kill your mojo, and these are the places where whiskey tastes the best.

Scotland

 Hughland Park Light

Hughland Park Light

There’s nothing like drinking the original Scottish whiskey Scotland, is there? You should go back to the roots and take a trip down the memory lane as often as possible, especially if you’re a true fan of whiskey. You’ll have a wonderful time if you visit Highland Park located on a remote set of islands off the far north coast of Scotland. Established in 1798, the distillery combines the highest standards of craftsmanship with the pride and fierce independence of the early Viking settlers who made Orkney their home over 1,000 years ago to create an intensely balanced single-malt Scotch whiskey that stands apart.

To celebrate Summer Highland Park has launched THE LIGHT, a limited-edition, 17-year-old single-malt Scotch whiskey features warm, sweet tasting notes that evoke the best days of summer and honors the seasons on the Orkney Islands. 

USA


In the end, you can’t make a global whiskey quest without visiting the USA. The Americans are very proud of their brands and all they’ve done for the world of whiskey – and they’ve done a lot, to be honest! – which is why so many people opt to end their days in specialized bars, enjoying a glass of whiskey and some fine conversation. These whiskey bars are numerous and spread all over the country, from Los Angeles to New York, so all you need to do is locate the ones in your area and start visiting them frequently. You can even make a whiskey-inspired road trip across the USA and see how your favorite whiskey tastes in other states: this will help you learn more about this great drink, but also find a new level of appreciation for your local brands too.

Again, drinking whiskey in your own living room isn’t the same as doing it in Paris, Hong Kong or Chicago, so find your favorite places and investigate the selection of whiskeys available there. Or, alternatively, you can just head towards your holiday destination this year and explore what some of the more secluded places have to offer – you’ll surely not be disappointed as long as you have your favorite drink by your side.