Flavor Preference Survey Photo Credit: TNL Brand Studio However, further inquiries about whisky flavor preferences can provide a glimpse of the similarities and differences between men and women. In recent years, Taiwanese people generally prefer whisky with a sweeter flavor and easier to swallow, and those with a fruity flavor are the most popular among respondents (57.4%), followed by honey-flavored wines (36.3%) . As for the more unique smoky flavor, after the interview, 35.9% of men like it, but only 14.5% of women can accept the difference. When it comes to whisky with a sweet flavor, the name of Balvenie single malt whisky will inevitably come to mind for those who are well versed in whisky. The Balvenie's legendary head bartender, David C. Stewart, uses nearly 60 years of experience and deep craftsmanship to bring the signature "sweet honey" flavor to every Balvenie whisky.
There is a consistent but unique presentation. And David Stewart is even more admired for his invention of the "cask finish" process in the 1980s: the whisky is first aged in traditional oak barrels for several years, and then moved to another oak The barrel is aged for the second time, and the time for the second aging is not fixed. It depends on the patient and regular whatsapp list monitoring of the team led by David Stewart, and the bottling will not be carried out until the flavor reaches the standard. Using the "barrel-passing" process for 40 years, The Balvenie has transformed the winery's classic honey and vanilla into a variety of charming styles, which are widely welcomed by consumers around the world.
Private chat parties are the best time to drink whisky With picture warning_3 Photo Credit: The Balvenie Regarding the most suitable life situation for drinking whisky, nearly 70% (68.8%) of the respondents preferred to share golden liquor with three or five friends during private clubs or family dinners, followed by “business entertainment occasions” (35.9%). %) and “gatherings in public places such as restaurants” (35.6%) have become common scenes for whisky drinking; more than 30% (32.8%) of the respondents prefer to sip intimately at home with another partner.