Category Archives: Barware

NEAT Glass Review

The first time I tried whisky, it was in a standard rocks glass. Straight sides, wide opening, plenty of space for an ice cube or three (though I didn’t put one). If you had asked me, back then, if I … Continue reading

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The topic of flasks doesn’t come up a lot here on Scotch Addict because every good scotch drinker knows that it’s best to enjoy your dram out of a whisky glass, not some flask. That said, from time to time, … Continue reading

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Does the Scotch Whisky Glass Really Matter?

Whisky glasses come in all shapes and sizes. From the old school Old Fashioned tumblers with straight sides to the various snifters styles with a tapered mouth and Glencairns – there’s a lot of debate over how important the shape … Continue reading

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SWIG Leather Flask Review

First things first, I received a review flask for free from SWIG. Let’s get that out of the way – they didn’t pay me to review it but they did send me one so I could review it in the … Continue reading

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What’s a Whisky Wedge?

I thought I’d seen it all when it came to “whisky chilling technology.” You have whisky stones, made of soap stones. You have massive ice cubes and ice balls. Now, you have the “whiskey wedge.” It’s essentially ice frozen into … Continue reading

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