Richard Paterson, Master Blender for Whyte & Mackay to join Twhisky tasting

The NoseIn some circles, known as simply ‘The Nose’. Richard Paterson will bring a wealth of experience to tomorrow night’s proceedings.

Richard’s worked with Bruichladdich, Tamnavulin, Tullibardine and Tomintoul, and now heads up the selection process for what goes into the finest blends in the Whyte & Mackay portfolio, and also cask selection for the single malts of Isle of Jura, Dalmore and Old Fettercairn.

This is a great chance to ask someone with true industry expertise any burning questions you have about the blending or cask selection process.

Richard Paterson will be joining us from 8:30pm GMT online, so make sure you’re there…

You’ll find all the action under the usual hashtag, #twhisky.



Dubber and Clutch on Twitter:

@davidjmclare Some good ones in that pic. Give the Highland Park a go. Very drinkable… 
 
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One Comment

  1. shane heighway

    Hi
    Iam no whisky expert bit jura is my whisky after drinking at least 7 bottles of 21 yo jura i came across one that was srtonger in tast felt like a different whisky, how can this be all beffore where soft in taste etc

    Posted November 13, 2009 at 7:31 pm | Permalink

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