BOWMORE CELEBRATES THE PAST 50 YEARS BY LAUNCHING 1961 RELEASE

Bowmore, Islay’s first Single Malt Scotch Whisky, is launching its latest expression – the Bowmore 50 Year Old - as part of an exquisite and extremely limited range which has included other releases such as the 1957 and ‘Eclipse’.

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The Science of Water and Whisky – Part 4 Impact of Different Water Qualities on Bowmore

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by Rachel Barrie
The Science of Water and Whisky – Part 4 Impact of Different Water Qualities on Bowmore

I am often asked how important the quality of the water is when adding water to whisky.  I always recommend using clean potable water without any aroma or taint. Generally, this can be well-run local tap water if of a high enough quality, or bottled water in parts of the world where tap water may be suspect or tainted.  However, until now I had not fully explored the sensorial impact of different potable water properties on mixing with whisky.

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THE SCIENCE BEHIND WATER & WHISKY - Part 3

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by Rachel Barrie

Bowmore is acknowledged to be among the most perfectly balanced single malts in the world, striking just the right chord between smoky and sweet. Across the range of Bowmore single malt expressions, different facets of Bowmore’s highly complex house style are expressed, each creating a unique taste experience for the drinker.

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Water, Give it a go!

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by Gordon Dundas, Bowmore Brand Ambassador
Water, Give it a go!

I get asked more about the right way to drink whisky in terms of the use of water than pretty much anything else in my job. It happens a lot and causes big debates but there is no right or wrong way and there are no definitive rules or right or wrong way. It is all about you and how you feel!

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Bowmore and water

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by Bowmore
Bowmore and water

A lot of people ask us about whisky flavours, where they come from and about mixing whiskies with other things. One of the most polarizing question we get is, why add water?

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