When the topic of Bucket Lists comes up, many whisky lovers talk of travelling the Whisky Trail in Scotland. This spiritual adventure is one that comes highly recommended by the Canadian College of Whisky Knowledge.
Chairman Bill took extensive field notes of the 96 different whiskies he enjoyed as he toured 21 distilleries and various whisky bars and pubs on the Whisky Trail. The issue of record keeping was managed by a spiral bound note book and a listing of the whiskies available for purchase in Ontario Canada. The Whisky Life List is an ambitious project in record keeping using a web based application. This is presently being finalized by our technical support team.
When you walk into a whisky bar, set your notebook and Ontario Whisky Listings on the counter and then ask for their whisky binder, they know that you mean business. It’s also a great conversation starter. The process is one of elimination. If you can buy a whisky in Canada and/or you have sampled that whisky, on to a new whisky.
You may enjoy the e-book One Canadian, One Scotch, and One Beer. This is the write up of Chairman Bill’s solo adventures in Scotland and it may be of interest to the whisky enthusiasts who have visiting Scotland on their bucket list. The preview of this e-book is part of the college’s webpage.
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