5 Dram Fridays 2.13

5 Dram Fridays 2.13

5 Dram Fridays

The Newsletter for dMann’s Whisky Notebook

5 Dram Fridays © 2016 dMann's Whisky Pages
© 2016 dMann’s Whisky Pages

Volume 2                                          http://whisky.dmanntraining.com                                         Issue 13

5 Dram Fridays is a list of five things that I find very interesting in the world of whisky and booze.  I may also include some things that I find interesting in general.  It’s just a way to share with you some of the things I’ve scoured over the net.  The intention here is for you to take a sip of your whisky and read a short article or whatever.  5 sips and you’re done!  Or better yet, have a friend join you and you can talk about these topics in between sips.  I’m sure they’ll make for lively conversation!

Let’s start sipping…

  1. We’ve discussed Japanese Whisky before.  But how is it affecting Japanese farmers?
  2. We all know about Balcones Distillery (here’s a link to The Notebook regarding Balcones Single Malt).  Well, they are opening a new distillery!
  3. Bruichladdich honors their transparency pledge
  4. Some tips on how to store whisky
  5. And once again, some tips on how to order whisky like an adult

And with that final dram, I say ‘Cheers!’ and I wish all of you all the best ‘til next time.  Thanks for subscribing to this newsletter. As you know, it’s totally free.  If you enjoyed it, please don’t forget to share it with your friends.

Thanks for joining me and now I must close this issue of Five Dram Fridays.  I would like this to develop into something that will allow you to get a few ‘sips’ in the world of whisky and spirits.  I hope to come up with some sort of cool tagline that I can close with here also.  But until then, I would like to remind everyone that those who are sipping, sip their drams responsibly.

Warm regards,


2 thoughts on “5 Dram Fridays 2.13

  1. Sanji

    It was interesting read about Japanese farmers. It’s a good socialist model to share the profits.

    1. jerrydmann

      Thanks. It is always a challenge to figure out what the next big thing is. In this case, rice is not it. We must consider the farmers that bring the raw materials to the distilleries.

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