Step4: Have a whiskey on the rocks.
When you are ready for some straight whiskey, try it over ice. Fill up a glass with ice and pour the whiskey into the glass. Taste it chilled. Whiskey flavors may taste different to you when you consume it chilled instead of at room temperature.
Step5: Try drinking whiskey neat.
Taste the whiskey at room temperature, with not anything added to it. The taste will likely be more strong than when you have it with water, ice or other ingredients.
1.Smell the whiskey. Before drinking, smell the whiskey and inhale the aroma. Taste and smell are related, and you will be preparing your taste buds and your mouth for the drink while you smell it.
2.Sip the whiskey. Take small sips and swirl the liquid around your mouth before you swallow. You should taste several flavors, including vanilla, caramel, and smoky and spicy elements. Do not gulp the whiskey.
3.Savor the whiskey. This drink has a high alcohol content, so enjoy it slowly. Drink it while relaxing, and give yourself time between each sip to reflect on it.
Step6: Select the right whiskey glass.
Tumblers are best and have traditionally been used, especially when adding ice or mixers. There are also tulip-shaped whiskey glasses which are wide at the bottom, then taper towards the top. The glass is designed to concentrate the aroma in the area of your nose, which ought to enhance your whiskey tasting.
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