Whisky

whisky

What is the process of making whisky?

O processo de fabricação do whisky começa com o cereal. O amido que compõe o cereal precisa ser transformado em açúcar solúvel para a produção do álcool. Isso ocorre naturalmente durante a germinação e, quando água quente é adicionada e a mistura é aquecida até que o cereal chegue ao momento de se desenvolver.

What is the Fabricação of whisky?

A fabricação do whisky escocês é um ofício antigo que tem sido desenvolvido e aperfeiçoado com o passar do tempo, evoluindo da produção caseira para o processo de precisão. Muitos fatores incidem no sabor e caráter de um whisky: os tipos de grãos e leveduras usadas, o local de repouso, até mesmo o barril e o tempo de maturação dentro dele.

What makes an escócia whisky so special?

Muitos fatores incidem no sabor e caráter de um whisky: os tipos de grãos e leveduras usadas, o local de repouso, até mesmo o barril e o tempo de maturação dentro dele. E foi assim que a Escócia começou a produzir tal variedade de sua bebida nacional, do vigoroso poder da costa Oeste e das ilhas até a gentileza e sutilidade do Leste.

What does Como mean in Italian?

Como (Italian pronunciation: [ˈkɔːmo] (listen), locally [ˈkoːmo]; Comasco: Còmm [ˈkɔm], Cómm [ˈkom] or Cùmm [ˈkum]; Latin: Novum Comum; Romansh: Com) is a city and comune in Lombardy, Italy.

How is whisky made?

All whisky starts as raw grain—in the case of malt whisky, barley, which has to be specially treated to access its sugars. The barley is moistened and allowed to partially sprout, or germinate, a process called malting which secretes an enzyme that converts the barley’s starches to sugars.

How do you make whisky from corn kernels?

To make whisky, first place a burlap sack full of corn kernels in a bucket of warm water. Let the corn soak for 10 days, then remove any sprouted ends from the kernels and crush them with a rolling pin. Once they’re fully mashed, put the kernels in a bucket of boiling water and let the container cool.

What is the microbiology of whisky production?

Microbiology – Improved strains of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. Basic substrates used for whisky production are water & grains. The water should be free from hazardous material, pesticides, toxic chemicals & heavy metals. But it should have high DO value.

What are the conditions needed to make whisky?

Small, well-protected wells provide the water for the single malt whiskies. But also the big rivers are needed for producing whisky. They provide cooling water for the pot stills. The production of whisky is comparably easy. You let the barley germinate until the starch of the grain has become malt sugar.

What makes a whisky rare and exceptional?

What makes a whisky truly rare and exceptional? Not all whiskies are made equal. At Diageo, owner of 50 Scotch whisky distilleries, only a select few liquids are deemed worthy to be part of its Rare & Exceptional portfolio.

What makes a high-age whiskey so special?

Apart from scarcity, these whiskies are exceptional due to the balance between their distillery character and the influence imparted from the oak they are matured in. Typically, the whiskies in our portfolio also come with high-age statements, some of which have been in their casks as early as the 1950s.

Are all whiskies made equal?

Not all whiskies are made equal. At Diageo, owner of 50 Scotch whisky distilleries, only a select few liquids are deemed worthy to be part of its Rare & Exceptional portfolio. Adam Brewer, head of private client sales at Diageo South-East Asia, gives us the lowdown on what makes these whiskies truly remarkable.

What percentage of Scottish whisky is exported to other countries?

In recent times, single malt has made up about 26% of the whisky exported to other countries from Scotland; bulk spirits constituted about 5% and the balance has been blended whisky.

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