Jewish Review of Whiskies

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If you were trying to buy my love you should start with whiskey, and mix in some excellent novels and good coffee. But whiskey is definitely where you start.

But one of the problems I have with whiskies is it’s hard to know what I’ll like, and who to trust as a good source of recommendations. Happily, I finally have a reliable source, and I say reliable because he’s Jewy, and what could be more reliable than that?

Behold, the Jewish Single Male Whisky Society, a blog that reviews Scotch and Japanese Whisky, American Whiskey and Bourbon. It is thorough and awesome and I cannot wait to read all of the archives. My only real complaint: no love for Irish whiskey? Wtf? I like me some Connemara, man.

(H/T to David A.M. Wilensky)

Posted on February 8, 2011

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5 thoughts on “Jewish Review of Whiskies

  1. Tarfon

    What’s all this about a Jewish Single Male Whiskey club? Why aren’t women allowed in, or married men?

  2. Seth Chalmer

    Freudian slip, anyone? The Jewish Single Malt Whisky Society is accidentally referred to in the blog post as the Jewish Single MALE Whisky Society… Does someone have Jewish single males on the brain, perchance?

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