Taiwan whisky: better than Scotch whisky?
That’s what one competition declared. It was published in the Times on Monday, and I’ve been meaning to post something up. Read the full article here.
It was a competition that took place in Edinburgh and included several three year old whiskies, including the new English whisky (from St. Georges), blended scotch, a Bruichladdich whisky, and a Taiwan whisky (Kavalan). There were a list of judges, headed by veteren whisky writer, Charles MacLean. The Taiwan whisky was the winner.
Read the article. Tell us what you think. Was it a fair competition? Was it a misleading competition? Should competitions like this even take place?