Thank you for your interest in our competition. The prize: 1 very rare jerry can, fully equipped incl. bottle. Of course oak is used inside for shelving. The jerry can is one of only 30 in existence. Not for sale. To win? ...something about following, retweeting & tagging.
Win The WaterProof Jerry Can Bar for those treks far far away (though also wall mountable). Made from a real jerry can. To enter, follow @WaterProofMalt + retweet this post and tag a few friends. Ends 1pm Friday 11th Dec 2020. All Retweeters & Followers will enter the draw.
Rest In Peace Sir Sean Connery. Tonight we raise a dram to you... quite possibly more than one.
If you could only bring three things to a desert island... (or even on a canal boat)..., ....would they all be the same whiskies?
That’s what we call “packing essentials”! Hope you are all having a great time. twitter.com/Jotterface/sta…
Water fact: It is important to hydrate; your body and brain needs it. The brain is composed of approx. 73% water, your body up to 60%... while your whisky, if it is WaterProof, holds 54.2% water.
We would like to acknowledge @BeckyPaskin and others that call out sexism and promote diversity and inclusivity both in the whisky community and in society as a whole. You are truly inspirational. Thank you for standing up for what you and we believe in. Whisky is for all.
Who can top this WaterProof description from whisky writer Dave Broom “It’s the whisky equivalent of an impeccably dressed, hip, older Japanese gent.”?
The word 'Proof' is still used in the USA to describe alcohol strength. It is exactly twice the amount of alcohol by volume, meaning 40% abv becomes 80 proof and 45.8% becomes 91.6 proof.
WaterProof has been longer in the making than the average 12 year old single malt.... Wishing all a great weekend.
"It's great to see a blended malt which isn't on the American oak side of things but has gone down a more old-school route" says whisky writer Dave Broom thewhiskymanual.uk Have a great weekend
There were some rather notable issues for Charles Macintosh with his patented method of waterproofing... the rubber melted in hot weather and became stiff in cold weather. This was solved in 1839 through “vulcanisation”.
In 1823 Scottish chemist and inventor CHARLES MACINTOSH patented a method of waterproofing cotton through applying liquid rubber between two sheets of cloth.
100% malt from a handful of top tier distilleries making it versatile and complex. Some enjoy it neat or with water or ice, but for cocktail inspiration have a look at waterproofwhisky.com
Whisky writer Dave Broom (whiskymanual.uk) describes the nose of WaterProof as “Big, soft and sherried mixing Oloroso with PX-style sticky raisin element. There’s cake mix/cookie dough, tinned prunes, cold Darjeeling tea and the zip of orange peel. Sweet and rich.”
Inspired by weather and a rain coat: With the yellow label and water droplets WATERPROOF BLENDED MALT SCOTCH WHISKY visibly takes inspiration from the Scottish inventor Charles Macintosh and his invention ‘waterproofing’ and the subsequent Mackintosh jacket.
Crevice, Montenegro is Europe’s wettest destination receiving around 4.6 metres of rainfall each year. In the Autumn, thunderstorms see a 20m waterfall appear near the village, but in the middle of summer the region can become so dry that forest fires are an annual hazard.
Water quote #5 - “Liverpool was a special city that took me in. I will always remember how special that place was. I obviously don’t miss the rain” Fernando Torrres
Water quote #4 - “I love the rain. It’s my favourite weather.” Kristen Wiig
The beauty of a blended malt is like a thoroughbred car. You pick the specialists to deliver the pinnacle of their work and you put it together your own way to make something even greater out of it.
To all our friends around the world celebrating mid-summer whether with a dance, a pole, a bonfire or something else - raise a glass and hope for decent weather
Proud to sponsor the fantastic work the charity Water Works carries out building wells and latrines in Malawi employing only local workers.