On this day, World Whisky Day, we thank the rain and the water it provides to make amazing whisky from all corners of the world #LoveItWhenItsPouring
Happy World Cocktail Day! Why not give this simple FOOLPROOF cocktail a go! #worldcocktailday Cherry & Peach Iced Tea 50ml WATERPROOF 100ml Peach Iced Tea Tablespoon Cherry jam Juice of 1/2 lemon Blitz in a blender with ice. Garnish with mint sprig and frozen cherries
"Drookit- a completely drenching day – more a feel and result of rain"
Inspirational drink for the weekend? Try the Campfire at home. 37.5ml WaterProof 12.5ml Pedro Ximénez 100ml Apple juice Dash Aromatic & Orange bitters Warm ingredients together in a small pot and pour into a heat resistant cup or glass. Garnish with apple & star anise #cocktail
Today's number: 73% … approximately the amount of water your brain holds
'Mizzle' - the lightest of rain, heavier than mist, but less than a drizzle, literally a fusion of the two words. See more rainy words or help us expand the list on waterproofwhisky.com
We are not all fortunate with the amount of water we receive. Therefore we support the charity WaterWorks and their outstanding work. See more at waterproofwhisky.com
It's the whisky equivalent of an impeccably dressed, hip, older Japanese gent" Dave Broom - Whisky writer Try it for yourself... now available on Amazon amzn.to/3be4jkH
Enjoying the weather? On our website we have gathered quite a number of words for rain or downpour. Do you know them all? Or can you maybe add to the list? waterproofwhisky.com
Sorry, the earlier tweet referring to the first duty free distillery was from our brand manager who has been reprimanded and offered off shore residence with only limited supplies of WaterProof Malt - Happy April's Fools Day
We have purchased a disused oil rig in the North Sea. Exposed to the raging elements in international waters and testing all kinds of waterproof we will be building the world's first duty free distillery.
There were some early issues for Charles Macintosh with his patented method of waterproofing, namely the rubber melting in hot weather and becoming stiff in cold weather, but this was solved in 1839 through “vulcanisation”.