Whisky Focus - The Three Drinkers do Scotch Whisky Part 2 Now Streaming

The Three Drinkers Do Scotch Whisky Part 2 Now Streaming


6th December 2019
Part 2 0f the Amazon Prime show, The Three Drinkers Do Scotch Whisky is now streaming on Amazon Prime from today and features The Dalmore, Jura , Fettercairn, Glen Scotia, Loch Lomond , Glen Moray single malt whiskies as well as Firkin Gin and Master of Malt.

The Three Drinkers sign a cask of Jura single malt whisky.

Part 2 of the Amazon Prime travelogue series with a drinks twist, The Three Drinkers do Scotch Whisky, is now streaming live on Amazon prime with new episodes.

The series follows TV presenters and professional drinks writing trio, Helena Nicklin, Aidy Smith and Colin Hampden-White on a new adventure through Scotland. Starting on the isle of Jura and heading west through Campbeltown, the trio take in Glasgow and the university's ground-breaking whisky tongue. They then take a road trip through stunning locations including the Scottish Highlands, trying their hands at various physical challenges and of course, tasting drams at distilleries.

"Episodes 5, 6 and 7 have quite a different feel," says Aidy Smith. "There’s more adventure, more travel and tourism and we even start to taste spirits - shock horror - other than whisky!"

The team visit new brand partners: The Dalmore, Jura Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Fettercairn Highland Single Malt, Glen Scotia, Loch Lomond Whisky, Glen Moray, Firkin Gin and Master of Malt.

Whilst on Jura, the Three Drinkers met with some of the people that make up this special, tiny island community. The trio met with Gini, who works in the Jura distillery visitor centre, but also creates and sells handmade jewellery inspired by the island and body positivity. They went on a boat trip to see George Orwell’s House and spot wildlife, before a tasting and interview with Distillery Manager, Graham Logan in the Jura Lodge.

During their trip to The Dalmore, the trio learned about the royal heritage of the brand, dating back to the reign of King Alexander III in 1263 and the entrepreneurial spirit, passion and innovation that have been integral to creating its whiskies of legendary depth and finesse. Whilst visiting the distillery, they tried The Dalmore Aged 51 Years, a very special whisky of which on 51 bottles have been created.

Later in the series, after travelling through the Cairngorms, the trio arrived at the Fettercairn distillery to meet with distillery manager, Stewart Walker. The discussion centred on the distillery’s treasure trove of rare and aged stocks, while in conversation with whisky maker Gregg Glass, Colin learns about the extraordinary lengths Fettercairn has gone to to capture the purest expression of its whisky’s character.

Steven Pearson, Global Marketing Director at Whyte & Mackay, said "We’re delighted to be able to give The Three Drinkers and their fans a glimpse behind the scenes at our distilleries and the opportunity to gain greater insight into the innovative techniques and craftsmanship required to produce these very distinct whiskies.

"We’re extremely proud to showcase the innovation and heritage of our whiskies and honoured to have hosted Helena, Aidy and Colin at our distilleries. We hope the series will deepen viewers’ love and passion for whisky and perhaps encourage others to try it."

The new episodes for 2019 of The Three Drinkers show is exclusive to Amazon Prime and are now streaming on Amazon Prime from today, you can also catch last years episodes if you missed them. To view them you will need to be a member of Amazon Prime and you can always take advantage the Amazon Prime FREE 30 Day Trial, you can cancel it anytime.
 

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