Personalised Whisky Glass

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This personalised whisky glass makes the perfect gift to mark a special memory.

Personalise this whisky glass with a name up to 12 characters long and a message of 4 lines with up to 20 characters per line. The message goes beneath the name and etched line.

Line 1 is fixed upper case, lines 2-4 the personalisation will appear as entered.

Hand wash is recommended.

Material is glass.

Perfect as gifts for Birthdays, Mother's Day, Father's Day and for wedding gifts.

Some interesting facts about whisky

  1. The word "whisky" comes from the Gaelic term "uisge beatha" which means "water of life."

  2. Scotch whisky must be made in Scotland, whereas bourbon must be made in the United States.

  3. Whisky is aged in barrels, and the type of barrel used can greatly affect the flavor. Bourbon is typically aged in charred oak barrels, while Scotch whisky is often aged in barrels that previously held sherry or port.

  4. The longer whisky is aged, the smoother and more complex its flavor becomes. However, there is a point of diminishing returns - after a certain amount of time, the wood in the barrel can overpower the whisky's flavor.

  5. In some countries, such as Japan, whisky is a hugely popular drink and is often consumed with a high degree of ceremony and ritual.

  6. Whisky is not just for drinking - it can also be used in cooking! For example, you can add a splash of whisky to your steak marinade or use it to deglaze a pan for a flavourful sauce.

  7. There are over 100 whisky distilleries in Scotland alone, each with their own unique character and flavor.

  8. In addition to Scotland and the United States, other countries such as Ireland, Canada, Japan, and India also produce their own types of whisky.

  9. The world's most expensive bottle of whisky, the Macallan 1946, sold for over $460,000 at auction in 2019.

  10. Whisky is often associated with masculinity and the "manly" art of drinking. However, women are increasingly becoming whisky enthusiasts and distillers themselves.


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