With good whisky come good times, but the whisky doesn’t always have to be in liquid state.
This little gem tells the tale of how the oldest soapstone company in America started producing ‘whisky stones’. Stonemason Glenn Bowman cuts and tumbles the stones at his workshop in Perkinsville, Vermont to produce a beautifully sleek product for Teroforma. Seriously, this will make you smile.
A Proud History of Canadian Club Whisky
This short animation takes us through the surprisingly colourful history of the famous Canadian Club Whisky. From the mischievous ways they survived the prohibition era to doing business with renowned mobster and bootlegger, Al Capone.
‘The Whisky Water Trick’
A quick but mesmerising trick to play with a shot of whisky and a shot of water.
Tex Ritter sings ‘Rye Whiskey’
Jack o’ Diamonds, Jack o’ Diamonds and I know you of old
You’ve robbed my poor pockets of silver and gold
It’s a whiskey, you villain, you’ve been my downfall
You’ve kicked me, you’ve cuffed me, but I love you for all
If you enjoyed the soundtrack to the last video, we found this live rendition by Tex Ritter on the National Grand Ole Opry Show back in 1966. He really did love his rye whiskey.
Johnnie Walker Red Label & Oliver Sweeney’s whisky brogues
Last year, master cobbler Oliver Sweeney teamed up with Johnnie Walker Red Label whisky to create a limited run of their classic brogues with a unique twist that involved setting a bottle of whisky into the heel!