Whisky Distilleries Becoming a Hot Topic for Culture, According to Whisky Marketplace
May 30, 2012 Lifestyle News(PRLEAP.COM) The process of whisky distilling and the distilleries that lovingly craft whisky have always been of great interest to Whisky Marketplace, a search and price comparison website that offers informative resources and podcast media for educating fans of whisky, as well as access to the online whisky shops of top whisky retailers. However, whisky distilleries have become a hot topic for the media, as well, in recent months, with the impending June 1st UK release of the new film, The Angels' Share. The film has been featured in the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, bringing the topic of Scotland's cultural whisky heritage to the eyes of thousands.
As any fan of whisky could explain, the title is derived from the tiny portion of whisky lost to evaporation during the maturation process. This is a fitting title for a film about how a group of confused and lost Scottish young adults mature, themselves, after becoming involved in the distillation and production of fine scotch whisky. Scotland has a historic legacy of producing some of the finest whisky in the world, also known as "the water of life". However, the whisky of Scotland has become loved all over the world, from the United States to Asia. The quality and taste of the whisky produced in Scotland can be appreciated ubiquitously by people all over.
It is little wonder then that whisky production has garnered such attention from both websites like Whisky Marketplace, and film artists. In Whisky Marketplace's podcast section, browsers can learn more intimate details of whisky distillation, as the team often interviews owners of distilleries and even visits said distilleries for a first-hand experience. For those who love the taste of their favorite Scottish whiskies, such as the film's featured Balblair Whisky, it could very rewarding to watch the media surrounding Scottish whisky distillation.
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