Is it Whisky or Whiskey? Well, it appears the answer is geographical.
Whisky in Scotland, Canada. Japan and a few other countries.
Whiskey in Ireland and the United States.
To be more precise, Whisky comes from the Gaelic or Irish Uisge Beatha, which translates to Water of Life.
The Whisky/Whiskey is just the English transitional difference between Scots Gaelic and Irish!
Whisky and supercars might seem like an unusual combination, but they share a certain level of craftsmanship, luxury, and appreciation by enthusiasts.
Whisky and supercars are known for their meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Both are often associated with a luxurious lifestyle for those who prefer the finer things in life.
Both can be collectables.
Both attract similar demographics to exclusive events and share passions.
Both whisky and supercars market themselves based on heritage and tradition.
Both are expensive.
In the realm of elegance, whisky and supercars dance in perfect harmony.
Guinness World Records awarded the world’s most valuable bottle of whisky and the world’s most valuable collection to The Grande Whisky Museum in Singapore.
The most valuable title is a bottle of Laphroaig from 1960 signed by Charles and Camilla, the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay.
The bottle was signed during the royal couple’s visit to the distillery on the Isle of Islay in June 2008. The Laphroaig has a value of over £2 million.
King Charles III is strongly interested in expensive limited-edition motor cars, often driving a classic Aston Martin DB6 converted to run on a sustainable mix of wine and cheese.
I’m glad he didn’t waste any whisky.
‘Where amber meets asphalt, whisky and supercars dance in perfect harmony.’
With thanks to Gordon Phillips of Braeburn Whisky