Welcome to dramlicious.com!
I do not want to make this introduction too long so if you want to know more about my whisky related background you can have a look here. Anyway, my name is Christopher but you can also just call me Chris. I am 28 years old and live in Berlin. When I am not in the blogosphere I am a full time student.
I am big whisk(e)y enthusiast for over two years now. At the beginning of the year I decided to record my journey through the whisk(e)y world in the form of a blog. However my first blog (in German) had only a short life span of a few weeks due to reasons not really relevant here. Anyhow I decided to start a new blog and the result is dramlicious.com. As you will see I am quite avid when it comes to the “water of life” and place great value on honesty and independence in my tasting notes. However all those notes are just my very personal opinion. So please feel to disagree with me if needed because I do not see myself as some sort of self-proclaimed expert or guru. I am just here to share my experiences and to learn more about whisk(e)y and who knows, maybe some of you have fun to follow my constant search for dramlicious whiskies and whiskeys.
So without further ado, let’s see how I will structure this search. In order to give you all as much variety as possible I will blog a range of different series throughout the week:
- American Monday: All about Bourbon, Rye and Co. US Whiskey is still often underrated but every Monday I will try to show that there is not necessarily a need for doing so.
- Tasty Tastings: Every Tuesday and Thursday I will present non peated whiskies and whiskeys from Scotland and Ireland.
- Worldwide Wednesday: Nowadays there are more and more whisky producing countries. So join me every Wednesday on my expedition around the globe to discover interesting bottlings from those upcoming whisky nations.
- Peaty Friday: As the name already suggests its getting peaty every Friday with peated whiskies from Scotland (and Ireland).
What else is to say? As you might can tell by now I am not a native English speaking person. However I hope my English is decent enough to make this here not a complete torture to read.
I guess that is all for now. Thanks for reading and I hope you will be back soon.