About Us

Whether you’re a seasoned whisky aficionado or a curious novice, my website is designed to be a comprehensive resource for all things whisky-related. From the history of whisky-making to the various types of whisky available, we have it covered.

We’re passionate about sharing knowledge (as we learn!) and love of whiskey with you. We offer only impartial and honest tasting notes of different whiskey brands and advice on how to best enjoy your whiskey.

We believe that whiskey is not just a drink, but a cultural phenomenon that deserves to be explored and appreciated. We hope that our website will inspire you to try new whiskies, expand your knowledge, and become a part of the vibrant whiskey community. So, raise a glass with us and let’s dive into the world of whiskey together!

The Whiskey Chaps Social Media

Follow The Whiskey Chaps on Twitter, Instagram & recently Facebook.

“Thanks guys, always a pleasure to join you! I had nothing to add this time but I really enjoyed reading your comments and learning more of these newer Mackmyra whiskies that I’ve never tried.”


Whiskey Tastings

We run regular (approx 1 per month, but usually more) tastings on Twitter.

Quite often we’ll also be joined by a distillery rep to answer any questions and give details of the whiskey, especially if it’s a new expression. 

As you can appreciate, this is a great form of advertising, which reflects well on the brand in terms of engagement and transparency. We have good relationships with many distilleries as a result.

Our tastings are informal and light-hearted, we don’t give scores, just our opinion on the whisky. As everyone’s tastes are different, we don’t believe that one person’s ‘score’ would be a true reflection or fair.

“It has been an absolute pleasure to dram along with you guys this evening!”


Some of the whiskey distilleries we’ve collaborated with:

whisky distillery
  • Dingle
  • Mackmyra
  • Teeling
  • Bains
  • Lagg (Arran)
  • Currach
  • Cotswolds
  • Bimber
  • Egan’s
  • Kinahans
  • Nc’nean
  • Lakes Distillery
  • Spirit of Birmingham
  • Cooper King
  • Glen Scotia
  • Loch Lomond
  • Three Ships
  • Fragrant Drops
  • & more

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