To set things straight, let me tell you I have never been a whisky person, but trying new things is something I always love doing. When I got to know about Woodburn’s whisky and its unique charcoal flavour, I could not resist the temptation to try. I have to admit that in first go the charcoal and smoky flavour is a little too overwhelming, but as you take more sips, the taste grows on you.
Whisky takes up one of the largest markets segments in India but has very little to offer when it comes to a contemporary bend that can compete on an
Fullarton Distilleries has come up with a bottle with a stunning contemporary aesthetic that appeals to all generations of whisky drinkers. Sporting an extremely distinct burn across the label gives Woodburn’s a feel of the traditional yet modern with clear distinctions to help it stand apart with its premium packaging and design at the same time. With great care to detail, Fullarton has taken the element of design further by incorporating their very own unique stamp on the bottom of each bottle. The handwritten necktie also informs their consumers of their bottle and batch number which lends itself to having that personalised touch.
The magic lies in the union of the magnificent, bold whisky with matured oak wood barrels that are charred to perfection, forging bold flavours that kindle your curiosity and ignite your senses.
Dark, delightfully distinct and dignified – this is a homegrown whisky you can truly appreciate.
Try the simple Ginger Whisky Cocktail, by adding ginger ale and lots of ice to your whisky and you can enjoy a simple but refreshing drink at the comfort of your home.
If you need more reasons to say why Woodburn’s deserves a place on your bar, try it across more than 50 restaurants in Goa and see it for yourself 🙂