Whisky Marketplace TV
Summary: A regular whisky video podcast featuring interviews, tastings, reviews and special features about whisky. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store!
The Old Fashioned is a classic whiskey cocktail and so simple – whiskey, bitters, sugar, ice and an orange peel garnish – here's a video guide showing you how to get it right. We recommend The Bitter Truth [Orange Bitters](http://tracking.whiskymarketplace.com/mom-decanter-bitters) & [Jerry Thomas' Own Decanter Bitters](http://tracking.whiskymarketplace.com/mom-decanter-bitters). Our other top it is to use spring water ice, you'll really notice the difference.
Last time Pierre tasted a whisky from Abbey's The Rare Casks series he got pretty excited. Find out what he thinks of this Bunnahabhain from the same range.
For his third whisky in this year's Christmas Picks, Pierre revisits an old favourite from Glenfarclas. This 21 year old single malt scotch is perfect for the festive season.
In another Christmas Whisky Pick for 2013, Pierre tastes a new Indian single malt from the Paul John Distillery. Paul John have been widely acclaimed for their small batch single cask releases, in this video Pierre investigates the merits of their ongoing, standard expressions...
Pierre reviews a 17 year old indie bottling of Caperdonich by online whisky retailer Abbey Whisky, released as part of their Rare Cask series.
For this month's staff picks Pierre reviews two classic blended whiskies in Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve and Cutty sark Storm. We also looks at two recent independent bottlings; Tomatin 12 Year Old Burns Malt by The Whisky Barrel and Aultmore Batch 2 from That Boutque-y Whisky Co.
Pierre takes another look at Chivas Regal 18 Year Old for April's staff picks. An elegant Scotch from a producer with over 100 years experience of making great blended whisky.
As part of our staff picks for March 2013 Pierre takes a look at a new Blended Scotch Whisky from Duncan Taylor called Smokin'
In this episode Pierre chats frankly with Dominic Roskrow on a wide range of whisky topics including journalism, bloggers, Jim Murray and the standards in Scotch Whisky.
The Whisky Squad is getting quite a reputation as one of London's most vibrant whisky events. Attended by whisky fans and whisky insiders alike. Pierre talks to Jason B. Standing, the man behind the Whisky Squad to find out what all the fuss is about.
WMTV heads first to Nürnberg for Laphroaig Live 2012, where Pierre joined the panel for this year's show. Then back at WMTV HQ he tastes Laphroaig Triple Wood, Laphroaig 18 years old and Laphroaig Càirdeas.
WMTV is back after the summer break! In this episode we travel to Tain in the North East of Scotland to talk to John MacDonald, Distillery Manager at Balblair.
In this bumper episode of WMTV: we hit the road and head for the Brecon Beacons in Wales to visit Penderyn Distillery, where Pierre chats to distiller Gillian MacDonald; we check out the newly opened Soho Whisky Club in the heart of London; and catch up with Darren Rook from The London Distillery Company to find out more about his plans to open the first working distillery in the capital for more than 100 years.
In this special Burns Night episode Pierre demonstrates how to prepare a four course Burns supper with whisky pairings. He also reviews Glenmorangie Artein and Glengoyne 17 year old.
The second episode of WMTV features Pierre and Jean-Luc from Connosr discussing festive whiskies, an interview with Jamie Milne from Glenfiddich where he deconstructs Glenfiddich Rich Oak and a review Master of Malt's innovative new Home Blending Kit.