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Talking Whisky with Mr Paul John - Gourmantic (Press)

Author: Matt Wooler - Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Another article is out about our recent public relations event for the Meet & Greet Mr Paul John of Paul John Whisky. This one is by Sydney's highly regarded restaurants, bars, spirits & travel magazine Gourmantic. Gourmantic has been around as long as Dramnation's founder, Matt Wooler, has been writing about whisky. Gourmantic been on the cusp of the Australian whisky documenting movement long before whisky became a "thing" in the social spirits fabric. Here is an extract of the article. Be sure to follow the link to read the entire article.

Talking Whisky with Mr Paul John of Paul John Indian Single Malt
Corinne Mossati March 21, 2017 - 8:27 am Whisky Reviews

The first time we tasted Paul John Indian Single Malt, there was a buzz of excitement in the room. It was at the Sydney Whisky Live event, and whisky friends tasting their way around the exhibitors were quick to point out to one another, “Have you tried Paul John whisky from Goa?”

Paul John whisky’s beginnings go back to 1992 when Founder/Owner Mr Paul P John founded John Distilleries and the flagship brand of the company, Original Choice, became one of the best selling brands in India, a path that led to creating single malts.

Mr Paul John visited Sydney this month and attended a meet and greet event at J&M Whisky Bar hosted by Dramnation and Sydney Cocktail Club. A select handful of whisky media was invited for an informal chat with Mr Paul John, owner and producer of the Paul John single malt whiskies.

During the course of the evening, we were offered a tasting of several other expressions of Paul John, starting with Paul John Brilliance, Paul John Oloroso Cask Single Malt, Peated 55% ABV, and a single cask bottling of Paul John Cask 987 bottled exclusively for the Oak Barrel...

 

Extracted from: www.gourmantic.com

 

Read the full article here.


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