This is for everyone out there whom enjoys drinking whisky.

Do you really know what you’re drinking, or do you generally reach towards the same trusted brand that you know and love?  You’re not alone!

There are so many whiskies out there.  Different brands, styles, colours and prices.

And what are all those notes that people say they can smell and taste.  It’s all whisky, right?

Here is something that could be useful.  A free, downloadable ebook, homing 25 different whiskies that can be enjoyed by just about anyone.

 The books intro states: “As our readers are generally new to the world of whisky they are often kept simple, affordable and accessible.” Perfect!

This free ebook shows 25 whiskies that you should try and why you should try them. There are useful links throughout that are not to be missed as each of them gives even more useful information.

Every one of the whiskies has some nosing and tasting notes alongside.  But you know what, everyone has their own senses when it comes to aromas and taste, or their own memories of something it reminds them of. You might pick out something different. It’s fine.

Hopefully this inspiration will get you trying something new without any complications. Maybe it’s time to include other people in your whisky journey too. This free ebook is for everyone so let people know and drink a dram or two with them.

If you’re not quite ready to get the friends round just yet, meet some virtual friends to discuss them with. You can connect to other like minded whisky people on the recommended facebook grouptwitter or share your pics on Instagram by adding @whiskyadventurers to your post.

Download your free copy now and enjoy every sip.

Any time can be whisky time. The time for you to start your own adventure is now!

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Jennifer Hardy
Jennifer is a writer for various websites mainly on the topics of travel, leisure, and whiskey mainly around Europe. She is originally from England, now living in Spain. When she isn't writing or reading, she can be found swimming or snorkeling during the summer and hiking in the mountains, equipped with a rucksack and tent during the winter months. You can visit her at, and