How to Pronounce Allt-a-Bahainne Scotch Whisky
Pronunciation of scotch whisky can be a challenge for many. So many of the names are based on Scots Gaelic which can be difficult, even for native Scots. I am here to help. During my extensive travels to scotch distilleries, I had a chance to hear how tour guides and employees pronounced these names. There may be other regions around the world that may have adopted different ways to pronounce these names, but my goal is to get as close to the distillery’s pronunciation as possible.
Allt-a-Bahainne Scotch Whisky
Lightly peated Speyside whisky – used primarily in blends
Help keep Whiskey Lore producing podcast stories and tasting videos by supporting these efforts at https://www.patreon.com/whiskeylore – I provide a ton of extra videos there and a special Whiskey Lore podcast feed with bonus episodes just for you. Or if you’re light on funds but still want to support us, share this video or tell a friend how much you enjoy the Whiskey Lore podcast! Thanks for watching!
Cheers and Slàinte Mhath!
Drew Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to this channel
Also remember only 21+ or older to watch and please be responsible.
***JOIN THE WHISKEY LORE SOCIETY***
Get bonus interviews, tasting videos, your own podcast feed, more photos, travel hacks, swag, and other freebies – plus you’ll help support this one man independent artist as I bring you the best of whisk(e)y from across the globe.
***LISTEN TO THE WHISKEY LORE PODCAST***
Why do we have two spellings of “whisk(e)y?” What does George Washington’s distiller relate to John Jameson/ And was Old Crow the favorite whiskey of General Grant? Find out these answers and more on the Whiskey Lore podcast, available on your favorite podcast app or at whiskey-lore.com/episodes
***GET A COPY OF DREW’S BEST SELLING BOOK***
Start your Kentucky travel planning with “Whiskey Lore’s Travel Guide to Experiencing Kentucky Bourbon,” featuring planning tips, tasting techniques, a history and process prep guide, and 32 distillery profiles so you can plan the perfect getaway to bourbon country. Available on Amazon.com (Worldwide) and at Whiskey-Lore.com/shop (US Only)
NOTE: My goal is to cut through marketing at retain a level of integrity in my telling of history with a goal of creating as unbiased a picture of whisk(e)y and history as I can. I do not solicit distilleries for product to review and if I do provide any reviews they are my personal opinion. However, in the interest of full disclosure, I will always mark any whisk(e)y I received complimentary from a distributor or distillery with an (*) asterisk so you can make your own decision as to my potential biases.