About the author
As a female in the whisky community, we need more female voices out there, so I decided to become one of them. I am certainly no whisky connoisseur, but I enjoy drinking whisky, learning more about the process, whisky making, and maturation and continuing to discover new nosing and tasting notes every time I open a bottle and pour myself a glass.
Being part of the whisky community has enriched my life in many ways. As a disabled female whisky drinker in a world of obstacles, I have come to discover that the whisky community with all its individuals in every nook and cranny of the world are some of the warmest, most caring, most generous and including people I have had the honour of getting to know. Hence, the name of this blog, Freedom & Whisky, because being a part of the whisky community has granted me freedom in ways I did not know possible.
So here is a call to arms to all of you quirky, non-standard whisky drinkers.
Let’s pour ourselves a dram and discuss this intriguing topic together.
Independent whisky blog with an open mind and an honest opinion about anything whisky-related.
WSET L1 Award in Spirits
WSET L2 Award in Spirits – Pass with Distinction
Nominated for Independent Brand Ambassador of the Year, IWIA in 2022 and 2023