Why we’re here

Slainte Mhath Good Health To You!!

What do you think of when you hear the word “SCOTCH”?

Maybe you think of old pretentious men sitting around in studded leather chairs surrounded by books, mahogany floors, and jazz playing in the background.

There are a lot of preconceived notions tied into the word and idea of scotch and we’re here, my brother and I, to tear down some of the misconceptions that surround scotch. We’re all about providing a “scotch-ucation” (scotch + education) to regular guys like us. Guys who are curious about scotch whisky. Guys who want to know how it’s made, why it’s made, why it has flavors in it, and maybe even how to save a few bucks by avoiding some of the over-hyped and overrated scotches. So as we take a journey into learning about scotch, we want you to join us. Have a scotch you love? Tell us about it. Have a review you’d like to share? Do. Know of a scotch you’d like us to try before you go spending your hard earned money on it? Give us a name and an age and we’ll see what we can do!

Here’s to #scotchucation, #CNPF reviews, and #SingleMaltScotch goodness!!

Slainte Mhath!!!

3 thoughts on “Why we’re here

  1. You asked….”What do you think of when you hear the word “SCOTCH”?” Well let me tell you what my dear departed father would have said. “Any man that that drinks SCOTCH can kiss a skunk on the ass.” I mean no disrespect. It’s Just I have run to many a man over the years that believe SCOTCH WHISKY ain’t worth getting a glass dirty. Can you help me out with this?


    1. Hi John! We’ve definitely heard of different opinions when it comes those who love Scotch and those who love to hate Scotch. Are you looking for a recommendation as to a type of Scotch to get started out with? You can email us at scotchnsniff@gmail.com and we can try our best to find something that you would enjoy by going through some simple questions. In the end, it does take a certain appreciation to enjoy certain whiskies. We, by all means, don’t enjoy everything that we’ve run across, but do appreciate the craft of creating the whisk(e)y and the hard work that all these men and women go through. We’ll look forward to hearing from you soon!


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