If you’re a whisky connoisseur, expand your collection by adding a bottle of Mexican whisky to the mix. While Mexico doesn’t have a long history of producing whisky like Scotland or Japan, the industry has really taken off recently, with some delicious casks being produced over the last few years. Buy a bottle of Mexican whisky from House of Malt today for free delivery on orders over £90.
Until recently, Mexico wasn’t a producer of whisky as they focussed their efforts on other popular spirits, most notably tequila. But whisky from Mexico has proven to be popular in recent years, with some new and exciting Mexican whisky brands coming on the market, including Abasolo which you can find here at House of Malt.
Mexican whisky is made from 100% Mexican corn, giving it a delicious and unique flavour. Corn whiskies generally have sweet buttery and floral notes, and Abasolo’s corn whisky has also been aged in virgin oak casks, adding an extra vanilla sweetness
And Mexican isn’t the only type of whisky from the Americas on offer, as we also stock bottles from the United States and Canada. If you’re a fan of Mexican alcohol, make sure to check out our range of Mezcal too. Place your order before 4pm today to get the option of next working day delivery.
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