Monday, March 03, 2008

Live life the Bowmore way

As you might know, this year is a leap year, which means that a few days ago, February 29, only occurs every four years. In Sweden, this is called a Scottish year, and that was the Scottish day. Which brings me to... scotch.

Bowmore is many people's favorite single malt. It's produced on Islay, which means that it's very smokey and peaty. Personally, I like my whisky a bit softer and smoother, but I do like a variety called Bowmore Enigma. Anyway, enough about that. Bowmore has recently launched a new site, called The Bowmore Way, that does a nice job of positioning the brand.

Here's a small video clip from them - there are lots more on the website, with useful tips like how to prevent garlic breath, or how to fold a rose napkin. That's life, the Bowmore Way!

4 comments:

christie said...

I love your blog...your are a great foodie! I am so ready to make the yellow cake with banana...etc with grapes on top...looks divine and sounds delicious!

Chris said...

Ses vi den 12:e?
Hoppas allt är bra

Anonymous said...

Hej!
Fast Skottår har ju inget med Skotte el Skottland att göra?
(sedan säger man ju skotte/skotsk och inte skott, det heter ju skottår och inte skotteår)

Ordet skott betyder "något som skjutits in"
Ha det bra!
Tack för en bra matblogg!

Anne said...

Nej, det har såklart inget alls med Skottland att göra, jag försökte bara vara lite lustig. :)