The sound of whisky
The inviting glow of golden straw, or rich burnt amber in a glass. The sudden rush of deeply entrenched memories triggered by the subtle aroma of strawberries, woodsmoke or a pine forest in the rain. A creamy mouthfeel, delicate spices or an unexpected waxiness on the palate. And the sensation of nursing a Society copita in your hand, rolling the dram around to admire the thick tears clinging to the inside of the glass.
Whisky can stimulate each of our senses in profound ways. But how about the sound of what’s in our glass? We thought we’d try to capture the sonic sensations from a Society bottling, from opening the packaging through to pouring the dram.
Put your headphones on, relax and enjoy the sound of a Society whisky.