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World Whiskey Review

For those that may not know Dominic Roskrow, he is a former editor of Whisky Magazine, one of the largest whisky publications in the world. Today he writes about World Whisky for John Hansell’s magazine, The Whisky Advocate, as well as popular titles like New York Daily. In addition to editing Whiskeria and The Spirits Business, Dominic has also published a number of books. His best in my opinion was released about 18 months or so ago titled, “Worlds Best Whiskies: 750 Drams from Tennessee to Tokyo”.

Dominic’s latest project is an online magazine called World Whisky Review (WWR). This eZine is published through Whisky Connosr, an online whisky community of sorts. Originally intended to focus on whiskey outside of the top-five producing countries/areas around the globe, Dominic quickly recognized the need to feature the occasional article on the exciting U.S. Craft Whiskey scene in WWR.

Enter yours truly. Earlier this year I struck up a conversation with Dom online, and was quite pleased (and very honored) to be invited to contribute an article for his latest project. You can take a look at World Whisky Review HERE. I have an article on white whiskey. Perhaps he’ll invite me back for another contribution, but regardless it was quite fun. Be on the lookout for new WWR releases bi-monthly, with the next one coming before the end of the year.