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Nayeem Ahmed
Jul 17, 2022
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For Haruki Murakami, who loves to taste whisky, whisky is a romantic word that can bring happiness. For the distillery craftsmen who make whisky, whisky is a life mission that brings happiness and creates happiness. Flipping with simplicity, baking with enthusiasm, feeling intuitively, and innovating with talent, the four craftsmen from The Balvenie Whiskey put their lives in every drop of whisky and create the legend of The Balvenie with one heart and one art, telling the story of "If we Life is Whiskey" story. Craftsman Perseverance: 44-year veteran wheat turning master - Robbie Gormley 01_Robbie_Gormley_V2 Robbie Gormley inspects a grain of malt in his photo retouching service hand at The Balvenie Distillery. This is the most famous Speyside region in Scotland with the largest number of distilleries. This Balvenie whisky distillery is in the town of Duff. No, it should be said that it is the only place in the Scottish Highlands that still uses traditional ground germination techniques. The huge factory is covered with malt after another, like a full wheat field. The warm afternoon sun outside the window shines into the factory, and the lazy air is filled with the faint aroma of grains. Robbie and his apprentices Roy Duffus and Matthew Paterson is immersed in the caramel-colored winery, ready to use his more than 40 years of malting experience to teach his apprentices an important lesson: judging whether the malt has hatched. The grains of wheat before germination have undergone dozens of hours of deep baptism. The practice of The Balvenie Whisky Distillery is to first soak the barley in mountain spring water for 26 hours, then drain it for 23 hours, and then the turner must keep stirring the barley to maintain th
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