This may go down in history as an all time savage move.
He starts the video off by saying he had a fairly successful week and he’s going to drink to his accomplishments.
He also states he’s celebrating because his wife is also leaving him.
She pops in and out through the entire video grabbing items and browsing for other item that may be hers.
The man gives no reasoning for her leaving so it is definitely a little uncomfortable picking a side because you do not know what led to this point.
For all we know it could all be his fault and he’s the jerk in the situation but for someone to sit there and review scotch while their wife is packing her things in the background has to be up there in the all time savage department.
The review itself was on point. He was able to hit the scotch on all notes and I can confirm I am a buyer of that scotch now due to his poetic review.
In the end I hope he works things out but if it wasn’t for this savage video I would have never found my favorite scotch.
In the video description he stated:
“One of my all-time favorites, it’s a peaty, smokey, delicious experience if you appreciate peat, and it’s totally disgusting if you don’t like peat”
As I go back and forth to this video to create this article I just noticed something. The video was posted back in July of 2015.
Since then this man has posted hundreds…. maybe thousands on new videos.
None of them show off his wife who left him so it looks like the marriage actually fell through as this man reviewed a beverage.
Just the way that comes off the tongue is savage.
HE REVIEWED SCOTCH DURING HIS WIFE LEAVING! haha so great.
It took as while for the video to go viral but it looks like this may launch this mans review career into another dimension.
He currently has 3.2 thousand followers.
Every refresh it goes up a few so at this time next year he should have double PewDiePie if my math is correct.
The main difference between scotch and whisky is geographic, but also ingredients and spellings.
Scotch is whisky made in Scotland, while bourbon is whiskey made in the U.S.A, generally Kentucky.
Scotch is made mostly from malted barley, while bourbon is distilled from corn.
If you’re in England and ask for a whisky, you’ll get Scotch. But in Ireland, you’ll get Irish whiskey.
On this side of the pond, we have our own local color, too. The difference between Tennessee Whiskey, like Jack Daniel’s, for example, and Bourbon is that after the spirit is distilled, Tennessee Whiskey is filtered through sugar-maple charcoal.
This filtering, known as the Lincoln County Process, is what distinguishes Tennessee Whiskey from your average Bourbon, like Jim Beam.
The name, Bourbon, comes from an area known as Old Bourbon, around what is now Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Here’s the video: