The Tasting Panel magazine

June 2018

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78  /  the tasting panel  /  june 2018 U.S. DEBUT OMAR, which draws its name from the Gaelic word for amber, gets its color from aging in ex-American bourbon casks. Though OMAR phonetically sounds like "black horse" in Taiwan, it translates more closely to "black sheep" in English. OMAR is produced at the Nantou Distillery in Taiwan's mountainous Nantou County. The BLACK HORSE Rides Stateside TAIWANESE WUNDERKIND OMAR WHISKY IS POISED TO DOMINATE THE AMERICAN MARKET by Mara Marski

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