How do you say "Laphroaig", "Glen Morangie" or even "Lagavulin". I remember my first tasting of Laphroaig took placed in a bar. I saw the bottle sitting on the shelf, and I knew I wanted to try it. However, I had no clue on how to pronounce the name. I pointed to the bottle and grunted to the bartender instead. Not my smoothest moments.
To save you the embarrassment that I experienced, I came across this nifty website that contains the pronunciation of some of the most commonly used words in the world of scotch. Now, you know how to ask for a glass of "Cragganmore" the next time you are in a bar. For extra bonus points, throw in the Scottish accent too!
You stay classy, fellow readers.