Waterford’s Luna is another example of what is termed biodynamic whisky. Photo: Waterford Distillery
Explainer | Spirited debate: can biodynamic farming really improve the taste of whisky?
  • Traditional whisky makers have dismissed the providence of barley, or terroir, but biodynamic farming – think organic, but more esoteric – threatens to shake up taste buds
  • Ireland’s Waterford Distillery applied the concept first at Bruichladdich in Islay, which was sold to Rémy Cointreau, then built a distillery in an old Guinness beer factory
8 May 2022 - 6:00AM