Men in Kilts series inspired you to try whisky? Here are 6 products you can try out

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Fans of Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish‘s new STARZ show Men in Kilts will know that the men travel around Scotland and show off the wonders of their homeland. In the first episode of the series, the men explore food and drink, which includes whisky. They even made a video to help beginners learn more about the amber drink.

If Men in Kilts has inspired you to start trying out whisky, we have some great tools to help you get started.

Check out the six products to help you get started on your whisky journey.

1. On The Rocks Set; $36

Discover Arra David and Anne Johnson's On the Rocks whisky tumblers and stones kit on Uncommon Goods.

Discover Arra David and Anne Johnson’s On the Rocks whisky tumblers and stones kit on Uncommon Goods.

When it comes to drinking whisky, you’ll need an excellent tumbler to hold the liquid. Also, some people drink it on ice or whisky stones. These stones are hand-crafted in New England by Arra David and Anne Johnson. Some people prefer stones over ice, so the whisky isn’t diluted. This set comes with two tumblers, six stones, and a handmade tray so you can sit back in front of the fire and enjoy your drink.

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2. Scottish Whisky Tasting Set; $85

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Discover Karen Sommerville, Tom Young, and Team’s Scottish Whisky Tasting Set on Uncommon Goods.

When going to a whisky distillery, they will usually have a tasting set of tools to help you experience the drink differently. Adding water can help bring out different molecular properties, while the shape of the glass can affect the experience. This set includes a blown dropper, a holder made from whisky barrels, and a thistle glass, so you’re all ready to go.

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3. Personal Whiskey & Water Decanter; $28

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Discover Uncommon Goods’ Personal Whiskey & Water Decanter.

Once you figure out how you like to drink your whisky, you can get different tools to help with that experience. If you find that you want a bit of water in your drink, this decanter will make that combination a breeze. In the center is the whisky, which comes out one spout while the water comes out another. This way, you can control how much water you add without having to go to the kitchen. Not only will this make a better drink, but it will also look great on your bar cart.

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4. Infinity Whiskey Blending Kit; $48

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Discover Uncommon Goods’ Infinity Whiskey Blending Kit.

Want to try blending your whisky? Now you can with this kit that helps you decide flavor profiles thanks to the handbook provided, track what you have been mixing, and measure all your ingredients. Treat yourself to your blend or gift it to someone else. This kit will keep you experimenting with your favorite drink.

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5. The Whiskey Lover’s Tea Towel; $14

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Discover Stuart Gardiner’s whisky lover’s tea towel on Uncommon Goods.

When creating a whisky drink, you want to make sure you are fully ready. You’ve got your glass, stones, whisky, and now you need accessories. This Whiskey Lover’s Tea Towel will look great in your bar area and educate you as well. Discover how whisky is made, how it differs in regions, and recipes for classics like an Old Fashioned or a Manhattan.

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6. Single Malts of Scotland Tasting Map; $25

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Discover Dave Selden’s single malt whisky map of Scotland on Uncommon Goods.

Since Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish are traveling around Scotland, why can’t you? This map will help you explore the region through single malt whisky. Track where your whisky comes from by scratching off the area on the map. You can also mark what you thought of each with the flavor wheels.

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