The White Label Exchange, or WHIX, is a social media platform which allows Australians to exchange whisky brands and other whisky products for one another.
It is the first Australian whisky exchange and was created to give Australians a way to exchange brands and to exchange ideas, and has become an invaluable tool for social media consumers.
Whisky exchanges have exploded in recent years, particularly in Sydney, with people using WHIX to share recipes and videos with one another, and to share ideas about how to get their favourite whiskies to market.
Whiskies are also increasingly used in online communities, with Whisky Lab, Whisky Forum, Whiskys in the UK, and Whisky Insider, among others, all using WHix to share whisky information.
Whistler, one of Australia’s leading whisky producers, recently partnered with Whiskymoon, a social network which allows members to share their experiences with whisky.
Whiz Momma and her friends started the WhizMomma.com site and the WhiskyMommas.com forum, where they were able to share a range of tips and tricks on how to best sell whisky to people who do not already know what they are talking about.
With the Whistlers, there are now over 1,000 members who have made thousands of posts on the forum, many of which have been shared on the social media site.
The site has also helped bring Whizmommas and WhistlingMommassons into contact with more people who may be interested in whisky.
One of the biggest issues people have faced with the Whittlers was the lack of availability of whisky, which has led to some confusing information being posted online.
A lack of information on how whisky is produced has made it difficult for people to make informed buying decisions.
For example, there have been many posts about the difference between bottlings, whiskies, and other brands.
For those who do want to buy whisky, it is important to be able to get the information they need from trusted sources, and WHIX has been a great help.
The Whistlin’s whisky exchange has also allowed members to connect with other Whistlings who are looking to buy, sell or swap their whiskies for oneanother.
One Whistinger posted that his brother-in-law had just purchased two bottles of Whisky Mommas bottlings and had sent them to him.
The next day, his brother emailed him to say that he had received two bottles from his brother, which confirmed that he did indeed own two bottles.
This, combined with the site’s general ease of use, has helped many people, particularly new members, to get started trading.
Some Whisklers have also become very active on Twitter.
One member wrote: “My friends have just bought a bottle of Whistles and I am now tweeting about it.
Thank you for making this a great site.”
Another Whiskymomma wrote: “#WhiskysMommasse is a great resource for finding a great bottle of whisky.
I just bought this bottle for $35 on @whistler.com.
My brother and I love it.”
Whistlestop is a similar site.
Members can buy whisky from other members or purchase whisky from Whizz Mommasson, who is known to post great deals on his site.
Another WhizzMomman posted: “I am a whisky buyer from Australia and I really enjoy the way this site works.
It’s a great way to find great whisky at great prices.
I love the way it’s easy to search for a great whisky.
The whisky community is a wonderful place to be, and I hope to keep on growing.”
For more information about the WhiskeyMommasses.com website, visit the Whizzmommasses Facebook page.