Day 1 - An Elemental Trip to Glenglassaugh
One of the biggest disadvantages of being a whisky blogger is that for the vast majority of people it isn't a full time career and as such when invites to events and press trips come up, inevitibly they are difficult for many to attend.
Now In Stores 25th September 2017
I made an attempt to do a full range of Now in Store articles in the past but they were such hard work with tracking them all down then adding them to the system and editing images etc so it fell by the wayside.
The Great Score Debate
There have been hundreds, if not thousands, of debates around the world in all forms of communication about the pros and cons of systems for scoring whisky, this article won’t regurgitate all of that, but it will look at why we don’t do scoring on this site at present, and then it might present a way of scoring whiskies that really is more personal and thoughtful.
A Selection of Campbeltown Malts
Campbeltown used to be one of the biggest areas for the production and distillation of whisky, and it still stirs the hearts of many a whisky enthusiast nowadays.
Benriach Peated and Batch 14 Single Casks (part 1)
The first of a batch of reviews of Benriach expressions opens with one thats been about for a bit and three that are brand new to market.
The GreatDrams of Scotland
Whether neat, mixed, shaken, stirred or on the rocks, people all over the world have been enjoying Scotch - Scotland’s signature tipple - since the 15 th Century.
Four Lovely Lowland Drams
I'm always looking for new and interesting drams to try, and despite having a bit of a backlog of samples and shares to get through this set of drams jumped straight to the front of the queue.
Ardbeg Launches Kelpie to Celebrate Ardbeg Day
Ardbeg is set to bring Islay’s Festival of Music and Malt to a close on Ardbeg Day, the global celebration of the single malt’s untamed spirit.
Bushmills Calls on Whiskey Fans to Honour St Patrick
The oldest licensed distillery in Ireland is calling on whiskey fans to toast to St. Patrick in a bid to honour the world’s most popular saint.
Tomatin Distillery Launch Limited Edition Single Malt Series
Scotch whisky distiller Tomatin has unveiled its hotly anticipated, limited-edition single malt series, Five Virtues.
Bushmills Introduces Bushmills Red Bush
Bushmills Irish Whiskey announces the launch of BUSHMILLS RED BUSH, the newest addition to the range of malt-rich, blended whiskeys. Matured in bourbon casks for a delicate and exceptionally smooth and balanced flavour, the liquid appeals to both bourbon enthusiasts and those new to Irish whiskey.
Glenturret Distillery announce rare 29-year-old single cask
Glenturret Distillery have announced that they will release a rare 29-year-old single cask malt next week named after long-time cooper, Michael Jamieson, who served the Scotch whisky industry for 44 years.
2017 continues to celebrate Benromachs growing success
The Benromach Distillery Company Ltd has unveiled the latest expression in its portfolio, Benromach Sassicaia Wood Finish 2009 – with the number of bottles released for sale double the size of the previous edition, in response to the growing success and worldwide demand for Benromach whiskies.
Glen Moray to Host Spirit of Speyside Festival Dinners for 3rd Year
Glen Moray Single Malt Whisky are delighted to confirm that they will be hosting The Spirit of Speyside Festival Dinners for the third year. The Speyside Festival runs from 27th April – 1st May. Glen Moray is a "Gold Member" of the festival and hosts a number of events during the festival at the distillery.
Irish Distillers introduces Method and Madness
Irish Distillers introduces METHOD AND MADNESS; a new range of experimental super premium whiskeys designed to push the boundaries of Irish whiskey. METHOD AND MADNESS launches with a series of unique whiskeys that underpin a continued commitment by Irish Distillers to experimentation and innovation at the home of Irish whiskey in Midlelton, Co. Cork, Ireland.
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