As the end of the year approaches a writers mind starts thinking about writing ‘whisky of the year’ type articles. Now I am not usually one for those types of article, and this year is no different but it just so happens that my review of what I would have named as the best whisky […]
Visiting The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery and enjoying some time in the Blending Room.
Looking at the Glenfarclas 10yo and 25yo expressions, as contained in this months The Dram Team subscription box.
A look around the Berry Bros & Rudd premises in Central London, including a peek into the Berry family private collection.
A (hopefully)comprehensive archive of all my reviews, rants, tasting notes, rambles, visits, tours, pictures and press releases organised alphabetically by distillery name.
A look at 3 distillery exclusive single cask releases from Wemyss Malts.
Looking at the Exceptional Blend and asking if exceptional components add up to exceptional results.
A short Balvenie vertical and some thoughts on an unfairly overlooked brand.
This week Brian Kinsman, Master Blender at William Grant and Sons, nominates his Desert Island Dram
Last night I was lucky enough to attend the Scottish launch of the new Ailsa Bay whisky from William Grant & Sons at Usquabae Bar in Edinburgh. It’s easy to dismiss NAS Whiskies as cheap alternatives and let’s face it, is there a working distillery that doesn’t produce some kind of peated expression as part […]