A paradigm shifting Jura from renowned independent bottlers Cadenheads.
When I saw that The Balmoral hotels whisky bar, Scotch @ The Balmoral, was running a Dalmore and Jura tasting evening I knew it would be worth the trip through. I have been to Scotch before and its an amazing place for any whisky lover to vist. They have over 400 whiskies in stock and […]
Just off the A9 is a former workhorse distillery which has been moving into the single malt market with more than a nod to the vineyards of its owners.
In which we discuss the Douglas Laing Rock Oyster range and find the correct collective noun for oysters.
A preview of the recently released core range from The Glenallachie, featuring 10, 12, 18 and 25 year old expressions.
A (hopefully)comprehensive archive of all my reviews, rants, tasting notes, rambles, visits, tours, pictures and press releases organised alphabetically by distillery name.
Tom Thomson nominates his Desert Island Dram.
Dalmore is certainly an opinion splitter when it comes to whisky enthusiasts. I’ve always been a fan, as much for there slick marketing as for their product. I’ll not ramble on too much as you can read my thoughts on the Dalmore 15 and their branding in general in this previous review. The Dalmore Distillery […]
Meeting The Whisky Pilgrim and my thoughts on Fettercairns branding.
Steve Beal, former Whisky Master with Diageo and Keeper of the Quaich reveals his Desert Island Dram.