Category Distillery visits
Myself and Tom Thomson spend the day in whisky geek heaven…
Meeting The Whisky Pilgrim and my thoughts on Fettercairns branding.
I have always been a fan of the process. Its always nice to make time to do something right. Whether its making fresh coffee rather than just an instant, having a proper wet shave with soap and a brush or sitting down to write with pen and paper as I am doing just now. Being […]
I must admit that starting to tour distilleries was what really pushed my passion to a new level. The actual process of making the whisky itself really doesn’t change that much from distillery to distillery but seeing the variation in building design, still shapes, mash tuns etc is what excites me. The more you see, […]
Several months ago I was lucky enough to be shown around at Royal Brackla distillery. Its always been a favourite, mostly because its just along the road from my in-laws and it always reminds me of time spent up North. Royal Brackla is owned and operated by John Dewar and Sons. It is situated near […]
A look at 3 distillery exclusive single cask releases from Wemyss Malts.
Earlier this week I spent a massively enjoyable day at Dewars World of Whisky at Aberfeldy Distillery. A great place to visit and I hope to be back again in future. Thanks to all the staff at the distillery for a great day and for […]