Tag Archives: distillery

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A Look Around Brora Distillery

Last month I had the pleasure of being shown around the old Brora Distillery. Fantastic to look round the warehouses and wander amongst the silent buildings imagining the life that was once there. 

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Claxtons Auchroisk 25

Independant bottlers Claxtons return with a 25 y.o Auchroisk single cask bottling.

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Dewars World of Whisky @ Aberfeldy Distillery

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 […]

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Dallas Dhu

Spent a pleasant afternoon looking round Dallas Dhu distillery last week. The distillery hasn’t been operational since 1983 so it means you can have a good look round and get right up close to all the equipment, look inside stills and wash backs and climb inside kilns and mills. Dallas Dhu is owned by Historic […]

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The Spey Distillery

After a chance twitter exchange I found myself heading along to visit The Speyside Distillery.    Located close to Drumguish, just a short trip from Kingussie, this relatively small distillery which opened in 1990 produces about 600,000 litres of spirt every year, taking its water from the nearby river Tromie. Its always fantastic to be […]

Visiting Ben Nevis Ditillery

I was lucky enough recently to get a private tour around Ben Nevis distillery.    Ive been past many times and never had the time to pop in and look around so when a family friend thoughtfully arranged for me to get a tour I jumped at the chance. The staff were knowledgable and very […]

Bladnoch rises…

Reportedly Bladnoch Distillery has been (finally) bought over and production will resume in future. An Australian businessman has bought the firm for an undisclosed amount and intends to resume production.    Good news for me as I do enjoy a Bladnoch from time to time and I’m starting to run a little low…