Tag Archives: Glenfiddich

Desert Island Drams – Brian Kinsman

This week Brian Kinsman, Master Blender at William Grant and Sons, nominates his Desert Island Dram

Review – The Glenfiddich IPA experiment, or, how the stag learnt to hop (pun intended) 

I’m just going to come out and say it. I’m all for NAS whiskies. However this only on the proviso that they are perhaps a different to a distilleries core range or house style. To use marketing speak I like them to be character-led. Swapping your base level age stated expression for, or introducing, a […]

Spirit of Speyside: Distilled

The weekend of the 9th till the 11th September saw the inaugural Spirit of Speyside:Distilled festival take place in Elgin.  The annual Spirit of Speyside Festival is already well established but this was the first time they had brought many of their exhibitors together under one roof.  Many of these exhibitors were not just whisky […]

Desert Island Drams – Andrew from Undertheflor.com

This weeks Desert Island Dram takes a sideways step into the world of Sherry with Andrew from undertheflor.com

Bottle killing session

Met up with one of my oldest and best friends last night and we managed to successfully kill off a few bottles that have been hanging around for a while as well as a few sample bottles… and some home brewed ale… and a selection of bottles from Fyne Ales… and the contents of a […]

Glenfiddich go ‘Back To The Future’ with The Original

Glenfiddich go ‘Back to the Future’ with a recreation of an old expression.

The Glenfiddich Original Launch Night 

Its a cold night in Glasgow, I’m not long up after a nightshift and I’m trying to navigate myself to Arisaig Restaurant.  Luckily its not far from the station and there is a welcoming drink ready for my as we await the start of the evenings events. The event in question is the Scottish launch […]