Review No. 9 – Glenugie 1977 Signatory Vintage 32 Year Old

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Alfred Barnard's wonderfully detailed illustration of Glenugie Distillery (formerly Invernettie), 1887 Distilleries have come and gone in the whisky industry for centuries, and today, in a hugely competitive single malt whisky market, old ones are rejuvenated and new distilleries are being built. Some of these include distilleries with legendary status that fell silent many years … Continue reading Review No. 9 – Glenugie 1977 Signatory Vintage 32 Year Old

J.D. William’s Whisky Bar, Amsterdam

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Another write-up...only a few days after the last!? It's feast or famine right now, folks. I was recently in Amsterdam, so decided to check out a whisky bar. Opted for J.D. William's Whisky Bar which is based in Jordaan, slightly west of the centre, and nestled amongst boutique shops, restaurants, and fresh food markets. Lovely, … Continue reading J.D. William’s Whisky Bar, Amsterdam

Review No. 8 – Dalmore 18 Year Old

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I've not written for a while because of a combination of procrastination, apathy, life, holidays, and work. Multiple excuses, pick yer winner(s). Anyway, back with Review No. 8 and it's Dalmore's 18 Year Old expression from their core range (or, as Dalmore have named it, their Principal Collection - fair enough). In all honesty - … Continue reading Review No. 8 – Dalmore 18 Year Old

The new Highland Park Whisky Shop

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The new Highland Park Whisky Shop in Kirkwall hopes to improve the distillery's presence in the town centre, and benefit from the regular footfall of tourists who visit the Orkney Islands, but cannot always make the short trip to the distillery itself. Aptly opened on the 8th of May, which is International Viking Day. This … Continue reading The new Highland Park Whisky Shop

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Whisky Regions – Part 2

A Wee Introduction to Campbeltown It’s the 1870s, and Campbeltown is booming. A bustling fishing port located on the Kintyre peninsula on the west coast of Scotland, it’s an ideal location to drive Scotland’s tumultuous whisky industry in to the 20th century. The town’s sea loch, proximity to Glasgow, and the previous decades’ steam ship … Continue reading Whisky Regions – Part 2