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    Admin, 10:24 | 15-05-2013 | Comment (0)

    Camus Cognac is a brand of cognac that has been produced by five generations of the Camus family, since 1863 when Jean-Baptiste Camus organized a group of producers to sell a high quality cognac under the brand 'La Grande Marque'.

    Admin, 04:14 | 13-05-2013 | Comment (0)

    Some Cognacs are called “Napoleon” as an indication of the age of the Cognac, but history is murky about Napoleon’s involvement with Cognac, if any. The story goes like this….


    Admin, 09:37 | 10-05-2013 | Comment (0)


    Brandy is the name used for a wide range of potable spirits, made mostly from grape wines but sometimes also from other fruits (for fruit brandies see Eaux-de-Vie). The name brandy is a shortened form of brandywine, which an anglicized form of Dutch brandewijn, which means 'burnt wine'.


    Admin, 10:05 | 18-04-2013 | Comment (0)

    The Bunnahabhain Distillery (pronounced Boon-a-havn and meaning rivermouth in Gaelic) was built in 1881 on the north-eastern tip of the enchanting isle of Islay

    Admin, 09:19 | 15-04-2013 | Comment (0)

    The 12 year old distillery bottling of Aberfeldy, which Royal Mile Whiskies' Director Keir gave a top score when he tasted it blind in the Scottish Field Merchants Challenge: "Toothpaste and green apple skins on nose. More apple skins, quite waxy. Good."