Admin, 08:55 | 31-07-2013 | Comment (0)
What's in a name? Glenmorangie Port Wood Finish whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glenmorangie Port Wood Finish whiskey, rather than whisky.
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."
Admin, 09:20 | 11-04-2013 | Comment (0)
Macallan was founded in 1824 by Alexander Reid and is located on the Elchies estate, close to the village of Craigellachie, in the Speyside region of Scotland.
Admin, 11:49 | 08-04-2013 | Comment (0)
Glen Grant is one of the top five bestselling Scotch single malt distilleries worldwide. The Campari Group acquired Glen Grant whisky distillery in 2006 for the princely sum of €115m from Chivas Brothers, then under Pernod Ricard ownership