Octomore 10.4 Virgin Oak is the newest expression released by Bruichladdich. It is also the youngest age statement and the lowest peat level in the Octomore range.
Cooley Distillery is an Irish Whiskey Distillery located on the Cooley peninsula in County Louth, Ireland. John Teeling purchased the old potato alcohol plant in 1985 and, in two years, converted it into Cooley Distillery. In 2011, Cooley was purchased by Beam Inc. and then in 2014, by Suntory and is now a Beam Suntory …
Cameronbridge is a grain whisky distillery founded in 1824 by the Haig family. It is located on the banks of the River Leven, just north of Edinburgh. Although it was founded in 1824, illicit distilling was said to have taken place at Cameronbridge as far back as 1655. Which would make it one of the oldest continuously running distilleries in Scotland and possibly the oldest grain distillery in the world.
We are going back to the Hebridean Isle of Islay again this Whisky Wednesday, and this time we will be visiting Bowmore Distillery on the South Eastern shore of Loch Indaal. Bowmore Distillery is one of the oldest in Scotland. Records show it being established in 1779.
The alchemy of whisky tasting is about exploring the varied expressions and intricate notes that whisky offer. Tasting itself is not only a sensory pleasure but analytical, as the perception of smell can evoke memory and emotion. The harmonics of smell is the intersection of what is discovered through the nuances of sight, smell, taste, and texture.
Part of their range consists of mystery malts and the only clues given are distilling region and the longitude and latitude coordinates of the distillery from which is was created.
Here's all 5 episodes of our Shelter Point Distillery Tour and Interview with distiller Leon Webb.
We frequently hear that a dram a day will extend one’s life, but how much whisky’s medicinal reputation is fact versus lore.
This one is a limited edition celebrating the distillery’s partnership with the golfing’s original Championship.
What is the ideal glass for drinking single malt whisky, some often ask?