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Since it first opened in 1995 the Arran Distilling Co has operated out of its distillery in Lochranza, on the northern coast of the Isle ..read more
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Our 20th anniversary celebrations continue! Along with a host of exclusive birthday bottlings – with more to come through the year – ..read more
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After 2018’s super-early April announcement of Diageo’s annual Special Releases collection surprised everyone, we’ve been wondering ..read more
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It’s hot. Like, really hot. And not only in all the places that normally complain about it being hot, but also here in merry England. ..read more
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In the big register of national drink days there are some that fall at strange times of year, but National Mojito Day (today – 11 July) ..read more
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In April 1999, a single click of a mouse kicked off a new venture for Sukhinder and Rajbir Singh – they registered thewhiskyexchange.com ..read more
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When you go to a restaurant the food can have amazing flavours, evoke memories and make you feel a range of emotions, but it’s an ..read more
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It’s the summer of rum here at The Whisky Exchange. Our new rum classification is up and we’ve had a rum takeover on our website – ..read more
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Or; Exploring Rum – X Marks the Tot Given its hugely diverse nature – in terms of flavour, geography and production methods – rum has ..read more
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WHAT KIND OF RUM ARE YOU? Historically, rum has been defined by its colour – white, golden and dark. Colour can be misleading though, and ..read more

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