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It seems that additions to the Ardbeg core range are like buses – nothing for ages, then two in quick succession. I first saw mutterings ..read more
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Whisky is frequently described as being a versatile spirit – often this is simply referring to its incredibly broad range of aromas of ..read more
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Times change. Tastes change. And unless you want to get forgotten by history, sometimes your whisky brand needs to change. We see brand ..read more
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Regardless of how passionately you enjoy drinking (and many prefer the drinking to the thinking), if you’re going to put yourself out ..read more
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When you’re continuingly sampling dozens of whiskies all with broadly similar profiles, there’s something to be said about giving your ..read more
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Sitting back and waiting for spirit to properly mature is not the plat du jour that it used to be – getting younger stocks out of the ..read more
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There’s a growing symbiotic relationship in whisky which is extending outside of the bounds of the industry itself. We’ll all aware of ..read more
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I’m often asked by my non-whisky friends why I visit so many distilleries. Surely, they say “….they’re all exactly the same, haven ..read more
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Of Islay’s nine distilleries, all are located on the coast save for Kilchoman. Kilchoman is landlocked – it draws 25% of its barley ..read more
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Unicorn (noun): something that is highly desirable but difficult to find or obtain: a mythical animal typically represented as a horse with ..read more

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