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New release: Royal Salute 21 Year Old Beach Polo Edition

Royal Salute has just unveiled this year’s release in its annual Polo Collection: Royal Salute 21 Year Old Beach Polo Edition. 

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Glengoyne 10 Year Old ‘Spring Blossoms at Glengoyne’ Limited Edition tin

The Glengoyne distillery has recently collaborated with Glasgow School of Art graduate John Lowrie Morrison OBE (otherwise known as “Jolomo”) to produce the third release in a series of specially commissioned seasonal paintings which are inspired by the distillery. This third release, … Continue reading

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Introducing two new Australian single malts by the Corowa Distilling Co: First Drop and Bosque Verde

In New South Wales, sitting to northern side of the Murray River just over the boarder with Victoria, is Corowa Whisky & Chocolate. About eight and a half years ago Corowa decided it wanted to make whisky, but it was … Continue reading

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Wild Turkey Longbranch: alright alright alright!

Eddie Russell nostalgically recalls his first taste of bourbon straight from the barrel at the Wild Turkey distillery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. It was a few decades ago, and he jokes that the sensation of the bourbon shooting through his veins … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Gin Distillery

Gin’s dark history Whilst each spirit category has an interesting history, the history of gin is probably the darkest and most morbid. Gin, with its core ingredients being juniper and alcohol, can trace its roots back to the Dutch drink genever. The … Continue reading

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Private tour of the Glen Grant distillery with Dennis Malcolm

On Tuesday 12 June 2018 I woke up to a delicious Scottish breakfast of haggis, black pudding, eggs, mushrooms and bacon; much needed sustinance to fuel my final day in Speyside. With the packing done, we said our farewells to … Continue reading

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Private tour of Glenfiddich distillery and tasting at The Balvenie distillery

After travelling past Loch Lomond, Ben Nevis, Glencoe and Loch Ness, with a short pit stop in the seaside village of Lossiemouth, I thought I had seen the best of mainland Scotland. That was until my visit to a few … Continue reading

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