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Highland Park 12

Last week I reviewed the Highland Park 15, the least loved of the Orkney distillery’s regular line and apparently marked for extinction. Today I have its younger sibling, the Highland Park 12, an altogether better known and more popular whisky (though not the youngest in Highland Park’s range anymore). 406 more words

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Great Northern Distillery to open in January

The Great Northern Distillery will be up and running by January.

That’s according to new owner John Teeling, who bought the former Great Northern Brewery site from Diageo last year. 221 more words

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Tullibardine - a flying visit

Alas, the day we were shooting down the A9 there was no time to stop and stare…but I just had to drop into Tullibardine as it was so close to the main road. 352 more words


Ardmore 25, 1988 (Gordon & Company)

Ardmore, as you probably know, is one of the few distilleries in the Speyside known for peated malt—though it is rarely smoky to the extent of the peated Islays and others of that ilk. 421 more words

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No Swimming!! - Ardbeg Corryvreckan - Dram 54.

#Dram 54 – Ardbeg Corryvreckan

Another stunner from Ardbeg. Named after the largest whirlpool in Europe, the Corryvreckan is a treacherous patch of sea of the scottish coast and is volatile and violent. 324 more words


Bruichladdich Distillery

Just after Bowmore, we continued the 2014 Scotland Trip with a very much anticipated visit to the Bruichladdich Distillery. I had tasted Brucihladdich The Laddie Ten and enjoyed it, we were sold by the turquoise box and the “Progressive Hebridean Distillers” moniker that they were touting. 537 more words


Dalwhinnie ho!

I was really happy to travel up the A9 and finally get to the home of the ‘honey malt. And what a beautiful October day it was! 284 more words