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Whisky Review #89: Glendronach Triple Threat

Ahh Glendronach, how we love thee. When you consider how indifferent the previous owners (Allied Distillers and Pernod Ricard) were with regard to bottling and marketing the distillery’s produce as single malt, it can be safe to say that things would have been very different without the intervention of Billy Walker and the BenRiach Distillery Company. 1,644 more words


Balblair 05 Vintage

As some of you may know, especially if you follow me on twitter, I absolutely love Balblair, the story and history of the distillery, the way they present their bottling’s, and of course, the whisky itself! 850 more words

Glenmorangie Bacalta

This is Glenmorangie’s annual Private Edition for 2017, called Bacalta. It had been matured in first fill bourbon casks and then finished in Madeira casks. Not just any Madeira casks mind you, Glemorangie’s chief whisky wizard, the man behind these weird and wonderful Private Editions, Dr. 287 more words


Glen Albyn 1980 12-year-old, Signatory Vintage

Bought: Whisky Auction, 22nd November 2016

67/100 – Whiskybase (average from 2 member votes)

Yes, I confess I bought this miniature even knowing its poor rating on Whiskybase. 276 more words

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HIGHLAND Rugby Club will celebrate 100 years of playing the game of rugby in Inverness in four years time, but instead of dwelling on its rich history, club president Geoff Begg is more inclined to look to the future. 686 more words


The Scottish Highland Midge - Demon and Saviour of the Wild Places

The Scottish highland midge is probably one of the most numerous  and most cursed of all the highland critters. Often confused with midget, it is most definitely pronounced… 715 more words