Glen Scotia, one of just three distilleries in Campbeltown, Scotland and was built in the year 1832. 1 of the 5 recognized regions of Scotch whisky production in Scotland
This evening we’ve enjoyed a fabulous range of whisky. And it was worth waiting! I was in for a real treat! Like everyone else I was very curious.
Yes another whiskey tweet tasting. And a fabulous one, I might add. A Bushmills tasting. 5 Beauties in one evening.
Bushmills is named after the city where it is distilled. It has two mills on the banks of the River Bush which runs past the distillery. Bushmills whiskey is still distilled in the Old Bushmills Distillery. This is the world’s oldest whiskey distillery with a license.
This time I enjoyed a lovely and inspiring range of Glen Moray. A promising box with very attractive bottles on the inside.
Their Single malt whisky has been distilled on the banks of the River Lossie since 1897, just outside Elgin, one of Scotland’s oldest towns. (Source: Glen Moray)
On Monday, the 1st of June I took part of a Rum tasting. A tasting hosted by Peter Holland @FloatingRumShac. Also in company by Havana Club Brand Ambassador Meimi Sanchez (@_HavanaClub)
First thought, there goes my Rum virginity. Do I regret this? No, not at all. It was an amazing adventure!
A while ago I received a lovely box with 5 tubes filled with lovely spirits. Rum, Vodka, Gin, Danica Whisky, Danica Whisky Peat.
Like the text says in the beautiful small box; in your hand you have the unique opportunity to explore the inciting universe of this golden liquid.
The Glenlivet Master Distiller, Alan Winchester, proudly presents the Masters Distiller’s Reserve range, a signature collection of three exceptional triple-cask matured single malt whiskies. Available exclusively to international travellers from 1st July 2015, the collection elegantly showcases the unrivalled quality and character that has become part of the signature of The Glenlivet’s classic style – ‘the single malt that started it all’. Continue reading
A Speyside malt will be the toast of an international whisky festival – after being specially selected as the signature drink of its 2015 event. An expression of SPEY from Speyside Distillery single malt has been chosen for Whisky Live Holland’s bottling of the year.
The event – the oldest and largest event dedicated to whisky in the Netherlands – has bought a SPEY 2007 single cask sherry butt which will be bottled at cask strength and sold in limited numbers. Each bottle will have a 2015 festival labelling which will include the cask and bottle number,making it a highly collectible item. Continue reading
A tiny Hebridean island off the coast of Skye is set to become the location of Scotland’s newest distillery.
The multimillion-pound Raasay Distillery and visitor experience centre will be independently owned & operated by R&B Distillers and hopes to open in January 2017, if planning permission is granted later this year.
The development would become the island’s first legal distillery and is expected to generate employment for eleven of the island’s 120 residents.
May 11, my birthday. And what better way, to celebrate this day with a fabulous range of whisky.
In the year 1845, the Distillery got it’s name Glenmorangie and Glenmorangie, is Gaelic for “Valley of Peace”.
This evening, we were all enjoying a fabulous and surprising evening with a range of interesting and mysterious whiskies. Just look at the colors in the picture. This evening was spectacular and very absolutely thrilling.
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to join the others in the “Isle of Arran Distillers Tweet Tasting”. But promised to blog about my findings though.
The tasting was the 22nd of April. From a distance I followed the fellow nippers
And not much later I have written my own findings.