Cheaper by the Dram Review

I have had a few business’s over the years and like lots of people some have been a disaster and others have been pretty decent overall. None have killer run away successes allowing me a life of never worrying about money again but have you ever seen something and just wished you had thought of […]

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Seaweed & Aeons &Digging & Fire 10 Year Old

It’s about time to give Bunnahabhain a break and consider something else from the same island. With 9 (Ardnahoe being the newist) working distilleries on the island their is always a lot of official releases to choose from. While this wasn’t always the case the single malt market makes up the bulk of sales from […]

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Council to take over historic Chivas Site

I have lived in and around Glasgow and Paisley for the last 10 years and even before enjoying whisky I would travel past the Chivas building in Paisley regularly. Sitting between a college and an out of town shopping centre the architecture clearly showed success and opulence. I have added to my list of potential […]

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Bunnahabhain Moine

This one should have gone out last week but you know with F1 being back, work to pay the mortgage and family time to factor in something was bound to be missed. I still have a long long list of DIY jobs to do as well rather than sitting here but oh well. From a […]

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Bunnahabhain Billowing Embers 1997

From something very new last time to something which has been kept on a dusty shelf for years. The 1997 single cask from one of my favourite bottles Wemyss was bottled in 2012. As with all their single cask bottles it was bottled at 46% ABV with natural colour and no chill filtering. Weymss’s single […]

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Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dha

So from a long standing core range stable to a brand new limited edition release. The Toiteach a Dha is what Bruichladdich would call a Second Edition. The first Toiteach (pronounced Toch-ach ah-ghaa) came out 7 years ago and was a smoky fruity young whisky and this is a newer reimagined version for 2020. When […]

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Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old

With us about to enter July and apparently “summer” what would be a better time to start a fortnight long run of Bunnahabhain to start a month long piece on Islay? Literally any other time would be the answer but as is becoming a habit I have lots on my mind with that Island. I […]

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