Whisky Journalists: Jim Murray

There are journalists who specialise in whisky and spirits although today these are somewhat rare given the affordability of WordPress coupled with the eagerness of arseholes like me willing to give an opinion when none was asked for. Of those still alive and working the most well known could be argued is Mr Jim Murray. […]

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The Angels’ Share

The final film this week, completing our movie special is The Angel’s Share. A film which I have to admit I had never heard of before finding it from googling “Whisky Films Fiction”. However, with box office sales of over £4 million and winning the 2012 Jury Prize at Cannes I must have been one of […]

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Film Review: Whisky Galore (2016)

The second whisky film I watched had to be the modern remake of the classic from Tuesday. If you didn’t get a chance to read that article jump back now for the plot and backstory on this timeless classic. In 2016 the remake of Whisky Galore was released with Eddie Izzard as Captain Waggett and […]

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Film Review: Whisky Galore!

I suppose I need to stop banging on about being in lockdown but well we are in lockdown and it is all consuming. It has however led to a new feature and this week is going to be film week. Three articles out this week and all three will be reviews of fictional films. The […]

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Glen Moray 12 Year Old – 1980s

Whisky is made to be drunk. A short phrase so often said but actually the reality is a small quantity is actually made for investment. I mean, I doubt anyone at Edrington expects these silly priced limited edition bottles to ever be opened. Perhaps they are even banking on that fact when they make up […]

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