Falling in Love with an Island Guest writer and Islay Whisky Academy Kinship Host, Neill Murphy shares his love of Islay – and our whisky,
WHISKY AFFINITY (c) Thig còmhla rinn gu Acadamaidh Uisge Beatha Ile Join us in the Heart of Scotch Whisky Kinship **************************** From the Home
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXwTEEX7NPo Dreaming of Islay Whisky mini vid #WHISKYAFFINITY A mini taster video showing the Whisky Making process from Barley to Scotch. Each stage in the
Tasting Notes: Bruichladdich Private Cask No: 0737 Sherry cask. Age 16 years. 50% abv. Colour: Tawney Brown. Red russet umber. Thin tinkle into glass.
Cork or Screw Top? Plastic and screw cap are only used and considered because they are cheaper. Not at all because they are
Glassware: Does it really matter? Glasswear. Does it really matter…? Well, YES. And no! There is not one type of glass for enjoying whisky – because we enjoy
Octomore 10.2 from Bruichladdich OCTOMORE 10.2 from Bruichladdich. 8 YO. 96.9 ppm. 56.9% abv Tasting Notes done in Bowmore on Saturday 4th April 2020 –
Celebrating Scotch Distilleries make whisky and age it in damp, cavernous warehouses. After storing for 10, 12, 18, 22 years it is bottled and