Monthly Archives: July 2011
There are a few times in everyone’s lives that really punctuate the personal history of each individual. Life is measured by these auspicious moments. Pre and post that first day of school at age 5; pre and post that first … Continue reading
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society has a place very dear in my heart. Its where I first learnt to appreciate fine Single Malt Scotch whiskies. It served as whisky highschool and university for me, and its where my love for … Continue reading
Recently several news items have caught my eye. Firstly the story last week about a huge explosion in the UK, thought to be the result of a counterfeit vodka distilling operation gone horribly wrong (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-14188297). Then today a story about … Continue reading
The boys at High West have balls. Firstly they chose to base themselves out of Park City…. Utah. Yes Utah – a state hardly renowned for its alcohol tolerance – in fact on a list of places NOT to start a business dealing in … Continue reading
A warm summer evening, steak on the grill and sun setting through the trees. What better way to relax, clear the mind of the ordinary, hum-drum concerns of the day? A perfect time to enjoy a fine cask aged spirit. … Continue reading
Jim Beam Devils Cut launched recently to the sound of deafening silence, in fact the first I heard or saw of this product was when I discovered it on the shelves of my local liquor store. I have to confess, … Continue reading
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