Press Release: The GlenAllachie 30 Year Old

Batch 1 of The GlenAllachie 30-year-old Cask Strength single malt is the latest creation from world-renowned Master Distiller, Billy Walker The GlenAllachie 30 Year Old Hot on the heels of winning the World’s Best Single Malt award (World Whiskies Awards, 2021), The GlenAllachie Distillery is launching its oldest and most prestigious core offering yet: The … Continue reading Press Release: The GlenAllachie 30 Year Old

Tasting Notes: The Singleton Of Glendullan – Select (Game Of Thrones – House Tully)

When HBO and Diageo announced that they were going to release a collection of single malts to coincide with the final series of Game of Thrones, the excitement was palpable. When they stated that there were going to eight single malts the next questions were: which distilleries, when and how much? The release that surprised … Continue reading Tasting Notes: The Singleton Of Glendullan – Select (Game Of Thrones – House Tully)

Tasting Notes: Cardhu – Gold Reserve (Game Of Thrones – House Targaryen)

Chances are, if you’ve come to this read this post, then you will know of the collaboration between Diageo and HBO to launch a collection of scotch whiskies to coincide with the final series of Game of Thrones. If you are familiar then scroll on down but, for the uninitiated however... before the final season … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Cardhu – Gold Reserve (Game Of Thrones – House Targaryen)

Beyond The Dram With Glen Affric: Barrel-Aged Beers (Part 4: IPA)

This is the fourth and final instalment in a series of posts about the influence of whisky barrels on a beer. Once a cask’s life of housing whisky is over, it’s still not curtains for that barrel and we have looked at how they have then gone on to influence different styles of beers, courtesy … Continue reading Beyond The Dram With Glen Affric: Barrel-Aged Beers (Part 4: IPA)

Tasting Notes: Mortlach – 15 Years Old (Game Of Thrones – Six Kingdoms)

The marriage between Diageo and HBO’s Game Of Thrones (‘GoT’) series has been something of a whirlwind for the crossover of GoT and whisky fans. It started in the run up to the final TV series, with the White Walker - a Cardhu and Clynelish-led Johnnie Walker blend that was designed to be served from … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Mortlach – 15 Years Old (Game Of Thrones – Six Kingdoms)