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Sampling Single Malt Scotch

I spent quite some time enjoying Scotch before I began to understand that there was a technique to sampling the wondrous spirit. I’m far from being an expert, but for those who stumble upon this blog and know less than … Continue reading

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A conversation between Spirit and Oak

A single malt scotch owes much of its flavour and personality to the oak casks it is matured in. Historically, different woods were used, but it is now law that the casks must be oak, a robust wood that can be heated … Continue reading

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Glenmorangie: three expressions

Glenmorangie (rhymes with orangey; glen-MORANG-ie) is a Highlands distillery in Tain, Ross-shire, Scotland, and the distillery’s mineral-rich waters are supplied by the Tarlogie Springs; which, according to Glenmorangie’s website, imparts unique flavours to the product. I’ve heard that Glenmorangie is … Continue reading

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