1. What Is The Oldest Whisky In The World?

    What Is The Oldest Whisky In The World?

    Whisky-making has been an integral part of Scottish history for hundreds of years. Hundreds of distilleries have come and gone over the years, with many being closed due to fires, wars, and Prohibition. Many distilleries survived these events but still went through stints of going in and out of production. Therefore, it is pretty tricky to work out what the oldest Scottish whisky distillery is, with various distilleries having credible claims to the title.
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  2. Whisky Regions of Scotland

    Whisky Regions of Scotland

    When it comes to Whisky, Scotland can be divided into six very distinct regions. Let's learn more about each one:
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  3. The Story of Johnnie Walker

    The Story of Johnnie Walker

    Now recognised worldwide, as one of the largest and most famous whisky brands in the world, the story of Johnnie Walker is the ultimate tale of passion and determination. From a small farm near Kilmarnock, Scotland, Johnnie Walker and his son Alexander transformed their small, humble whisky business into the global success you see today.
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  4. How To Taste Whisky

    How To Taste Whisky

    Are you considering hosting a whisky tasting party? Have you ever wanted to “wow” your friends with your vast knowledge and ability to taste and describe whisky? Or are you simply looking for how to develop your appreciation of the drink? Whatever you are looking for, we are here to help. Let us talk you through the techniques to help you savour whisky like a seasoned pro. After reading through our handy guide, you will be showing off your tasting skills like a regular whisky guru.
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  5. Whisky or Whiskey: What's the Difference?

    Whisky or Whiskey: What's the Difference?

    You say “Whisky” and I say “Whiskey”…but why is that?
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  6. Ardbeg Corryvreckan Review

    Ardbeg Corryvreckan Review

    Combining spirit aged in French oak casks alongside classic Ardbeg aged within ex-bourbon American oak casks, we are given a bottling that is as mysterious as the natural phenomena of which it gains its name.
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  7. How To Store Whisky

    How To Store Whisky

    Whether or not you treat whisky collecting as an investment opportunity or a hobby, it's important that you keep your bottles in the best possible shape. Keeping the bottle, label, box, and, of course, the golden nectar itself safe are crucial in keeping a good collection.
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