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While festive trends pass, The Balvenie remains the same. Discover the rare crafts continuing to underpin The Balvenie 

Every year the damp and cold of a Glasgow autumn brings out the sweet warmth of Auchentoshan American Oak.

The tradition was cemented after a small group of Burns’ friends gathered together simply to eat haggis and recite his poetry on his 5th birthday after his death.

It was 2004, Facebook had just been launched, the Da Vinci Code was the world’s best-selling book and the Olympics were held in Athens. What were you doing 12 years ago?

WHO IS THE MAN ON THE LABEL?

The publication of a book last Autumn created a serious stir amongst the whisky community.

Nothing is more simple than greatness; indeed to be simple is to be great" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Bowmore is not only home to the No.1 Vaults - Scotland's oldest maturation warehouse - but it is also one of the few distilleries which still produces its own floor malted barley, hand-turned by tr

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PRE-WAR MORTLACH COULD FETCH £20,000

A 60-year-old bottle of Mortlach single malt, distilled in 1938 and bottled in 1999, could fetch up to £20,000 when it is auctioned by Sotheby’s ne

THE RESURRECTION OF PORT ELLEN AND BRORA

09 October 2017 by Richard Woodard

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