Whisky is Too Important to be Taken Seriously (Episode 687: April 1, 2018)20180331230237
Mark GillespieMarch 31, 2018"The Amber Light", "The Angel's Share", @Omar_Fitz, @potstillwhiskey, #fridaynightdram, 1824 Collection, 1824 Series, Adam Park, ADI, Amber, American Distilling Institute, April Fool's, Arctic Circle, Ardnahoe, Ardor, Australia, author, awards, Big Peat, Billy Walker, blending, blind tasting, Bloody Butcher Red Corn Whiskey, blowback, Bluebell Forest, book, book tour, bottling, Bourbon, Box Distillery, British Isles, Buffalo Trace, California, Canada, Cara Laing, Charles Maclean, Chivas Brothers, Chris Leggett, Cornwall, Craft Your Perfect Bourbon, crime, crowdsourcing, CYPB Edition, Dair Ghaelach, Danish, Dave Broom, Davin de Kergommeaux, degenerate, Denmark, Destillerie Nyborg, Detroit, distillery, documentary, Double Cask Range, Douglas Laing & Co., Edrington, film, Fleurieu Distillery, Frank McDonald, Fred Douglas Laing, Fred Laing, fuckers, G.R. Andrews & Son, gang, Glasgow, Glenallachie, gold, Gotemba, Halewood, Ireland, Irish Whiskey, Islay, Isle of Fionia, Jamie Johnson, Japan, Japanese Whisky, Karuizawa, Kentucky, Kickstarter, Kim Møller-Elshøj, Kyoto, Mark Bylok, Matt Hofmann, Mayor Pingree Blue Label, Midleton, movie, Myken Arctic Single Malt, Myken Island, Norway, Norwegian, Nyborg Distillery, Old Malt Cask, Old Particular, Ontario, Peaky Blinder, Peaky Blinders, podcast, Port Ellen, Portland, Pot Still Will, prank, Quercus II, Quest Collection, Remarkable Regional Malts, Roar Larsen, Rock Oyster, Ruby, Sadler's, San Diego, Scallywag, Scandinavian, Scotch Whisky, Scotland, Seattle, Shyamal Ramachandran, Sienna, Speyside, Sport Dram, Stewart Laing, Suntory, Sweden, That's Dram Good, The Gauldrons, The Macallan, The Way of Whisky, The Whisky Topic, Timorous Beastie, Tokyo, Travel, travel retail, Triple Cask Matured Range, Valentine Distilling, Virginia Distillery Company, W.L. Weller, Westland, whiskey, whisky, Wonderful World of Whisky Show, Wood Hat Spirits, workout, Xtra Old Particular0 comments
Scotland’s Douglas Laing & Co. is celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2018, and for many of those years, the Laing family has taken a light-...
Episode 426: May 25, 201320130525223410
Mark GillespieMay 25, 20131824 Series, Amber, An Cnoc, anCnoc, Andrew Nelstrop, Andrew Walker, Andy Watts, attorney general, auction, author, Barbara Townsend, Bill Ricker, Billy Stitchell, Bob Townsend, book, Bowmore, British, Bruichladdich, Buffalo Trace, Caol Ila, collecting, cooper, coronation, counterfeit, Creative Whisky Company, Devin Cross, English Whisky Company, Erik Burgess, Exclusive Malts, fake, Feis Ile, Fred Minnick, Gavin Smith, Glenrothes, gold, Great Britian, Harold Wilson, Highland Park, Iain MacArthur, Ileach, illustrator, Islay, Islay Festival of Malt & Music, Ivo Fanotti, Jim Martin, Jim McEwan, John Major, Julia Nourney, Knockdhu, Kris Comstock, Lagavulin, Macallan, Malted Muse, Manse Brae, Margaret Thatcher, Master of Malt, McTears, Miner's Delight Inn, Murray McDavid, New Jersey, Nick Morgan, North British, Octomore, Peter Arkle, Port Charlotte, Prime Minister, Queen Elizabeth, Remy Cointreau, retirement, Rothes, Rothes House, Ruby, shortage, Sienna, Spirit of Toronto, weather, Wyoming1 comment
The annual Islay Festival of Malt & Music gets underway this weekend, and they’ll be celebrating more than just whisky on Islay this week. B...
Episode 423: May 4, 201320130504181224
Mark GillespieMay 4, 20131824 Series, ABV, Alpha, ALS, Ancient Ancient Age, Andrew Laing, Basil Hayden, Beam, Benjamin Herrera, Big Peat, Bob Dalgarno, Bonhams, Buffalo Trace, Canadian Club, Cara Laing, Colorado, craft distillers, Denver, Douglas Laing, family, Four Roses, Fred Laing, George Washington, Glenkeir, Glenlivet, Heaven Hill, horse, horse racing, Hunter Laing & Co., Ian Macleod Distillers, India, Jim Beam, KDA, Kentucky, Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Distillers Association, Kilbeggan, Knob Creek, Lalique, Laphroaig, Larry Kass, Loch Fyne Whiskies, Lou Gehrig's Disease, Macallan, Maker's Mark, marathon, Matt Shattock, Michael Blaum, Millennium, Mount Vernon, Old & Rare, Old Grand-Dad, Old Malt Cask, Parker Beam, Parker's, provenance, Richard Joynson, Scott Laing, Single Oak Project, Spirit of Speyside Festival, Spirit of Toronto, Stewart Laing, Stuart MacPherson, Tamdhu, tea, The Glenlivet, The Macallan, The Whisky Shop, valinch, Wall Street, whisky thief0 comments
Family-owned businesses often face obstacles that other companies don’t, and the whisky business is no exception. This week, Fred and Stewart La...
The Macallan Releases Complete 1824 Series Range20130501113908