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Episode 318: May 29, 201120110528211832
Mark GillespieMay 28, 2011auction, author, Balcones, Beam, Bonhams, book, Bourbon, Brimstone, Buffalo Trace, Bullitt, Bunnahabhain, Cairdeas, Canada, China, Chuck Cowdery, Col. E.H. Taylor, David Wishart, Devil's Cut, Diageo, distillery, Early Times, energy, environment, history, Hong Kong, Ileach, Islay, Jim Beam, John Campbell, Johnnie Walker, Kentucky, Laphroaig, Luxco, Mackmyra, Rebel Yell, Shanghai, single malt, Speyside, Sweden, Weller, Whisky Classified0 comments
Chuck Cowdery was writing about Bourbon back in the days when few people were paying attention to America’s Native Spirit, and his work has earn...
Episode 311: April 10, 201120110410131800
Mark GillespieApril 10, 2011Alligator, Antarctica, Ardbeg, Arran, Australia, Belgium, Bernie Lubbers, Blended Scotch, Blogger's Blend, book, Brian Dvorat, charity, David Blackmore, Devil's Cut, Douglas Campbell, earthquake, Ellie Tam, Euan Mitchell, Fernand Dacquin, Ghent, International, Irish, Japan, Jim Beam, Kavalan, Lark, Leiden, Lindores, MacKinlay, Master of Malt, Midleton, Neil Firetog, Shackleton, single malt, Single Pot Still, Spirit of Unity, St. Isidore, Tomatin, Whisky Live0 comments
Belgium is known for its outstanding beers, but the country has three languages, three different cultures, and one sub-culture that unites them…...