No Holiday At Tomatin As New Cù Bòcan Malt is Released20160530145842
Mark GillespieMay 30, 20161988, Cù Bòcan, Graham Eunson, Inverness, Islay, myth, peated, Scotch Whisky, Scotland, Takara Shuzo, Tomatin, vintage0 comments
May 30, 2016 – It may be a bank holiday in the UK, but Tomatin is giving fans of its Cù Bòcan peated single malt an extra reason to celebrate to...
Episode 546: August 1, 201520150801232210
Mark GillespieAugust 1, 2015Abbas Kazerounian, Aberlour, accelerated, administration, Alltech, Andrew Purslow, appellation, Armstrong, Arthur Dobrucki, Australia, Bali, Baroda, Beam Suntory, Bladnoch, boiler, Breton Whisky, Brittany, building code, California, Charles Medley Distillery, Château Léoville Barton, chipotle, Christos Koulizakis, cider cask, class action, consumer, Contrasts, court, Cù Bòcan, Cuatro Series, daughter, Dave Pickerell, David Prior, dismissal, Dueling Barrels, entrepreneur, Eric Gregory, explosion, fatality, fire code, five:am, Florida, food, France, Gavin Hewitt, Glann ar Mor, Glen Garioch, Graham Eunson, Green Spot, Greg Metze, handmade, INAO, Indiana, Indonesia, initiative, inspectors, investigation, Ivan Stoler, James Espey, Jay Rogers, Jean Donnay, Jim Beam, John Houston, John Quinn, judge, Kazerouni Law Group, KDA, Kentucky Distillers Association, Kyle Rogers, Last Drop Distillers, Lawrenceburg, lawsuit, Lexington Brewing & Distilling, Lowlands, Maker's Mark, Martine Donnay, Melbourne, Metze's Select, MGP, MGP Ingredients, O.Z., Old Pogue, Old World, Oregon, Orkney, Owensboro, oxygenation, peppers, Peter Pogue, Pikesville, pony, pressure relief valve, prosecutors, protected geographical indicator, recording, regulators, Revenoor Stills, Rogue, ruling, safety, San Diego, Scapa, Silver Trail Distillery, Skiren, Spencer Balentine, Spey Foundation, State Fire Marshal, surfing, Terrepure, Terresentia, Terry Wilhelm, The Last Drop, The Pogues, Tom Jago, Tomatin, Town Branch, trademark, travel retail, trilogy, Tullamore D.E.W., Tullamore Dew, ultrasonic waves, Vermont, vintage, vinyl, water heater, West Cork Distillers, Whisky Breton, Whistlepig, Wigtown0 comments
Scotland’s Bladnoch Distillery will be 200 years old in 2017, but for more than a year, it was fair to question whether one of the oldest Lowlan...
New Whiskies from Tomatin, Tullamore D.E.W., & The Pogues20150727155507
Mark GillespieJuly 27, 2015Aviation Edition, band, brand name, Contrasts, Cù Bòcan, Dublin Airport, Ger McCarthy, Graham Eunson, Irish Distillers, Irish Whiskey Collection, Kentucky, Maysville, Midleton, music, Old Pogue, Peter Pogue, Powers, rock, The Pogues, Tomatin, trademark, trilogy, Tullamore D.E.W., West Cork Distillers, William Grant & Sons0 comments
July 27, 2015 – It’s that time of year when whisky producers start unveiling their new releases for the fall heading into the holiday gift...
Tomatin Updates Core Range of Single Malts20140424125549
Tomatin Releases Vintage Cù Bòcan20140409094521
Episode 469: March 8, 201420140308222841
Mark GillespieMarch 8, 2014A95, apprentice, Arran, bottles, Bozeman, Brad Halpin, brothers, Brown-Forman, Bulloch, Cardiff, Chivas Brothers, Christopher Winters, Churchill Downs, Daftmill, Danny Williamson, David Lavin, David O. Schuster, Diageo, Donna Nally, Douglas Campbell, Dufftown, earnings, Elizabeth Serage, Exponent, Flower Show, Four Roses, Gaelic, Glen Catrine, Glen Scotia, GlenDronach, Glenglassaugh, Glenmorangie, Graham Eunson, Harris, Harris Distillery, Hearach, High Commissioner, Highland Park, Highlands & Islands, Isle of Harris, Jack Daniel's, Jim Rutledge, Jon Birkbeck, Kentucky Derby, Kevin Lavin, Lexington, Llanfrechfra, Loch Lomond, luxury, Montana, Mortlach, Nick Morgan, Old Forester, Orkney, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PLCB, Portvadie, private equity, profits, Raison Pure, sales, Sandy Bulloch, Scapa, Scottish Government, Scottish Investment Bank, Seattle, Simon Erlanger, Singleton, Sir Albert Richardson, Speyburn, Speyside, Stephanie Buchert, Steve Nally, Sunray, Tailfire, Talisker, Talisker Storm, Tomatin, Tormore, Town Branch, Wales, Washington, Welsh, Westland, Woodford Reserve, Wyoming Whiskey0 comments
Graham Eunson has seen a lot during his career in the Scotch whisky industry. He shed a tear or two when he was assigned to close Scapa and Glendronac...
Episode 462: January 19, 201420140120013851
Mark GillespieJanuary 20, 2014Alberta, anniversary, auction, Barry Wilde, Beam, Black Bull, blender, Bowmore, British Columbia, Business Standard, Calgary, Campbeltown, Canada, Canadian Club, Canadian Whisky Awards, casks, charity, Charity: Water, collector, Colorado, coronation, Cù Bòcan, Dalmore, Dave Mason, David Cox, Dennie Hammer, Denver, Diageo, disaster, Douglas Campbell, Duncan Taylor, Fabien Baron, flooding, Frank McHardy, frustration, Gavin MacLachan, George Grant, Glenfarclas, Gordon & MacPhail, Graham Eunson, Guinness, Harbour Inn, High River, Highwood, Highwood Distillers, Hong Kong, Hotel, Huntly, India, Islay, Jess Graber, Jim Beam, John Lark, Karnataka, Knob Creek, Kyloe, Lalique, Longrow, merger, Michael Urquhart, Morrison Bowmore, Morrison Bowmore Distillers, Mortlach, Office of Fair Trading, Peter Currie, Proximo, record, recovery, regulators, Richard Paterson, Sotheby's, Speciality Drinks, Springbank, Stranahan's, Suntory, Tamnavulin, The Macallan, The Macallan M, Tincup, Tish Harcus, Tomatin, United Spirits, Valerie Bradshaw, Victoria, Victoria Whisky Festival, Vijay Mallya, Whyte & Mackay, wood management0 comments
More coverage of the Victoria Whisky Festival in this bonus edition of WhiskyCast, with details on new and upcoming releases from Springbank, Duncan T...
Tomatin Releases Peated Cù Bòcan Malt20130905184210
Episode 428: June 8, 201320130609005115
Mark GillespieJune 9, 2013Alan Winchester, Alistair Walker, Alpha, Andrew Colville, Arran, Beam, BenRiach, Bill Lumsden, Casey O'Neill, Cask of Dreams, Chivas Brothers, Colorado, Cooley, coronation, crash, Dave Pickerell, Denver, Diamond Tribute, Duncan Taylor, Fred Minnick, George Washington's Distillery, Glen Moray, Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, Glenmorangie, golf, Graham Coull, Graham Eunson, Hebrew, Hillrock Estate, Jack Teeling, Jason Johnstone-Yellin, Jewish, Jewish Whisky Company, Joshua Hatton, Kilchoman, Kingsbarns, Kosher, Louisville, Maker's Mark, Marge Samuels, Matt Wooler, Merion, Mike Walsh, Mount Vernon, Muirfield, New Jersey, New York Times, Open Championship, Proximo, Queen Elizabeth, Rachel Barrie, Rick Pitino, Robert Simonson, Royal Salute, Scott Rogers, Seth Klaskin, Single Cask Nation, Snowflake, St. Andrew's, Stephen Teeling, Stranahan's, Stuart McCallum Minto, tanker, Teeling, truck, U.S. Open, University of Louisville, Wemyss Malts, Whisky Jewbilee, Woodbridge0 comments
Joshua Hatton and Jason Johnston-Yellin started out as whisky bloggers, and are now bottling their own whiskies for a unique audience. Single Cask Nat...
Episode 320: June 12, 201120110611232943
Mark GillespieJune 11, 2011"The Angel's Share" movie, Balblair, Belgium, Benromach, Billy Abbott, blogger, boycott, Buffalo Trace, charity, Compass Box, distillery, Eddie Russell, film, GlenDronach, Glenglassaugh, Glenrothes, Graeme Morrison, Graham Eunson, Great King Street, Highland, Inver House, Israel, Jerusalem, John MacDonald, Johnnie Walker, Kirsteen Beeston, Mhairi McDonald, Millennium, Queen Elizabeth, Scotch, Scotland, single cask, single malt, Single Malts of Scotland, Springbank, The Whisky Exchange, West Dunbartonshire, Wild Turkey0 comments
It’s a busy summer at Balblair Distillery in the Scottish Highlands. Not only are they making whisky, but the distillery is also a movie set thi...