A Nest Full of New Redbreasts (Episode 788: October 13, 2019)20191014000233
Mark GillespieOctober 14, 2019@jackabuss, @MrMichaelMahn, Adam Hannett, age statements, Airbus, Alex Chasko, Alice In Chains, All Secrets Known, anaerobic digestion, Beam Suntory, beer, Billy Leighton, biomass, Black Art, Boeing, boiler, Boris Johnson, Boston, Bottled in Bond, Brainville, British Columbia, Bruichladdich, Buffalo Trace, Bushmills, California, Canada, Chip Tate, Christchurch, Clonakilty Distillery, Colorado, Colorado Springs, Concept No. 2, Concept Series, Connecticut, David McCabe, David Mundell, diplomats, distillery, Distillery 291, distilling, Dornoch Firth, DramFest, Dublin, ECOBoard, energy, England, English Whiskey Company, environment, EU, European Union, Ewen MacKintosh, export, Federal Register, Few Spirits, Fred Noe, Fredericton, Fuzzy Baby Ducks IPA, Fuzzy Cask Finish, George Washington Whiskey Festival, George Washington's Distillery, Glencairn, Glenfarclas, Glenmorangie, Gordon & MacPhail, Halloween, Heathrow, Heaven Hill, import, inventory, Ireland, Irish Distillers, Irish Whiskey, Islay, Jack Toye, John Grant, Julio's Liquors, K&L Wines, Kappy's Liquors, Kentucky, Legent Bourbon, Llandudno, London, Los Angeles Review of Books, Louise Schiavone, Maker's Mark, Malcolm Waring, Massachusetts, methane gas, Michael Fraser Milne, Michael Mahn, Mount Vernon, music, NAS, New Brunswick, New Brunswick Spirits Festival, New England Brewing Company, New Zealand, Norfolk Wine & Spirits, Northern Ireland, Old Pulteney, Old Rip Van Winkle, oyster, Pappy Van Winkle, Paul Hletko, Penderyn, pot ale, Prime Minister, Proximo Spirits, Redbreast, Redbreast Dream Cask, Redbreast Small Batch, Redstone Liquors, reefs, Scottish Secretary, Shinji Fukuyo, shipping, Single Pot Still, Smokey Virgin, steam, Stephen Davies, Steve Bashore, Steven Bremner, subsides, Suntory, surfboard, surfing, sustainable, Sustainable Surf, Swansea, Taiwan, Taoyuan Airport, tariff, Tate & Company, Teeling Whiskey Company, tequila, Texas, The Birdhouse, The Flaming Lips, The Glenrothes, The Macallan, The Sexton, The Telegraph, trade, travel retail, Trump Administration, Van Winkle, Victoria Whisky Festival, Virginia, Waco, Wales, Welsh Government, whiskey, whisky, whisky clubs, Whisky Galore, wood chips, World Trade Organization, WTO0 comments
The United States is the largest market for Irish Whiskey worldwide, but until now, one of Ireland’s legendary whiskeys had never released a spe...
Ten Years of Making Whiskey at Mount Vernon (Episode 665: October 29, 2017)20171029191449
Mark GillespieOctober 29, 2017@miwillians283, @toddshissler, 666, A. Smith Bowman, Angel's Envy, Annis Noe, ashes, barrel sales, Basil Hayden, Basil Hayden's Dark Rye, blender, bonder, Booker Noe, Bourbon Country, Brown-Forman, Buffalo Trace, Canada, Chapel Gate Whiskey, Churchill Downs, Colin Anderson, column stills, Commerce Department, data, Dave Pickerell, David Stewart, DCS Compendium, Devil, Diageo, DISCUS, Distilled Spirits Council, Don Livermore, Donald Campbell, Dublin, Dunblane, estate, Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, exports, Fawn Weaver, Four Seasons, Fourth Street Live, fox, Fred Noe, Freddie Noe, Fredericksburg, George Washington, George Washington's Distillery, grain whiskey, grandchildren, grandfather, Halloween, henhouse, Highland Park, Hiram Walker Distillery, horse racing, Huber's Starlight Winery & Distillery, Indiana, International Trade Commission, Ireland, Irish Whiskey, Irish Whiskey Awards, J.J. McCorry, Jack Daniel, Jim Beam, Joe Dangler, Joseph A. Magnus, Kentucky, Kentucky Derby, Kraig Naasz, Kris Comstock, Kyle Henderson, Laphroaig, Licensed Vintners Association, Lisa Roper Wicker, list price, Little Book, Louise McGuane, Louisville, Madison, Marcel Dion, Michael Williams, Mike Sherman, Mount Vernon, Nathan Nearest Green, Nearest Green Foundation, New York City, Old Rip Van Winkle, Pappy Van Winkle, Powers, Powers 1817 Release, presenting sponsor, Proof on Main, Roe & Co., Rye Whiskey, Scotch Whisky, Scotland, slavery, slaves, Small Batch Collection, Steve Bashore, The Balvenie, The Gael, The Long Hall Pub, Thomas Anderson, Thoroughbred, Todd Shissler, Tom Sherman, trade, Travel, travel retail, Tullamore D.E.W., Tullamore D.E.W. XO, Tuthilltown Spirits, Uncle Nearest 1856 Tennessee Whiskey, Van Winkle, Vendome, Virginia, Voyage of the Raven, warehouse, Wes Henderson, whiskey, whisky, Wild Turkey, William Grant & Sons, Woodford Reserve0 comments
Distillers from around the United States gathered at Virginia’s Mount Vernon this week to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the restoration of G...
Highland Park’s Halloween Cocktails20171025165908
Mark GillespieOctober 25, 2017bartender, Bold Fashioned, cocktail, drinks, Foggy Memory, Halloween, Highland Park, Magnus, mixologist, Old Fashioned, recipe, The Funeral Pyre0 comments
October 25, 2017 – OK, they came out just in time for Halloween, but these cocktail recipes provided by Highland Park using its Magnus single ma...
Episode 613: October 29, 201620161029231732
Mark GillespieOctober 29, 2016"The Beast", @ceppwepp, @crewcutter, @FL_ScotchLover, @tastydram, @winegalunboxed, A'Bunadh, A'Bunadh Orchard, Aberlour, acquisition, Alberta, American Whiskey, anniversary, Apothic, Apothic Inferno, Ashton Advertising, auction, banks, barrels, beards, Belgium, Blended Malt, bog, Boris Johnson, Bourbon Banter, Brent Hocking, Brexit, Brussels, Bulleit Rye, campaign, Canada, Caol Ila, charity, cocktail, Colorado, commute, Compass Box, construction, contempt, currency, David Frost, default, Denmark, Diageo, Domaine des, Dominic Villegas, Donald Trump, Drake, eBay, economic development, election, Elijah Craig, EU, European Union, Evan Williams, exchange rates, exile, Fiona Crosswell, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Foreign Secretary, Fort McMurray, Friends of Fort McMurray Firefighters, Gert, ghost, Glen Garioch, Halloween, haunted, Heaven Hill, Hill Harcourt, Hillary Clinton, hipster, Iain McArthur, Ileach, incentives, India, Indiana, interim, Iowa, Islay, Jimmy Russell, judge, Julie Hesketh-Laird, justices, Keith Kerkhoff, Lagavulin, lawsuits, lawyers, LCBO, Louisville, Make America Thirsty Again, Matt Evans, Max Shapira, MGP Ingredients, negotiations, Ontario, order, Parker Beam, peat, Port Ellen, Presidential, Remy Cointreau, Scotch Whisky, Scotch Whisky Association, Scotland, severance, Spike Baker, stories, Supreme Court, SWA, talks, tax credit, taxes, Templeton Rye, Three Year Old Deluxe, trade, train, United Spirits, Val, veterans, Vijay Mallya, Virginia Black, whiskey, whisky, wildfire, wine, Wood Buffalo Brewing Company, write-in, yard sign0 comments
Distillery managers come and go at Lagavulin, but Iain McArthur is a fixture at the legendary Islay distillery. McArthur’s something of a legend...
Episode 560: October 31, 201520151101013837
Mark GillespieNovember 1, 2015Act 250, Adelphi, age statement, agriculture, Andy Cant, Andy Watts, ashes, Aston Martin, Australia, Ballantine's, Baltimore, Baltimore Sun, Beam Suntory, biosorption, Brian Walsh, Brora Rover, Canada, Cardhu, Chivas Brothers, Compass Box, compliance, costume, court, cremated, Crown Royal, CTV News, Dave Pickerell, development, Diageo, Double Oaked, Doublewood, Douglas Laing & Co., Dounreay, enforcement, environment, European Union, F1, Flaming Heart, flavorings, Force India, Formula One, Friar John Cor, generic, Germany, Glenfiddich, gluten, gluten-free, Halloween, HM Revenue & Customs, HMRC, Ian Norval, infringement, James Espey, Jim Beam, Jim Sias, John Glaser, Johnnie Walker Oldest, Johnnie Walker. sponsor, Kevin Plank, Kininvie, law, lawsuit, litigation, Ludwigshafen, Magnus Cormack, Marianne Barnes, McKinsey, motorsports, narrator, New York City, New Zealand Whisky Company, North Highland College, Norval's Sensible, Nuclear, nuclear waste, Old Taylor Distillery, Peristyle, police, Port Covington, Quora, radioactive, Raj Bhakta, research, Reuters, Rye, Sagamore Spirit, Sasanokawa Shuzo, Sazerac, Scotch, Scotch Whisky Act, Scotch Whisky Association, Scott Mansfield, Simcoe, Simon Marshall, South Africa, Special Releases, Strontium-90, The Glover, theft, This is Not a Luxury Whisky, Thomas Blake Glover, Three Ships, Tom Jago, trademark, U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, Under Armour, United Distillers, United Spirits, University of the Highlands & Islands, Vermont, Vijay Mallya, whiskey, whisky, Whistlepig, William Grant & Sons, Woodford Reserve, Woodford Reserve Double Oaked, XOP0 comments
Popular, yet controversial in many ways, WhistlePig Farm’s distillery has finally opened after a series of lengthy delays and disputes. Founder ...
The Count’s Old Fashioned20131017143408
Jacob’s Ghost Old Fashioned20131017134724
Devil’s Cut Black Apple20131017134402
Episode 171: November 2, 200820081102140700
Mark GillespieNovember 2, 2008awards, blending lab, Bourbon, Bruichladdich, Buffalo Trace, Burn Stewart, chemistry, Deanston, Dendress Ennis, Glengoyne, Halloween, Icons, Inver House, James MacArthur, Old Masters, Resurrection, Single and Single, Smokehead, South Africa, tasting, Truman Cox, Whisky Magazine, Yossi Schwartz0 comments
We’ll go inside the laboratory this time around, and our guides are the lead chemist at Buffalo Trace, Truman Cox, and one of the leaders of the...