Episode 491: August 8, 201420140808221944
Mark GillespieAugust 8, 20141792 Barton, age statement, Anchor Distilling, appeal, architects, Auchentoshan, Aultmore, Baby Blue, Balcones, ban, Bardstown, BenRiach, Billy Walker, Bourbon, Buffalo Trace, Bushmills, Canada, Cara Laing, cognac, competitions, conflict, construction, court, Customs, Dark Origins, Dave Greene, David Williamson, Diageo, Douglas Laing, earnings, economic, Edrington, Europe, expansion, exports, Forsyths, Fred Laing, Glen Elgin, Glen Garioch, Glendalough, GlenDronach, Glenglassaugh, Graham Stirk, Highland Park, illicit, imports, Independent Spirits Challenge, Ireland, Irish, Israel, ITAR-TASS, John Paul DeJoria, Johnnie Walker, Jonathan Kendrick, judge, Justin Victor, Ken Grier, Kentucky Gentleman, lawsuit, Lord of the Rings, Louvre, Macallan, Magnus Eunson, MGP-I, Michael Bendavid, Moray Council, Moscow, NAS, Old Particular, Patron, Paul Mitchell, phthalates, profits, Purple Valley Imports, RAF, Renaissance, Robertson Group, Rogers, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Royal Air Force, ruling, Russia, sanctions, Sazerac, Scotch Whisky Association, Shetlands, Single Cask Nation, Single Oak Project, sourced, Speyside, Stuart Nickerson, SWA, Tel Aviv, The Explorers Club, The Herald, The Malt Whisky Company, trade, trademark, travel retail, U.S. European Union, Uisce Beatha, Ukraine, Unst, US, valinch, Whisky Magazine, World Whiskies Awards, XO0 comments
Stuart Nickerson has kept a low profile since leaving Glenglassaugh Distillery following its sale last year, but he has several new projects coming on...
Episode 486: July 4, 201420140704203330
Mark GillespieJuly 4, 2014aircraft carrier, Allan Anderson, American Prairie Reserve, American Revolution, Andrew Morrison, Antonio Flores, Atlantic City, Barley, Barrell Bourbon, bars, Beam, Bill Ricker, Boston, Bourbon, Bowmore, British Open, buckwheat, Canterbury, Cardrona, Chris Uhde, contest, Cooley, corn, Dark Origins, Dave Pickerell, Desiree Reid, distilling, Eric Ludwig, excisemen, farmers, Fellowship of the Still, George Washington's Distillery, Glasgow, Glen Moore, Glengoyne, Glenmorangie, golf, Gonzalez Byass, grain, High West, Highland Park, historic, Hydro Arena, Impex, Independence Day, Jewish, Jim Beam, Joe Beatrice, Justin Victor, King George, Kininvie, Kirkwall, Kosher, Lord Henry Mount Charles, Magnus Eunson, Maker's Mark, milestone, Miner's Delight Inn, Morrison Bowmore, Mount Vernon, New Zealand, Nomad, oats, Orkney, Patricia Retson, perfume, Philadelphia, Pump House, Quarter Cask, Queen Elizabeth, Richard Paterson, River Clyde, Riverside Museum, rose, Rosyth, Royal Navy, Rye, Second Saturday, shipyard, Signature Craft, Slane Castle, Spain, Stanley Morrison, Taiwan, Taylor Made, Tennessee, The Open, Tim Morrison, travel retail, Tulsa, Utah, wheat, whisky club, William Grant & Sons, Worshipful Company of Distillers, Wyoming, Yorkshire, Zescent Group0 comments
Corn farmers have a saying “knee high by the Fourth of July” to gauge whether their crop will be a good one, and we’ll look at the g...
Highland Park Adds NAS Malt To Core Range20140701200945
Highland Park: Scotch Whisky, Orcadian Heritage20130520194037
Mark GillespieMay 20, 2013Brodgar, Graham Manson, Highland Park, Magnus Eunson, Neolithic, Norway, Orcadian, Orkney, Patricia Retson, Vikings0 comments
Highland Park is Scotland’s northernmost distillery, and has a character that’s uniquely Orcadian. Orkney was home to ancient Neolithic tr...