Episode 452: November 16, 201320131117174539
Mark GillespieNovember 17, 2013anniversary, Antarctica, author, Balblair, Bardstown, blending, book, Bourbon Heritage Center, Bourbon Row, Buffalo Trace, Chase, Commonwealth, Compass Box, Dark Storm, Diageo, Diamond Jubilee, Double Black, Drummuir Castle, editor, Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, expedition, GlenDronach, Glenfiddich, Glengoyne, Heaven Hill, Ingvar Ronde, Jeff Berlat, Jim Beveridge, Jim Ely, John Glaser, Johnnie Walker, Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Louisville, Malt Whisky Yearbook, Matthew Crow, military, Mission Main Street, Peat Monster, PhilCon, Port Ruighe, Queen Elizabeth, Rob Wallace, science fiction, Shapira, Single Oak Project, soldiers, South Pole, Spirit of a Nation, Talisker, Talisker Storm, tourism, Virgin Oak, visitors, Walking With The Wounded, Whiskey Row0 comments
Dr. Matthew Crow of Diageo is one of Scotch Whisky’s up-and-coming blenders. Working under Dr. Jim Beveridge, he helped create Johnnie Walker Do...
Episode 422: April 28, 201320130428001740
Mark GillespieApril 28, 2013ABV, Amrut, Ballantine's, bone, Bourbon, Brian Struyk, Canada, Chattanooga, Churchill Downs, Clem Ryan, Cork, crime, Dennie Hammer, Dewar's, Dilbert, Dublin, Four Roses, George Dickel, Gerry Tosh, Glen Deveron, GlenDronach, Glenliver, golf, Greedy Angels, Heather McGregor, Highland Park, horse racing, Ian Chang, Irish Distillers, Jack Daniel's, Jagdale, Jameson, Jim Rutledge, John Ryan, John's Lane, Justin Victor, Kavalan, Kentucky Derby, King Car, Laphroaig, LCBO, legislature, luge, Macduff, marrow, Midleton, moonshine, Ontario, Paddy, Pennsylvania, Penny Chenery, Philadelphia, police, Port Ruighe, Powers, Quercus, Redbreast, regulators, restaurant, Rob Allanson, Sandy Hyslop, Secretariat, Sir John Power, South Korea, St. Magdalene, Tennessee, Tennessee Whiskey, The Whisky Shop, theft, Toronto, Triple Crown, violation, Whisky Live New York, Whisky Magazine, Whistlepig, white whiskey, World Duty Free, World Whiskies Awards0 comments
When Ireland’s distillers joined forces in 1966 to merge their struggling distilleries into one company, they placed their bet on Jameson as the...
Episode 421: April 20, 201320130419233700
Mark GillespieApril 19, 2013Aberlour, Andrew Nelstrop, app, Balcones, Bill Haslam, Bowmore, Brenne, Bryan Boulette, Burn Stewart Distillers, Caroline Snyman, charity, Chattanooga, Chivas Brothers, Chris Morris, Churchill Downs, CL Financial, commando, contest, Diageo, Dingle, Distell Group, Double Black, drought, Duncansby Head, England, English Whisky Company, Explorer's Club, Glenmorangie, Gold Route, golf, Hadrian's Wall, Helgi's, Highland Park, horse racing, Imperial, Invergordon, Ireland, Irish Distillers, Joe Ledbetter, Johnnie Walker, Kentucky Derby, Legacy, Lexington, Lighthouse, Louisville, Mary Quinn Ramer, Master of Malt, mint julep, Moray, Mull, Noss Head, Old Pulteney, Oliver Hughes, Open Championship, Orkney, Pentland Skerries, photo, Port Ruighe, rain, Redbreast, regulators, Richard Walker, Royal Liverpool. John McDougall, Single Pot Stills, South Africa, St. George's, storm, Talisker, Tennessee, Thoroughbred, Tim Piersant, Tobermory, Tomatin, tourism, Woodford Reserve0 comments
The English Whisky Company has been distilling since 2006, and while it may not be able to claim the title of “England’s only whisky disti...
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