Episode 423: May 4, 201320130504181224
Mark GillespieMay 4, 20131824 Series, ABV, Alpha, ALS, Ancient Ancient Age, Andrew Laing, Basil Hayden, Beam, Benjamin Herrera, Big Peat, Bob Dalgarno, Bonhams, Buffalo Trace, Canadian Club, Cara Laing, Colorado, craft distillers, Denver, Douglas Laing, family, Four Roses, Fred Laing, George Washington, Glenkeir, Glenlivet, Heaven Hill, horse, horse racing, Hunter Laing & Co., Ian Macleod Distillers, India, Jim Beam, KDA, Kentucky, Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Distillers Association, Kilbeggan, Knob Creek, Lalique, Laphroaig, Larry Kass, Loch Fyne Whiskies, Lou Gehrig's Disease, Macallan, Maker's Mark, marathon, Matt Shattock, Michael Blaum, Millennium, Mount Vernon, Old & Rare, Old Grand-Dad, Old Malt Cask, Parker Beam, Parker's, provenance, Richard Joynson, Scott Laing, Single Oak Project, Spirit of Speyside Festival, Spirit of Toronto, Stewart Laing, Stuart MacPherson, Tamdhu, tea, The Glenlivet, The Macallan, The Whisky Shop, valinch, Wall Street, whisky thief0 comments
Family-owned businesses often face obstacles that other companies don’t, and the whisky business is no exception. This week, Fred and Stewart La...
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Episode 256: May 24, 201020100524123600
Mark GillespieMay 24, 2010bagpipe, Billy Stitchell, Caol Ila, Chloe Kelbie, Chris Pepper, classic malts, Doug McFarlane, Feis Ile, Festival, George Gillis, Ileach, Islay, Lindsey MacArthur, lobster, Luc Timmermans, Marion Pepper, Nick Morgan, oysters, Peter Kelbie, Richard Joynson0 comments
Caol Ila Distillery may have the most beautiful setting of any of Islay’s distilleries. It sits on the Sound of Islay directly across from the P...