Episode 251: May 3, 2010

There’s a locked door at the Glenrothes Distillery, which normally is not open to visitors. The sign above the door reads “I.S.” — and stands for “Inner Sanctum.” Ronnie Cox has the key to that door, and his inner sanctum has samples of every Glenrothes single malt expression ever released. We’ll go through a couple of very rare Glenrothes whiskies during a chat with Ronnie on this episode. In the news, William Grant & Sons buys the Tullamore Dew range of Irish whiskies and the results of the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival Awards.

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Links:  The Glenrothes | William Grant & Sons | Tullamore Dew | Grant’s | Spirit of Speyside Festival | Aberlour | Benromach | Scotland Whisky | The Balvenie | Laphroaig | Jim Beam | Old Potrero | Glenmorangie

Mark Gillespie

I'm the host and executive producer of WhiskyCast.

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