Posts Tagged “Signatory”

Port Ellen Series – Post VIII: The Most AMAZING Port Ellen

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Port Ellen Series – Post VIII: The Most AMAZING Port Ellen

Like Brora, Port Ellen was only operational for 15-16 years before being finally closed in 1983. For Brora, it was simply making the old Clynelish distillery operational again as a temporary measure to make peated whisky while Islay was suffering from a drought.¬†Port Ellen had been, before two more still were added in 1966, mothballed…

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Celebrating 300 Posts in Style: 1978 Port Ellen

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Celebrating 300 Posts in Style: 1978 Port Ellen

WOW, this 300th post kind of sneaked¬†up on me. In my mind, I was somewhere past 200 posts in this blog, sharing the more interesting parts of my whisky journey. But the 200th post was published on February 14th, 2015 (we tasted the Aultmore 21), and here we are at another milestone. Again, let me…

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A Curious Clynelish – to end this Indie Run of Clynelish

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A Curious Clynelish – to end this Indie Run of Clynelish

One of the really fun things about regularly exchanging whisky samples with friends, is the ability to get to some bottlings deep in their collections, those that are no longer available on the market, one-off single casks. In case you snoozed while that very limited supply was sold, it’s gone. A curious Clynelish bottled in…

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