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12 Aussie Distilleries Lighting Up Our Radar Right Now

Australia hasn’t been making whisky for long, but we’ve got to admit, we’ve become rather good at it. Our unique climate, quality ingredients and dedicated distillers combine to produce spirits known and loved all around the world. But Australia is known as a country that loves a drink, we’ve countless breweries and wineries showing the…

Whisky Club Airlines Is Off To The USA… And Scotland!

  The last couple of months have been huge for Whisky Club Airlines, sending lucky Club Members off on trips of a lifetime, with tours of GlenDronach, BenRiach and Glenglassaugh, as well as Tobermory and Bunnahabhain Distilleries. But the good news is we’re just warming up, and this month we’ve had to employ more pilots…

The Top Ten American Single Malts You Need To Try

Mention American Whiskey to most people, and it’s completely expected that Bourbon, Rye or Tennessee Whiskey is what will spring to mind, and to be honest, you can’t blame them for that. Single malt whisky has traditionally been considered by the masses to be coming from Scotland, but of course, we know there’s single malt…

How to Make Whisky Ice Cream

Remember that ice-cream maker you got a couple of years ago that was going to be a life-changing kitchen gadget, revolutionising dessert in your household? It’s sat unloved and unused in the back corner of the pantry ever since hasn’t it? Well, it’s time to drag that ice cream maker out of its early retirement…

Rare whisky: solid investment or wishful drinking?

  To drink or not to drink? That is the question dividing whisky fans the world over. Now that we’ve all got used to NAS whiskies (they’re here to stay), the big debate in whisky-land is are you an open or closed bottle person? Over the years, whisky has become more than an evening indulgence…

Our Picks for Tas Whisky Week 2019

  Over the last few years, Tasmania has become known for its festivals, with the Falls Festival, Taste of Tasmania, Mona Foma and Dark Mofo all attracting huge crowds from near or far. But it’s Tas Whisky Week that really gets our heart racing here at Whisky Club HQ. We’ve had the dates marked on…

All Aboard Whisky Club Airlines’ Flight to Tobermory

Last month we gave away our first ever Whisky Club Airlines trip to Scotland, and guess what – we’re doing it again! Having already sent one Whisky Club Member and a friend off to the Highlands and Speyside, this month we could be sending you and your bestie off to the spectacular Scottish Isles.  …

Take A Tour Of Scotland’s Island Distilleries

Most of us are familiar with Islay and its distilleries turnout out those big, smoky, heavily peated whiskies, with more than a dash of saltiness thanks to the fresh sea air the whisky matures in. Islay whisky can be a love it or hate it kind of thing, so what do you do if you…

From Spain to Scotland

As everything old becomes new again, your grandma’s favourite tipple, sherry is becoming popular once more, and for us whisky lovers, this is a good thing. The more sherry gets sold, the more sherry casks there are to work their wonders on our whisky. This can only be a good thing, especially when sherry cask…

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