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Whisky Glossary

Whisky Glossary

This is by no means the Oxford Dictionary of Whisky, but at any rate, it is a very thorough layman’s Whisky glossary.

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Who’s buying all the Scotch?

Who’s buying all the Scotch?

To the untrained eye, Scotland is naturally Scotch central, and while that’s certainly true in terms of production it’s a totally different story when you delve into the data of where most of it ends up. 

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Whisky around the world

Whisky around the world

Take a look at some of the world's most renowned Whisky-producing regions

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How to drink whisky like a gentleman/lady

How to drink whisky like a gentleman/lady

To drink whisky like a gentleman/lady, the first challenge is to remain one once the liquor has passed your lips. This can be a challenge for some, but it is an invaluable skill if you are planning on embarking on a long-term relationship with whisky.

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Whisky Production - Step 4 - Bottling

Whisky Production - Step 4 - Bottling

Whisky bottling is the final step in the process.

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Whisky Production - Step 3 - Maturation

Whisky Production - Step 3 - Maturation

We now have a few thousand litres of new make spirit. 

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Whisky Production - Step 2 - Distillation

Whisky Production - Step 2 - Distillation

This is the easy part of the production process, but also the most crucial. 

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What is a Single Cask Whisky?

What is a Single Cask Whisky?

This month, The Whisky Club has pulled out all the stops to bring you two real treats. First up, having thrown the challenge to Graham Eunson from Tomatin Distillery to create something super special for our Members…

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From Spain to Scotland

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. 

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Whisky Production - Step 1 – Fermentation

Whisky Production - Step 1 – Fermentation

This is where the alcohol is actually made. Barley grain is the main ingredient in single malt whisky and it is the starch in the grain that is turned into alcohol through the process of fermentation. 

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