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Lead Generation Agency Can Grow Your Whisky Brand

Utilising a lead generation agency can prove immensely useful with regards to developing your company’s number of clients. This is incredibly useful with regards to your firm being capable of attracting a new level of clientele who will allow you to improve your perception in society as a whole. Improving the way that people look […]

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Highland ParkWhisky Reviews

Highland Park 21 Year Review

Originally launched in 2007 for travel retail, Highland Park 21-year-old grew quite popular, but unfortunately it also faded rather quickly as stocks became depleted. There was a point when the proof was lowered from 47.5 percent down to 40 percent before it disappeared from store shelves completely. Luckily for us all it returned in 2012 […]

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Highland ParkWhisky Reviews

Highland Park 18 Year Review

Moving on with yet another sherried whisky, only this time we’re headed back up to the island of Orkney and the most northern distillery in Scotland, one of my personal favorites, Highland Park. I actually have two Highland Park’s on the tasting block this weekend; the 18-year-old and the 47.5 percent 21-year-old. This is going […]

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BlendsWemyss MaltsWhisky Reviews

Wemyss Malts Peat Chimney 8 Year Review

While Blended Scotch continues to be the “bread & butter” of the Scotch whisky industry, Blended Malts, or “Vatted Malts” as they were once referred, continue to rise in popularity alongside Single Malt Scotch. This is for good reason, as Blended Malts are exactly that; a blend of single malt whiskies – no grain whisky […]

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Belle MeadeNelson's Green BrierWhisky Reviews

Celebrating Repeal Day: Belle Meade Bourbon Review

Repeal Day is the celebration of the repeal of prohibition on December 5, 1933. Prohibition, also known as the “noble experiment,” was the government’s attempt to outlaw the production, sale and shipment of alcohol and intoxicating beverages across the country. It spanned 13 years (1920-1933) and was a rough and dark time for many reasons. […]

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Van WinkleWhisky Reviews

Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve 15 Year Review

Although I have a nice little lineup of single malts to dive into, in light of it being Repeal Week (Repeal Day is Thursday, December 5) I thought I’d continue on with just a couple more Bourbons. First up is a whisky that really needs no introduction, the younger sibling to the famous 20-year-old, Pappy […]

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Crown RoyalWhisky Reviews

Crown Royal Maple Finished Review

Known most famously for its purple bags, Crown Royal is the number one selling Canadian whisky in the world and the sixth largest spirits brand in the United States. Now owned by Diageo, the Crown Royal distillery was founded in 1939 and is located in Gimli, Manitoba – just north of Winnipeg. It wasn’t in […]

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Old PulteneyWhisky Reviews

Old Pulteney 12 Year Review

While there are plenty of single malts on the market today that are pushing the envelope in terms of price point, even when it comes to entry-level malts, there are still those that continue to surprise us in regards to flavor but more importantly in regards to price point. Old Pulteney 12-year-old is simply one […]

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The DalmoreWhisky Reviews

The Dalmore King Alexander III Review

Established in 1839, The Dalmore distillery is located in the Scottish Highlands on the northern shores of the Firth of Cromarty. For nearly a century the distillery was owned by the Clan Mackenzie, whose influence is now seen on every bottle of The Dalmore – Taken from the Mackenzie family crest, each bottle of The […]

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The DalmoreWhisky Reviews

The Dalmore Selected by Daniel Boulud Review

Established in 1839 and now owned by Whyte & Mackay, you’ll often see The Dalmore being marketed and praised by its Master Blender Richard Paterson. The Dalmore is a Highland distillery not that far south along the A9 from Glenmorangie. This is my first review of The Dalmore here on the site and I suppose […]

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