When considering a suitable Father’s Day gift, nothing ticks the right boxes quite like a bottle of fine-quality whisky.
To celebrate the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, esteemed whisky purveyors Royal Salute have released a commemorative Royal Salute Royal Wedding Edition.
Dubbed the sport of kings, polo has a certain air of elitism. But as Bob Dylan once sung, the times they are a changin’.
Ape take a look at Jameson Irish Whiskey and its new Jameson Bow Street 18 Years Cask Strength.
A lot is made of single malts being the guiding star of the whisky world; they are seen as the premium option, the lead singer, the captain, the best of the best. But is that true? I think not.
The Glenlivet get creative with a mysterious yet truly delicious new whisky named Code.
A guide to the annual celebration of The Bard of Ayrshire, and the best drams for the occasion.
Spicy in flavour, smooth in character.
One of the brands’ smokiest offerings to date, Peatheart has a phenol content of 40 PPM which results in an intensely warm yet smooth finish.
A move to something darker and full flavoured.
Win one of two calendars worth £150.
A rich, smooth and silky cocktail- a bit like you.
Discover how one company is working to resurrect the Irish whiskey industry.
Scotch distiller The Balvenie have today revealed five extremely rare single malt whiskies in their new DCS Compendium Chapter 3 collection.
Loch Lomond’s 50 Year Old whisky is priced at £12,000- find out why.
With a unique double-walled glass, Norlan are modernising the whisky tasting experience through design.
Whiskies crafted using the DEWAR’S oak marrying ageing process which involves returning the hand-crafted blend to vintage oak casks for further maturation and a smoother taste with a long, lingering finish.
A great gift for whisky aficionados and a unique chance to enjoy this rare expression that will no doubt become a cherished collector’s item and live on long after the festive season.
Tomatin’s Cù Bòcan whisky is named after a mythical hellhound rumoured to haunt the villages of the Scottish Highlands.
Scotch Whisky brand Johnnie Walker is launching three new experimental whiskies from its Blenders’ Batch range.