Exclusive craft whisky can be – let’s face it – expensive. But whisky investment
clubs offer a way to discover exclusive artisan whiskies at a surprisingly
It’s also a chance for members to support a distillery and be involved in its
story, with inside tips and offers, and early-bird access to new products.
One new Scottish distillery has set up an investment club boasting “Probably the
James and Leslie, a partnership like many other, when they work together amazing
things can happen.
After Leslie has been slogging her guts out in the kitchen and around the house
she can sometimes be found sitting on a barstool at the Drumchork Lodge Hotel in
Autbea, where she will happily share some amazing tales. As for James, he
manages the Little Gruinard Estate which, apart from occasionally whipping a…
From Tuscany to Scotland – whisky stills arrive for the new Raasay distillery
The new whisky distillery being built on the Isle of Raasay has come a big step
closer, with the arrival of two copper whisky stills, just in time for
The stills have journeyed all the way from Tuscany in Italy, where they were
custom made for R&B Distillers. They’ll take up residence in the whisky…
Given maths and whisky are two of my favourite things (yes I did say I like
maths), I have been using a unique website to refresh my standard deviations as
well as my knowledge of the Dr David Wishart flavour classification scheme.
It's a website which teaches you about both whisky and statistics. It also
guides you to your dream whisky. Impossible I hear you say. Well maybe not. Read…
The term 'craft' is now widely used when speaking of beer, but it is much less
common when it comes to spirits, and whisky in particular.
In my previous article [https://blog.craftwhiskyclub.com/37-and-counting/] I talked about the
impressive number of whisky distilleries opening or planned for Scotland, which
will reach as high as one third more than exist currently.
Given the acceptance of the term craft in the…