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The blend of doom.
It’s all about the water.
You cannot take Leith out of Justine.
The Lady of Leith, Justine, returns.
Justine explores the new Islay distillery.
Justine becomes a judge, jury and executioner for the day.
Justine checks out an Amontillado Finish Ledaig.
Justine takes in a cask strength Highland Park from G&M.
Justine loves Leith and even more so with the prospect of a distillery.
Justine picks a winner from Ireland whilst taking her Pikachu home.
A fascinating young whisky that comes from Iceland (the country, not the budget supermarket).
There’s a new Walker in town and Justine’s response is jog on.
Justine checks out a trio of releases from the Hellyers Road distillery.
Justine’s epic article addresses many issues in the important debate about pervasive sexism in whisky culture.
It’s rum time, and we take a comprehensive look at the world of El Dorado rums, all the way up to 25 years of age.
A trip up to the northern wilds of Wick in order to visit Old Pulteney Distillery. Expect marvellously touristy shots of boats, casks and stills, as well as tasting notes.
In which we celebrate an old Glen Grant whisky from indie bottler Cadenhead’s – but equally as important, we have thoughts on the importance of premium packaging.
A review of Benromach’s latest creation – the Triple Distilled – which has been matured for 8 years in first fill bourbon barrels.
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