Monthly Archives: August 2010

Leann (beer) at the Maine Highland Games

My wife and I attended the Maine Highland Games this past Saturday. Always on the lookout for an untried Scottish beverage, and it being about the first “attraction” upon entering the games, I stopped at the beer tent. Needless to … Continue reading

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It’s the age of the content, not the container

This entry prompted by a non-whisk(e)y forum “discussion”. One of the comments was that a bottle of 21YO MacAllan had been sitting, opened, for more than 3 years so now it was more like 25 years old. I pointed out … Continue reading

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Westering Home

Concurrent with our newly launched “Scotch Whisky Journey”, I began to research distilleries, etc. so I’d have some idea of what I was doing, and what I was seeking. One of the first places I read about was Islay. If … Continue reading

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