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Nine new Master of Malt Single Cask Series Bottlings!

Gather round dear friends of the whisky-world – for I bring delightful news… We’ve got nine brand new Master of Malt Single Cask Series bottlings! Independent bottlings are such an…

Gather round dear friends of the whisky-world – for I bring delightful news… We’ve got nine brand new Master of Malt Single Cask Series bottlings!

Independent bottlings are such an essential and brilliant aspect of this beautiful industry of ours, so much so that sometimes we can’t help ourselves and we have to do a few of our own! We’ve taken time out of our busy Christmas* schedule (we’re past Halloween, we can talk about it – that’s the rule) to bring you a whopping nine new whiskies for our Single Cask Series.

These newest releases include an exquisite, 28 year old example from Miltonduff, a delightfully youthful pair of Rock Towns (as they are only 1 year matured, these technically aren’t whiskies) and a sumptuous offerings from Cragganmore!

All of these fine examples, and more, can be viewed below – complete with tasting notes and links to the appropriate beverages!

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The Eccentric History of Berry Brothers and Rudd — Part I

Earlier this year, I became rather enamoured with what is arguably the drinks world’s most prestigious address – No. 3 St James’s – home to the wine and spirits merchant,…

Berry Brothers and Rudd

Earlier this year, I became rather enamoured with what is arguably the drinks world’s most prestigious address – No. 3 St James’s – home to the wine and spirits merchant, Berry Brothers and Rudd (known henceforth variously as BBR or Berry’s).

This springtime love affair all started with a ‘three martini lunch’ on a surprisingly balmy day in February. I arrived fashionably late at No. 3 and climbed a steep wooden staircase through a locked door at the back of the shop to meet a group of familiar faces from spirits retail. The event’s hosts were BBR’s charming spirits man, Doug McIvor, and Glenrothes’ brand ambassador and gifted raconteur, Ronnie Cox.

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