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Whisky Santa’s Whisky Advent Day 9: Auchentoshan Three Wood

They say that when things come in threes, they’re all the more pleasing for it. That’s the rule of three. If today’s anything to go by then ‘they’ may well…

Auchentoshan Three Wood

They say that when things come in threes, they’re all the more pleasing for it. That’s the rule of three. If today’s anything to go by then ‘they’ may well be on to something, as the 3cl dram in our Whisky Advent Calendars is a delicious Lowland single malt which is distilled three times and matured in three different types of cask (ex-Pedro Ximénez, bourbon and Oloroso)!

So I trust you’ll enjoy your Auchentoshan Three Wood, and why not also make the most of my treats below for Day 9 (that’s three threes, by the way).

Ho ho ho! (<-See, pleasing.)

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More Boutique-y Whisky. New releases from Kilchoman, Glentauchers, Littlemill and Glen Garioch.

Well that was quite a Christmas. In fact it’s been so busy that 4 new releases have passed us by with nary a mention. Changing that, now I am here…

That Boutique-y Whisky Company Kilchoman, Littlemill, Glentauchers and Glen Garioch

Well that was quite a Christmas.

In fact it’s been so busy that 4 new releases have passed us by with nary a mention. Changing that, now I am here with the writing about things. Yes.

Without further ado, onto the explanations behind the crazy stuff that’s fallen out of my head and onto paper.

First up this time, we’ve got an absolute belter of an Islay Whisky, from Kilchoman.

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Diageo Whisky Theatre at the Worship Street Whistling Shop

Back in December I visited the Worship Street Whistling Shop for a very special, two hour long ‘multi-sensory experience’: the final Diageo Whisky Theatre of the year. The project is…

Diageo Whisky Theatre

Back in December I visited the Worship Street Whistling Shop for a very special, two hour long ‘multi-sensory experience’: the final Diageo Whisky Theatre of the year. The project is the work of irrepressible Diageo brand ambassador Colin Dunn and the Fluid Movement duo of Tristan Stephenson and Tom Aske who have presented similar experiences in the past, for example with rum, but the mention of whisky certainly caught our attention immediately! I believe Tristan also has a whisky book coming out this year too – one to watch out for.

There is (just) room for nine people but I was joined by a fab four of Gin Monkey, Imbibe’s Laura Foster (recent winner of the Alan Lodge Young International Spirits Writer of the Year), Siobhan Payne from Difford’s Guide and London Cocktail Week and Alex Kratena off of The Artesian (named The World’s Best Bar for the second year running in 2013).

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Heavy Sherry, Fresh Bourbon, Grain and ‘something a bit special’. TBWC strikes again.

Told you we’d be back soon (and we’re not done yet)… Another week, and another 4 brand-spanking-new releases from That Boutique-y Whisky Company have hit the shelves in time for…

That Boutique-y Whisky Company October releases

Told you we’d be back soon (and we’re not done yet)…

Another week, and another 4 brand-spanking-new releases from That Boutique-y Whisky Company have hit the shelves in time for Christmas. Once again I’m left trying to justify the madness that’s escaped from my bonce and onto the labels of these fine drams…

So – let’s start with the most obvious of the 4. A Giant with a fondness for Jam Sandwiches stealing a giant hat from a dunnage warehouse whilst all unnecessary on Bourbon. That? That.

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