Auchentoshan Red Wine Cask

Auchentoshan The Auchentoshan distillery can be found nestled on the outskirts of Glasgow, at the foot of the Kilpatrick Hills and in the shadow of the Erskine Bridge. Officially founded in 1823, although it is believed 1817 is actually the official beginning of the distillery albeit under the name of Duntocher.. Auchentoshan which is Gaelic…

Glen Moray – Marsala Cask

The Whisky Circus Meets Glen Moray In these dark times of lockdown strange things begin to happen, people from all walks of life come together and begin to chat, groups are formed, alliances made and then Zoom.. As if it wasn’t bad enough that we get together and chat, we now sit down and drink…

Deanston 2003 Bourbon cask.. (Byo)

With the ever growing demand for single malts and single cask offerings the latest trend to get you to the visitor centres is to offer you the chance to bottle your very own whisky direct from the cask, although I say the latest trend this is not entirely a new concept and some distilleries have…

Glen Moray Port Cask Finish – Bottle your own.

Glen Moray Distillery first produced spirit on the 13th September 1897 but had been producing beer way back in the 1830’s when originally set up as a brewery. Today the Distillery finds itself under the watchful eye of Master distiller / blender and manager Graham Coull.. Graham is only the fifth Master blender to have…

Auchentoshan Distillery Cask #201

Auchentoshan distillery is located just outside of Glasgow, The distillery is a lowland whisky producer that gives you lovely subtle floral notes, fresh fruity flavours with a nuttiness that is found in most releases.. But.. A recent trip to my beloved Auchentoshan distillery resulted in me getting another bottle your own to add to the…