12 Year Old English Whisky – The Single Cask

There is an interesting conception that only Scotland can produce good whisky! Whisky is being produced all around the world by countries including Sweden, Germany, India, Taiwan and even England! But ask most whisky drinkers to name those countries and England will probably be one of the last to be named, why ?  Lets look…

The Lakes Whiskymaker’s Reserve No.4

It feels like English whisky is becoming a thing!! The Lakes distillery are fast becoming the name we all talk about when discussing English whisky, closly followed by Bimber, Cotswolds and of course the English Whisky Co. What is very obvious is the fact English whisky and The Lakes whisky are starting to forge a…

Filey Bay STR Finish

Spirit of Yorkshire Yorkshires first whisky distillery started to produce new make in 2016.. The distillery adds its name to the ever growing list of English whisky distilleries that are now starting to gather momentum and announce to the world that we English folk can also make great whisky. Nestled in an industrial site at…

The Whisky Circus Private Cask Tasting

It was with great pleasure that the latest bottling was sourced from The English Whisky Company and then officially tasted by us and the Global Ambassador Mike Fisher who expertly guided us through the tasting.. Have a watch on the video below.. With thanks to all involved with the Whisky Circus and especially to Mike…

A Chat with David Fitt – The English Whisky Company

I recently had the opportunity to join the ranks of the English Whisky Company as a whisky Ambassador and one of my first jobs was to run a live tasting for the recently released small batch Rum cask. Today I had the chance to chat live to David Fitt who created the Small Batch and…

English Whisky Company 6yo bottled by Claxton’s.

St George’s Distillery is a truly English whisky produced in the heart of Norfolk and is owned by the English Whisky Company, the Distillery started production relatively recently ( 2006 ) and started releasing whisky in chapters, with the even numbers representing unpeated whisky and the uneven ones generally representing peated expressions. This  review however…