You have to love a whisky that was pioneered by a woman, especially since it was reputed that Helen Cumming did so in 1811. Cardhu is located on the Malt Whisky Trail in Speyside. Doug originally bought a bottle because … Continue reading
May everyone have a blessed Christmas and time with family and friends. A very happy New Year to all, may 2016 be filled with love, fun and adventures.
I love the words that greet you as you enter the Aberlour website. “Obar Lobhair, or Aberlour means the mouth of the chattering burn in Gaelic”. Beautiful. We drove past its idyllic location in Speyside; next time we’re in Speyside … Continue reading
Never underestimate the power of your GPS to amuse. Lily, our GPS, had distinct issues with pronouncing Aberfeldy. She liked calling it a-BUR-fuldy. The problem is, we’ve now started saying it that way too. On our way from East Haugh … Continue reading
Did I mention I don’t enjoy a heavy peat? Slight smoke, yes. Heavy smoke, not so much. The Laphroaig Quarter Cask was a gift from a dear friend at our meet-the-house party last year and he happens to love this … Continue reading