Our journey…

Glenfarclas – a vertical line-up

Family owned for 5 generations by the Grants of Glenfarclas… yes we’re going to dive into a vertical line-up by “probably Speysides Finest” Distillery! This well-known Distillery was bought in 1865 by John Grant, along with the Recherlich farm. A place between the old existing farm of cattle breeder John Grant in Glenlivet, and the… Lees verder →

AmberGlass – Whisky glassware

Do you have a preferred whisky glass? We do! But, we’re always keen on trying and exploring new stuff. So when we were asked to try some fancy and handmade whisky glasses by a new Polish manufacturer and distributor of high-quality drinking accessories, we couldn’t say “No” 😉. First we’d like to thank and give… Lees verder →

The Firkin Whisky Co.

“The Firkin Whisky Co. doesn’t take itself too seriously. When your single malt is this good, you don’t need to be pretentious about it. The whisky speaks for itself.” The Firkin Whisky Co. This a good quote to start with in our opinion, not only because it says a lot about the company, but also because we as… Lees verder →

The Art of Drinks

Once in a while you find out about something through social media… (it almost sounds like a fairytale opening 🥃😅)Through a #Dutchdrammers group on Instagram we heard about The Art of Drinks whisky festival. Unfortunately we couldn’t attend the festival together, due to the fact that I, @Dramtastic.86, am away for work at the moment…. Lees verder →

Double-V (meets Klubb23)

Some of you might know this Belgium Independent Bottler already, but there aren’t a lot of bottlings out there yet and it’s quite a young Indie, so let’s get acquainted with Double-V. And we’ll top off with a new Klubb23 release 🥃… A few years ago the owner of Double-V bought a whole stock of… Lees verder →

Chapter 7

A while ago we came in contact with Selim Evin from Chapter 7. We talked about, off course…, whisky and our passion in sharing our journey with others. We found out that we had a similar mindset about things, so when Selim asked us to try and explore some of his releases we couldn’t resist!… Lees verder →

The Land of Milk and Honey

In our whisky journey, we’ve been fortune enough to explore all kind of whisk(e)y’s from all over the globe. We’ve even tasted some drams from New Zealand, Iceland and South Africa (and many more of course…). These countries aren’t your typical picks in a local- or online whisky store. But we still had a country… Lees verder →

Bruichladdich – Black Art 08.1

Nobody really knows what kind of mystery is going on with the Black Art releases by Bruichladdich… except the head distiller. In this case Adam Hannet used his Black Art in selecting the casks for the 08.1 release, in which the youngest cask is from 1994. So some of its mystery is revealed by telling… Lees verder →

BBQ and Whisky – a food paring Masterclass

Who doesn’t like a good dram with some delicious BBQ food…? Some of you might already know about my, @Whiskypeater, other big passion… BBQing 🔥. So when I received an invite from the BBQ Pitmaster Community to join a BBQ food and whisky paring Masterclass in collaboration with Tony van Rooijen (Keeper of the Quaich… Lees verder →

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