Isle Of Skye

A lighter shade of gold-ish amber with a nice natural look, very becoming for a sherry influenced whisky of this age. Clearly marked with lack of colorant and non chill-filtered, that is always nice. This bottle has wonderful bird details in the glass and a simple but effective shape. I enjoy the design of the label with its unusual reddish golden type matched with teal touches. Sophisticated without being stuffy and the very original colors seem to work wonderfully with the color of the whisky. Apples, apple core and apple skin with the entire sensory experience of apples, which, of course, is rather pleasing. Then there is cinnamon, carmel, toffee, salt and a touch of kaffir lime leaves. Fresh and vibrant with light coastal overtones but a more complex and higher elevation location. The coast is near but orchards and rare plants are blossoming everywhere.

Luxury and tranquility on the Isle of Skye

Positioned geographically between Islay and the Isle of Skye, it shares taste elements with both the peaty Islay malts and the rocky, salty malt of Talisker. I think it bears the most resemblance, however, to the Campbeltown distillery of Springbank. The distillery, like many, has had a rocky history during which it suffered many closures and re-openings. It was briefly renamed as Ledaig distillery in the s. The name Tobermory also adorned bottlings of a blended scotch, and later a vatted malt, before finally being bottled as a single malt in

Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky There are nearly islands scattered off Scotland’s crenellated coastline, of which only a few are inhabited – and fewer still have a distillery.

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Morrison Bowmore Distillery

Torosay in Craignure in In , the then-owner of Torosay Castle, David James decided to open the house and gardens to the public. Although Planning permission was granted in , it was not until April that construction got under way. The line was completed in May , with the first test run taking place on the 22nd of that month. The first experimental service started on 18 August with the official opening of the line taking place on 22 June the following year.

In , Torosay Castle was advertised for sale. Due to uncertainty over the future of the estate, the Mull and West Highland Narrow Gauge Railway Company announced the formal closure of the line on 28 October but see above.

Mar 17,  · The Teeling Single Malt Irish Whiskey is composed of several Cooley-distilled malts, ranging from young up to some whiskeys distilled in The whiskeys were finished in a heady combination of Sherry, Port, Madeira, Cabernet Sauvignon, and White Burgundy casks.

One for immediate consumption gone and the other to add to my collection of fine Kilchoman releases. Let me tell you now that this is one delicious drop! Especially so for me as I was lucky enough to do some work experience there last year see exactly how it was made. This one hasn’t lasted very long because it is so drinkable. And this would be why! Strong essence of peat smoke. Sweet peat smoke flavor with a hint of citrus.

It started well with my mandatory stop at this fine establishment. Past the sign and down the magic tunnel and into my happy place Indoors there was a dizzying array of tastytasty liquor and I just had time for one. So I scanned the bar! They have a wonderful whisky selection and I was quite spoiled for choice. In the end I chose an Ardbeg 10 as the tasting was non-Islay and that’s just not a good thing!!

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Prehistory[ edit ] A Mesolithic hunter-gatherer site dating to the 7th millennium BC at An Corran in Staffin is one of the oldest archaeological sites in Scotland. Its occupation is probably linked to that of the rock shelter at Sand, Applecross , on the mainland coast of Wester Ross where tools made of a mudstone from An Corran have been found. Surveys of the area between the two shores of the Inner Sound and Sound of Raasay have revealed 33 sites with potentially Mesolithic deposits.

There is a 2nd or 3rd millennium BC chambered cairn , an Iron Age promontory fort and the remains of another prehistoric settlement dating from the Bronze Age nearby. Loch na h-Airde on the peninsula is linked to the sea by an artificial “Viking” canal that may date from the later period of Norse settlement.

Whether they’re from Islay, Aberdeenshire or Speyside, the brands featured on GAYOT’s Best Single Malt Scotch Whiskies are sure to provide a sublime sipping experience. This bottling is an ode to the Isle of Jura’s largest standing stone, Camas an Staca.

Bob Simon and Steve Kroft are the correspondents. Harry Radliffe II, producer. So when our late colleague Bob Simon heard about a magical place in the Hebrides Islands off the coast of Scotland, known for making some of the great whiskies in the world. Well, the story spoke to him. Islay CBS News The place is called Islay and it’s one of five whisky-producing regions in Scotland that make an expensive type of scotch called single malt. Islay’s distilleries turn out relatively small amounts of their own handcrafted brands for a worldwide luxury market that’s more than doubled in size in the last decade and become the spirit equivalent of the fine wine business.

Bob liked good scotch and beautiful places. So he went off to Scotland. He died before he could finish the piece, leaving behind a stack of videotapes and some random notes. Back in , we decided to finish it for him and raise a glass in his memory.

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Torosay in Craignure in In , the then-owner of Torosay Castle, David James decided to open the house and gardens to the public. Although Planning permission was granted in , it was not until April that construction got under way. The line was completed in May , with the first test run taking place on the 22nd of that month.

An aromatic fusion of coffee, ginger spice and a hint of milk chocolate on the nose. Caramelized peach, chewy licorice and candied orange with a hint of sea-spray and smoke.

Published 8 times a year Whisky Magazine is the perfect complement to the dram in your glass. It is undoubtedly complex and yet the aromas are in complete harmony with the malt. Taste A touch of cinnamon adds a spicy edge to the soft and sweet texture which captivates the palate. The classic Arran citrus notes have rounded with age and reveal new depths of character against a background of sweet oak.

Finish It drifts over the tongue like golden syrup and fades ever so slowly to tempt another sip. This is a beautifully made whisky. Arran has come a long way in 10 years. Truly the best things in life are always worth waiting for! The array of aromas on display is underpinned by a delightful barley sugar character. Palate A true blast of fresh island character with a full-bodied, oily edge which coats the palate.

Isle of Mull Railway

As this is one of the more complex of whiskies, it may take some getting used to. Once you can appreciate it, though, nothing beats Talisker for relief at the end of a hard day. Sea air, seaweed, brine, a hint of blood orange. Hard and rocky, evoking sea cliffs and tumbling waterfalls. There is a shadow of heather in the middle notes, and a solid background of peat but not smoke.

The Quiet Man 8 Year Old Single Malt. The Quiet Man Blended Traditional Irish Whiskey. The Sexton. Isle of Jura 16 Year Old Diurachs Own. Isle of Jura 18 Year Old. A fruity and powerful expression of Arran single malt that has been finished in the finest Port wine.

In the main square, you will find public toilets and the tourist information centre. Cycle hire available is available from the Post Office telephone Look out for the Spirited Soaps shop and their whisky soaps. The Mactaggart leisure centre tel has a swimming pool, fitness studio and sauna. Next to it, you can take a tour of the Bowmore distillery which was founded in and is the oldest on the island.

Legend has it that it was designed so there would be no corners for the devil to hide in. Constructed from to , the white body of the church is almost twenty metres in diameter with a rectangular tower at the front. The Latin inscription above the door tells us that it was built by Daniel Campbell “to promote truth and honour”. The gallery was added in around and the organ added in With the streets laid out in a grid pattern, it was the first planned village in Scotland and was part of a resettlement scheme involving people from the old village of Killarow near Islay House Bridgend.

Look out for Islay House Square which includes Elizabeth Sykes Batiques , Islay Quilters , Islay Studios , Islay Ales tastings and guided tours of the micro-brewery , as well as a textile conservation workshop, stained glass workshop, coffee shop, cards, gifts, etc.

An introduction to Isle of Jura

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