by Christy McFarlane on 24th May 2018 in Talking Whisky

Our head distiller Adam Hannett will take to the stage once again this Sunday, 2...

Shipping to the States (USA)

by Christy McFarlane on 21st May 2018 in Other stuff

Our team in the Laddie shop have had to update their shipping terms to America....

Etape Caledonia Charity Auction for Marie Curie

by Christy McFarlane on 15th May 2018 in Our People

On the Etape Caledonia Team...

Looking for Port Charlotte?

by Christy McFarlane on 10th May 2018 in Talking Whisky

Looking for details of the new Port Charlotte range?...

Phase Two Begins

by Christy McFarlane on 5th April 2018 in The Distillery

Work has well and truly started on our second warehouse at the new Coultorsay si...

Remembering the SS Tuscania

by Christy McFarlane on 5th February 2018 in Exploring History

Today was a prominent day in Islay's history. The 5th of February marked 100 yea...

Aberdeenshire Regional Trials

by Christy McFarlane on 2nd February 2018 in Place, On Barley

Today our Production Director Allan Logan welcomed Colin Tough of Barnyards of D...

Carl Reavey, 1956 - 2018

by Christy McFarlane on 9th January 2018 in Our People

It is with deep sadness that we must tell you of the sudden death of our great f...

The Organic Perspective

by Carl Reavey on 20th December 2017 in On Barley, Talking Whisky, Exploring History

We have now been distilling organic grain since 2003, fourteen years t...

Bere Pioneers - The Agronomy Institute of Orkney College-UHI

by Carl Reavey on 19th December 2017 in On Barley, Our People

Bere is important.  There are three fundamental reasons for this....

2017 Bere Harvest – "The Year Of The Skegs"

by Carl Reavey on 19th December 2017 in On Barley, Our People

Peter Martin and John Wishart of the Agronomy Institure of Orkney College/UHI in...

1000 Hills Distillery - Kigali, Rwanda

by Sara Parkin on 12th December 2017 in Talking Whisky, Other stuff

In my self-appointed role as scout for distilling talent in unexpected places, w...

A sleepy little backwater?

by Iain Morrison on 11th December 2017 in Our People, Exploring History

Many moons ago the Scotland rugby giant that is Ian “Mighty Mouse” McLauchla...

Robert Harvey's Bag

by Jane Carswell on 8th December 2017 in The Distillery

A piece of history was returned to the distillery recently; the Gladstone-style ...

New Releases illustrate the "What, Where and How" of Barley Provenance

by Carl Reavey on 6th December 2017 in On Barley, Talking Whisky

Single malt Scotch whiskies have traditionally been presented accompanied by age...

Bruichladdich distil spirit from Islay-grown rye

by Jane Carswell on 1st December 2017 in On Barley, Talking Whisky

Production director Allan Logan and head distiller Adam Hannett of Bruichladdich...

Global launch of The Organic 2009

by Carl Reavey on 30th November 2017 in On Barley, Talking Whisky

 Bruichladdich - 'The Organic 2009'...

In the Doldrums with the Fishes

by Carl Reavey on 17th November 2017 in Other stuff

After eleven days of racing and 3,000 miles of ocean in the Transat Jacques Vabr...

Carlo Petrini and Slow Food

by Iain Morrison on 17th November 2017

He is 68, bald and bearded yet treated like a rock star in his native Italy wher...

Join Phil and Pablo in a Dram as they cross the equator!

by Carl Reavey on 14th November 2017 in Other stuff

The epic Transat Jacques Vabre yacht race from Le Havre in France to Salvador de...


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