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Call of Hebrides: Discovering Bruichladdich
Could it ever be that a young and wandering Bacchus trod upon the Scottish isles of Islay and fell in love, blessing it with gurgling streams and vast green meadows that’d bear greatest of Scottish distilleries that ever were? Bacchus may have taken a break from his love of vines and indulged himself in the resplendent warmth of uisga beatha, but Islay sure is blessed. Of the many distilleries strewn on the isles, Bruichladdich Distillery stands a testimony to the changing colours of time, as layers upon layers of stories settle on its ageing walls. The journals of a man long gone, by the name of Rudd Harvey talk of the birth of Bruichladdich that has stood the test of time.Read More
Scottish Whisky Festivals That All Scotch Lovers Should Attend
Nothing, and no one is more Scottish than Scotch itself, and the drink is in fact so popular, the word whisky is derived from the Gaelic term, uisge beatha, which literally translates to ‘the water of life.’Read More
The ‘Punny’ Whisky: Kuchh Nai Scotch Whisky
Imagine you’re out pub-hopping and reach the point where you are at the last bar for the night, and don’t feel like drinking anymore. So you say “” (nothing) when asked for what you’d like. What you receive though, is a beautiful glass of whisky. Baffled? Don’t be. For the uninitiated, Kuchh Nai is a blended scotch of British origin, translating into as mentioned, ‘nothing’ in Hindi. Talk of cross continental influence on whisky-making and you have Kucch Nai to grace the throne.Read More