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Cardhu: The Quaint Charm of a Speyside Distillery
Around the year 1824, a lady named Helen Cumming used to run a distillery in Speyside near Archiestown, Moray, Scotland. She used to sell bottles of whisky to passers-by through the window of her farmhouse. The only malt distillery in the region pioneered by a woman, the distillery was founded by her husband and a whisky smuggler, John Cumming, in 1824. That was the humble beginnings of Cardhu Distillery, as we know of it today.Read More
Monsoon Special: Five Perfect Seasonal Whisky Cocktails To Stir Up A Storm
To think of a lazy monsoon afternoon, one expects to do nothing but indulge in some delicious fast food, enjoy the weather and wear our procrastination hats all day. A heavy monsoon shower is the perfect excuse to get out of work, crash on the couch and try not to move for at least six to eight hours.Read More
5 Hearty Soups to Pair with Your Whisky
Winter has this odd but thoroughly pleasant way of creeping up on people. A light rain often washes away fall’s yellow and brown leaves off the pavement and ushers in a chill in the air that you might have missed otherwise on a lazy late October walk through the park. The sun starts setting sooner than it should and the days that follow All Hallow’s Eve sees the fog crawling over the pond to give the desolate evening quiet company into the night. Shops shut early and silence settles in as people slowly but surely slide under their blankets or curl up in an armchair with a good book and a warm dram.Read More