Your whisky's age statement might not be telling the full story
Is whisky a truly gluten-free beverage?
When we talk about liquor, the image that comes to mind is always that of an amber liquid. Whisky is the most commonly enjoyed liquor in the world.Read More
Unearthing the Magic Malts of Aberlour
Aberlour, a small village in Moray, Scotland, is ancient. It is situated at a confluence where a wild mountain stream cascades down the slopes of Ben Rinnes and Linn falls, and runs through wooded glens to meet the Spey. is aptly named after that stream, Lour. In Gaelic, it means “the mouth of the chattering burn”. The druid priests of the Celts believed that the water of Lour had healing powers. They were the first to use it to distill alcohol for the elixir they produced to treat the ailing. They also believed that Lour spoke to them, imparted knowledge. Centuries later, this view was shared by another.Read More