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Rare beauty of Glenmorangie Pride 1974 inspires creation by musical prodigy

Rare beauty of Glenmorangie Pride 1974 inspires creation by musical prodigy

The most prestigious Highland single malt ever created by Glenmorangie has been revealed. Glenmorangie Pride 1974 is the Distillery’s oldest, rarest and deepest whisky – and the most prized expression yet, in the illustrious Glenmorangie Pride series.  The whisky’s beauty is so rare that it has inspired a musical composition reflecting its 41 years ofContinue Reading

LSA International are celebrating all things GIN with their latest collection

LSA International are celebrating all things GIN with their latest collection

We have been enjoying a sunny spell over the last few days and long may it last. It is just about time to dust off our picnic baskets and venture outdoors. So enjoy al fresco dining with this brand new specialist gin collection from LSA International. From a cocktail set and serving accessories to a GrandContinue Reading

Tamdhu marks 120th anniversary with 50 Year Old whisky

Tamdhu marks 120th anniversary with 50 Year Old whisky

Tamdhu Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky has unveiled its oldest ever bottling – Tamdhu 50 Year Old – to coincide with the distillery’s 120thanniversary. Matured in a first fill European oak sherry butt for five decades, just 100 bottles of Tamdhu 50 Year Old will be made available globally. This single cask release will retailContinue Reading

All aboard the whisky train

All aboard the whisky train

Want to explore the world of whisky but don’t know your Bell’s from your Bunnahabhain? Fancy a change from the old favourites but not sure what else to try? The WhiskyTubeMap is launching on World Whisky Day, the 20th May, and we want you to get on board! This unique map links world whiskies by flavour,Continue Reading

Royal Academy of Culinary Arts Scotland to host dinner in City of Glasgow College training restaurant

Royal Academy of Culinary Arts Scotland to host dinner in City of Glasgow College training restaurant

The Royal Academy of Culinary Arts, Scotland is teaming up with City of Glasgow College to host a one-off gastronomic evening in the college’s new city centre training restaurant, Scholars on Wednesday 29 March. A unique four course dinner will be prepared by college students in collaboration with some of the country’s most talented chefs.Continue Reading