Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Soaper’s Choice

My great-grandmother used to put all the last slivers of bars of soap into a plastic bag and mush them together to make a new bar and eke it out a bit longer. From the tone of the anecdote my … Continue reading

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Going with the grain

The first whisky tasting I ever went to was run by a woman. It was a Laphroaig tasting, and the wonderful Patsy Christie from Maxxium came (you’ll find her doing a lot of stuff for the Macallan these days) and … Continue reading

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Guest Post

I’ve written a guest post for my friend Ben Matthews over at LittleTipple – Ben’s a fantastic writer with an incredible knack for remembering all the little facts that make whisky so interesting. He’s also an amazing photographer, so you … Continue reading

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