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A wysgi to toast Wales’ patron saint

By Alan J. Wax Quick, name a Celtic saint celebrated in March. Bet you picked St. Patrick. Ever hear of St. David, the patron saint of Wales? For centuries, March 1 has been a national festival day in Wales, commemorating … Continue reading

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Highlands distiller Knockdhu adds some smoke to its AnCnoc single malts

Distiller pays homage to its heritage with a series of limited edition peaty expressions By Alan J. Wax A distillery in Scotland’s Highlands region, an area largely known for its floral, sweetish, fruity single-malt whiskies, now is offering something for those … Continue reading

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Finding rare Scotch whiskies among Edinburgh’s tourist traps

A trip to Scotland would not be complete without a whisky stop. However, my itinerary was far too short during a recent journey for a stopover at one of the country’s many distilleries. One possible alternative: a visit to the … Continue reading

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Glenmorangie adds a 1993 ‘virgin’ American oak single malt, Ealanta

Fans of Glenmorangie single malt Scotch whisky will soon have something  to cheer about: a new expression to sample, Glenmorangie Ealanta, part of the distiller‘s Private Edition range. Scots Gaelic for “skilled and ingenious,” Ealanta is a 19-year-old Glenmorangie that’s … Continue reading

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