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100 Greatest Distilleries to Visit
Our team of writers around the world give you the distilleries you should visit.
December 2011, Issue 100, page 30
100 Greatest Whisky People
We highlight the people who have left a lasting legacy on the whisky world over the years.
December 2011, Issue 100, page 16
?Grouse shows its older colours
September 2013, Issue 114, page 78
A Highland affair
Caroline Dewar takes a stroll through whisky's heartland
July 2006, Issue 57, page 37
A whisky treasure trove
A report from the the duty free event of the year
December 2013, Issue 116, page 78
Always on call
Ever wondered about the demands of being a whisky superstar? John Haydock offers his answerphone contents up for scrutiny
July 2003, Issue 32, page 74
Bars Guide: London
Capital investment. Let Neil Ridley take you through the bars of London
June 2014, Issue 120, page 51
September 2004, Issue 42, page 40
Desert Island drams
What do professional tasters drink for pleasure? Richard Jones finds out what the whisky makers' whiskies are
June 2003, Issue 31, page 30
Do The Flip Flop Stomp
There's a number of things which happen when you mention Rio to your friends. First, they stop talking to you, then they begin to mutter about “jet-set lifestyle” but as the departure date looms t...
September 2012, Issue 106, page 12
Elementary my dear Michael
Michael Jackson visits Sherlock's Home in Minnesota: he loves the bar, hates the pun
March 1999, Issue 2, page 39
April 2004, Issue 38, page 64
Going native on Deer Island
John Lamond visits one of the most charming and laid-back of the Scottish islands, Jura-home to one of the country's most remote distilleries.
December 2000, Issue 13, page 28
Heather, honey and whisky's future
Jamie Forbes is Albannach's young, gifted and enthusiastic bar manager, and he's bringing malt whisky to a younger audience. Rob Allanson spoke to him
January 2006, Issue 53, page 42
April 2004, Issue 38, page 75
September 2004, Issue 42, page 34
In the beginning
Distilleries covet the title of Scotland's oldest – but where was Scotland's first distillery, and what happened to it? Ian Buxton finds out.
April 2010, Issue 87, page 44
October 2004, Issue 43, page 72
Dave looks at the increasing interest in rum.
September 2008, Issue 74, page 54
Ireland's theory of evolution
Susy Atkins examines Irish drinking culture and discovers that drinkers tastes have gradually changed and moved beyond Guinness, whiskey and liqueurs.
April 2001, Issue 15, page 44
Is this a tortilla chip I see before me?
Brian Hennigan reports groundbreaking research into one of the vital questions of life.
August 1999, Issue 5, page 35
February 2004, Issue 37, page 64
The very roots of whisky are discovered in Holland
July 2014, Issue 121, page 11
Journey from hell to reach whisky heaven (Bushmills)
Stuart Maclean Ramsay embarks on a perilous pilgrimage to Bushmills, home of the world's oldest distillery, in an attempt to find out why, after visiting , some people talk of reincarnation and spirit...
April 2001, Issue 15, page 24
Liqueurs challenge the old order
Not all liqueurs are over sweet and unpalatable. And some should even justify a place in your drinking repertoire. Ian Buxton reports
April 2005, Issue 47, page 48
Iorwerth Griffiths talks to Ireland's first female master blender.
July 2009, Issue 81, page 24
Without Ireland, there would be no whisky in Scotland. Giles Macdonagh traces Scotch back to its Irish roots.
May 1999, Issue 3, page 38
July 2004, Issue 41, page 40
Proof at last - the Irish invented whisk(e)y!
A source of pride for the Scots – but Barry Walsh discovers the ‘truth' behind the origins of whisk(e)y
May 2002, Issue 22, page 50
Andrew Symington has made huge success of Signatory, the world's second largest independent bottler. But this is just the beginning, as Tom Bruce-Gardyne found out.
June 2000, Issue 10, page 48
Saints and sinner
Robin Laing delves in to the historical connections between the country's saints and the water of life
November 2006, Issue 60, page 52
Scotland's double pride
Ian R Mitchell looks at the relationship between two Scottish icons, the national bard and the national dram.
December 2007, Issue 68, page 22
Scotland's obscure corner shop (Whisky Shop)
David Stirk makes a pilgrimage to the heart of Speyside to meet Fiona Murdoch at the Whisky Shop, Dufftown, and collect his medal for visiting this 'obscure corner of Scotland'
February 2001, Issue 14, page 64
The art of science
Our man tackles the age old question about blending, and looks at other traditions
October 2013, Issue 115, page 26
The beautiful South
The Lowlands distilleries are surprisingly varied and highly satisfying.Caroline Dewar reports
June 2006, Issue 56, page 48
The distinct smell of winter
Jefferson Chase writes about The Winter Father by Andre Dubus Snr.
December 2003, Issue 36, page 53
The elements of style part 1
Part one: the raw materials What determines the character of a malt whisky? In the first of a three-part series Professor Alan Rutherford looks at the effect water, barley and yeast have on flavour.
May 1999, Issue 3, page 54
The Heart of the Matter
Joel Harrison explores the iconic whisky making region
October 2012, Issue 107, page 42
The Land of the Midnight Sun
Making whisky with a Scandinavian spin
July 2014, Issue 121, page 14
The Whisky Girls
Discover the women behind the spirit
February 2014, Issue 117, page 11
The whisky lesson
Michael Jackson, friend of malt, learns the British way
July 2001, Issue 17, page 7
October 2004, Issue 43, page 44
October 2004, Issue 43, page 32
July 2004, Issue 41, page 11
Commentator, consultant, writer and chairman of the World Whiskies Conference, Ian Buxton is approaching 25 years in the whisky industry
April 2011, Issue 95, page 11
Waste not, want not
Gavin D. Smith takes a look at the by-products of whisky-making, and where they end up
March 2003, Issue 29, page 38
Welcome to Whisky Magazine
I have been reaquainting myself recently with an old literary favourite of mine from many years ago through the joys of the internet, who knew the digital revolution could be so fun? Garrison Keillor...
February 2008, Issue 70, page 5
Zen and now
Waxing philosophically on paradox, Daniel Houck invites us to consider drinking whisky as a means to enlightenment. It's got to be worth a try right?
February 2002, Issue 21, page 44