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Go Johnnie go (Johnnie Wallker)
Johnnie Wallker is 200 years old. Ian Buxton looks at the history of a whisky icon
June 2005, Issue 48, page 20
Gone with the wind farms?
With two wind farms proposed for Speyside, Charles Maclean asks: how will they affect this unspoiled area?
August 2002, Issue 25, page 44
In conversation (Evan Thomas Cattanach)
Charles MacLean meets Evan Thomas Cattanach, long-term Distillery Manager and now Director of Scotch Knowledge for Schefflin & Somerset in New York
December 2001, Issue 20, page 85
Right foot forward
The original John Walker supplied tea and biscuits, wine and whisky to the sober bughers of Kilmarnock; his descendant Sir Alec Walker built a bath big enough for Churchill. Charles Maclean looks at a...
March 1999, Issue 2, page 22
The glass of whisky in my hand is a pale, straw gold with the faint aroma of pears. Its flavour is gentle, understated and above all smooth. So smooth that someone, after probably at least a bottle, w...
February 2000, Issue 8, page 54
The ghost in the machine
Charles Maclean takes a midnight tour of spectural distillery dogs ghostly maltmen and spirit footsteps that are silenced by the burning of boots. So draw the curtains and gather round the fire
January 1999, Issue 1, page 34
The strange case of the Bothy Still
Gavin D Smith looks at how Diageo's forerunners flirted with the idea of launching a ‘boutique' distillery based on an illegal operation – and how it ended up on the shelf
October 2003, Issue 34, page 48
Walking the line
Gavin D. Smith explores the Speyside Way.
April 2010, Issue 87, page 30
Cardhu 12 Years Old
Single Malt - Scotland - 40.00% Balanced if not hugely complex.
Cardhu Special Cask Reserve
Single Malt - Scotland - 40.00% 7 Well balanced and worth seeking out.
Rare Malts Cardhu 1973 27 Years Old
Single Malt - Scotland - 60.00% 7 They made bigger, peatier whiskies in those days.
Rare Malts Cardhu 1973, 25 Years Old
Single Malt - Scotland - 60.50% 7 For teatime – more fun than Darjeeling.