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A cure for hiccups
Robin Laing takes a gentle stroll with his friend through Speyside
November 2004, Issue 44, page 34
A Good Bassy Tone
Ian Buxton meets the team behind Tuthilltown Spirits, a craft distillery on the rise
February 2013, Issue 109, page 30
A great vintage
The fourth Whisky Live Paris saw an incredible gathering of rare and exciting drams,we find out more
November 2007, Issue 67, page 10
A stupid move
Plans to ban drinking from a glass in pubs and clubs in Scotland are wrong,says Dominic Roskrow
April 2006, Issue 55, page 5
A thoroughly Scottish night in
Neil Ridley donned his tweeds, applied the moustache wax and packed the picnic blanket for a splendid night in...
January 2010, Issue 85, page 20
An Agreeable Interlude
Canapés and whisky
March 2015, Issue 126, page 60
Barrels of innovation
Ian Wisniewski looks at how companies are pushing the boundaries with casks
April 2007, Issue 63, page 62
Blackadder ploughs on
In the latest of our series celebrating some of whisky's lesser known personalities,Dominic Roskrow talks to Robin Tucek,owner of independent whisky company Blackadder.
June 2009, Issue 80, page 33
Ian Buxtonlooks at the rise of whisky liqueurs and infusions
October 2012, Issue 107, page 22
Box clever (John Glaser)
Dave Broom talks to John Glaser, the man exploring the boundaries of whisky
August 2002, Issue 25, page 34
The search starts again to find the cream of the crop in the whisky world. In the first of three voting heats, we reveal the winners of the Scottish round.
September 2011, Issue 98, page 6
Whisky writer John Lamond delves into the issue of corks.
December 2007, Issue 68, page 16
Don't go against the grain
Despite views to the contrary,grain whisky can be pretty sensational - and great value for money.
March 2006, Issue 54, page 50
Drinking in the Big Smoke
We look at some excellent whisky bars in the English capital, but also at what is happening elsewhere in the country, a distilling revolution is beginning to bear fruit
February 2012, Issue 101, page 44
Edinburgh's Whisky Fringe
John Morton recounts his experience on the Royal Mile.
November 2002, Issue 27, page 14
With the search for the Global Icons of Whisky nearing its end, we turn our attention to the rest of the world; this includes producing nations such as Ireland, Japan, Canada and India
March 2012, Issue 102, page 6
Evolution in North America
We review the three recent shows from Fort Lauderdale, Toronto and Los Angeles
December 2010, Issue 92, page 10
Expanding the niche
The art of creating something a little different
February 2014, Issue 117, page 40
Dave muses on Dewar's move into the flavoured categor
April 2013, Issue 111, page 11
Gavin D. Smith chats with John Glaser about the influence of French oak
April 2012, Issue 103, page 20
Because blended grains make finer whisky
July 2015, Issue 129, page 42
If you can't say anything nice...
Mark is a U.S contributing editor for Whisky Magazine
April 2013, Issue 111, page 14
Being independent certainly has its advantages but what opportunities and challenges do Independent bottlers currently face? Ian Wisniewski finds out.
July 2009, Issue 81, page 28
Industry 'Oscars' honour the heroes of whisky
The Icons of Whisky recognise the people and companies that have made the biggest contribution to the world of whisky. Dominic Roskrow explains how the winners were chosen
March 2005, Issue 46, page 26
In the second round of voting our focus is on America. The search is on to find the iconic people and places of whisky
October 2012, Issue 107, page 6
It's All in the Mix
The Compass Box Blending School
October 2014, Issue 123, page 44
Join the Debate
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January 2011, Issue 93, page 70
Whisky Magazine's barfly Kate Portman discovers an oasis of whisky at the end of the line.
February 2009, Issue 78, page 36
Lets go Fruity
Whisky chef Martine Nouet embraces Harvest Time.
September 2011, Issue 98, page 52
Limburg Whisky Fair 2005
In just three years, the Whisky Fair at Limburg in Germany has established a good reputation and continues to attract excellent visitor numbers.
March 2005, Issue 46, page 15
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
Live and kicking
Marcin Miller evaluates the inaugural Whisky Magazine Live and comes to the conclusion that if you missed it, you missed out
July 2001, Issue 17, page 28
Looking to the future
In this issue we look at how other spirits have far more flexibility to experiment and are therefore able to reinvent themselves to appeal to new drinkers,and ask is this damaging the future of whisky...
August 2006, Issue 58, page 16
Magic in the mix
Why is it that the reverence for single malts can turn into disappointment, or disdain,when single malts are mixed together? Is this based on knowing what blending can achieve,or just unenlightened pr...
September 2005, Issue 50, page 72
Mark of distinction
The Harris Whisky Company is the latest company to bring quality whisky to the English market. Dominic Roskrow reports
July 2006, Issue 57, page 59
Neil Ridleyis a regular contributor to Whisky Magazine and a number of publications including Imbibe, The Malt Whisky Yearbook, The Evening Standard and Aston Martin Magazine. He also sits on the pane...
April 2012, Issue 103, page 13
Mix it up and start again
Why don't whiskies from different nations ever get belnded togeterh? Or do they? Gavin Smith found out
December 2003, Issue 36, page 32
Does the art of blending vary with the size of the operation? Richard Jones talks to John Glaser of Compass Box and John Ramsay of The Famous Grouse
July 2005, Issue 49, page 30
New World Order
With the search for the Global Icons of Whisky nearing its end, we turn our attention to the rest of the world; this includes producing nations such as Ireland, Japan, Canada and India.
March 2013, Issue 110, page 6
Nothing wrong with being a cheeky Monkey
Perhaps it's because of what we British call the ‘silly season', but over the summer months I seem to get a larger than normal number of calls from national journalists wanting to write about whisky...
July 2005, Issue 49, page 5
On the up
Is grain whisky on the verge of an exciting new era? Ian Wisniewski finds out.
November 2008, Issue 76, page 28
Out of the shadows
Grain whisky is stepping into the spotlight after years of being undervalued. Ian Wisniewski finds out more
November 2006, Issue 60, page 56
Provenance and perception
Our man looks at the strength and allure of brands
June 2014, Issue 120, page 58
Raising the bar (Gordon & McPhail)
Gordon & McPhail is something of a ‘one stop shop'f or whisky enthusiasts. As it celebrates 10 years as a distillery owner our man looks at why it continues to surprise and delight
March 2007, Issue 62, page 50
The search is nearly over for the cream of the crop in the whisky world. In the final round of the regional voting our focus turns to the ‘rest of the world'.
February 2010, Issue 86, page 6
Russians seek out a taste of luxury
A new elite in Russia is demanding the world's very best products, quality single malt among them. Marcin Miller reports
January 2006, Issue 53, page 38
Spicing up the industry
Compass Box's new product is a cracker. But will it upset the traditionalists?
October 2005, Issue 51, page 12
Stamp of authority
Tax stamps are being introduced for bottles of British spirits. In this issue we ask a panel whether they think they are a good idea
June 2006, Issue 56, page 16
Sweet fruits of labour
Martine Nouet finds good use for the harvests of summer, combined with whisky
July 2003, Issue 32, page 40
A look at foods that employ the skill of blending and pairing them with blended whisky
September 2015, Issue 130, page 60
Coconut Cream Speyside 1990
Single Malt - Scotland - 46.00% 7 Light, but a good aperitif. Have it with ice.
Compass Box Asyla
Blended Malt - Scotland - 40.00% 8 A refreshing dram. Straightforward, clean. No complexity but it does not boast sophistication. Simplicity and natural are also great qualities.
Compass Box Asyla
Blended Malt - Scotland - 43.00% 7 Plenty of attack, but straightforward rather than complex. Suggested as a base for cocktails. I'll work on that...
Compass Box Eleuthera
Blended Malt - Scotland - 46.00% 8 Hold your glass to your ear and listen to water lapping against the tarred boat hull.
Compass Box Flaming Heart
Blended Malt - Scotland - 48.90% 8 Worth a try but not the most subtle or refined of the range.
Compass Box Hedonism
Grain - Scotland - 43.00% 8 Remarkably flavoursome and enjoyable for a blend of grain whiskies.
Compass Box Hedonism
Blended Grain - Scotland - 43.00% 8 Someone knows what they are doing. Who would have thought grain whisky could taste so good?
Compass Box Hedonism
Blended Grain - Scotland - 43.00% 8 Compass Box knows how to stay on course. Its whiskies are well-judged and consistent.
Compass Box Hedonism Quindecimus
Blended - Scotland - 46.00% 8 A lovely, moderately aged grain whisky. This has a truly unique flavour profile which every whisky lover should try at least once.
Compass Box Oak Cross
Blended Malt - Scotland - 43.00% 8 Perky, smooth yet firm and spicy. Clever stuff and hugely drinkable.
Compass Box Orangerie
Whisky Liqueur - Scotland - 40.00% 7 It is not a whisky, so it cannot be scored as one. In character, I would regard it as an aperitif liqueur, rather than an-after dinner drink. In a category of its own, it secures a high score.
Compass Box The Peat Monster
Blended Malt - Scotland - 46.00% 8 A monster? As compared to earlier creations from the same house, but don't expect mass hysteria on Park Avenue.
Compass Box The Peat Monster
Blended Malt - Scotland - 46.00% 8 A warm, clean and charming whisky. The Islay influence is there but gently flirting with a mainland fellow. An accomplished character.
Compass Box The Peat Monster Reserve
Blended Malt - Scotland - 48.90% 8 Not so much a Monster,more a Big Friendly Giant.
Compass Box Whisky Company The Lost Blend
Blended Malt - Scotland - 46.00% 8 Bottled in the nick of time. Any longer in the cask and the oak would dominate.
Hedonism Limited Release
- Scotland - 50.10% 8 Complex and characterful.