Anyone else notice the spelling mistake in the 'Talisker timeline' article from the Quaich 10th Anniversary Edition?
They talk through a timeline of a 'typical' cask of Talisker from 1996 - 'A cask of Talisker - 10 years in the making'.
It starts at 1996 when '250 litres of new-make spirit is poured into a refill bourbon cask on site and taken to be matured near Sterling
They go on to say 'Nowadays, the spirit is mostly taken off the island in bulk'.
Very honest of them to say so but surely they could have employed an authentic Scottish proof-reader to advise their Marketing guys, or someone that can spell Stirling.
I hear that Diageo are planning bigger anniversary celebrations for next year when the original Classic Malts will be 20 years on the market.
Anyway, will I buy a Talisker 12? - Well, if I can forgive the typo, IWBRNT!