American Whiskey Special plus Kingbarns, Single Oak Project, Edradour and Germany
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
A lord among malts (Glenrothes)
Glenrothes has a formidable reputation as a single malt and is a key component in the internationally renowned Cutty Sark. Tom Bruce-Gardyne visited the distillery
December 2003, Issue 36, page 42
A new dawn for Bowmore (Brian Morrison)
After 38 years in whisky, Brian Morrison, managing director of Morrison Bowmore Distillers, is retiring from his executie position to become Joint Chairman. He reminisces with Charles Maclean
February 2002, Issue 21, page 34
A Spicy Experience
Elbow deep in rices, spices and whiskie.
April 2013, Issue 111, page 56
Most single malts are named after their distilleries, which in turn are mostly place names. Most blended Scotches are named after the merchants who created them although a few, such as Cutty Sark (a s...
July 2006, Issue 57, page 24
An alternative whisky map of the world...
Tom Bruce-Gardyne takes an irreverent look at the world's 15 largest whisky markets - plus the characters and caricatures you might find in each country. The world of whisky is full of exaggerated per...
July 2002, Issue 24, page 24
Cutty Sark sails back to UK
“Weel done, Cutty-sark!” roars Tam O'Shanter in the eponymous poem by Robert Burns, full of references to whisky and its emboldening effects. And the ‘cutty sark' of the poem (the old Scots for...
January 2010, Issue 85, page 8
Dave and Goliath
Dave Broom speculate on the fate of the smaller whisky brands faced with today's globalised marketplace
October 2002, Issue 26, page 8
Pip Hills penetrates the smokescreen surrounding the complexities of tasting, flavour and how to describe them in a way we can all understand …
December 2001, Issue 20, page 28
Dinner with the keeper
The keepers of the Quaich are a clan shrouded with mystery. Tom Bruce Gardyne reveals what it's like to experience one of their twice yearly gatherings.
December 2000, Issue 13, page 32
Beautiful craft, adventure and the dram. What else is there? Cutty Sark have the perfect recipe, reports Brian Hennigan
December 1999, Issue 7, page 10
Drink less but better
Ian Buxton delves into the world of premium aged blends
November 2007, Issue 67, page 16
From monsters to minnows
Pip Hills looks at who owns what in the world of whisky
March 2003, Issue 29, page 17
From Tobermory to Tobago
Burn Stewart has a global presence after its recent purchase by a Caribbean based company. Peter Mulryan finds out what its plans are.
September 2003, Issue 33, page 48
Frontier spirit (Oddbins)
A drinks retail pioneer, Oddbins stands head and shoulders above many other UK chains for the way it approaches and sells Scotch – like a fellow whisky lover. Tom Bruce-Gardyne finds out more
June 2002, Issue 23, page 48
Fuelling affairs of the state
Whisky has often served as a lubricant driving the cogs of diplomacy and politics. But as Chris Hill reports,it has also been a hinderance as well as a help
October 2005, Issue 51, page 18
Gangsters, guns and the real McCoy
Tom Bruce-Gardyne traces the history of Berry Bros. and Rudd through Prohibition, a period that saw the birth of one of themost famous blends in the world, Cutty Sark.
February 2001, Issue 14, page 32
Highland malt will be flowing again soon from the long-mothballed Glenglassaugh distillery, following its sale in March by the Edrington Group. The new owners is a Dutch investment group The Scaent G...
April 2008, Issue 71, page 8
Englishman Adam Edward relaxes his stiff upper lip to reveal a life-long passion.
April 2000, Issue 9, page 70
Kate Portman looks at how blended Scotch is making an impact across the globe from beach parties to trendy bars.
October 2008, Issue 75, page 18
Icons of Whisky 2008
Following months of scrutiny,much debate and exhaustive rounds of voting, we finally reveal the cream of the crop in the whisky world.
February 2008, Issue 70, page 15
In search of the perfect combination
It's a marriage made in heaven – whisky and cigars. But what are the best combinations? We brought a group of experts together in Cuba to find out. Damian Riley-Smith reports
June 2003, Issue 31, page 24
It's Coming to Fruition
The Battle of the Blends round five
July 2015, Issue 129, page 38
Journey into the subconscious
Jefferson Chase guides us down through the murky and mysterious world of Japanese author Haruki Murakami
August 2002, Issue 25, page 77
Whisky Magazine's barfly Kate Portman discovers an oasis of whisky at the end of the line.
February 2009, Issue 78, page 36
Le momentum du malt
France remains an exciting and intriguing territory for whisky. Tom Bruce-Gardyne reports
September 2003, Issue 33, page 32
Lets go Fruity
Whisky chef Martine Nouet embraces Harvest Time.
September 2011, Issue 98, page 52
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
Live Auctions Face Online Competition
Auction news with records broken
September 2014, Issue 122, page 80
Lust among the dust
some may dismiss them as flash trash or bric-a-brac, but in the eyes of collectors they are prized antiques. Ann Davies reports on whisky's objets d'art
June 2000, Issue 10, page 42
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
Joe Bates looks at how London City Airport is gearing up
March 2012, Issue 102, page 33
Gavin D Smith talks to the new broom at the Edrington Group.
September 2009, Issue 82, page 44
Martin Betts learnt more than a wealth of whisk(e)y knowledge from Whisky Magazine Live's Masterclasses, he found out that the Master Blenders and Distillers could communicate with the enthusiast with...
July 2001, Issue 17, page 30
Whisky ambassadors travel the world promoting whisky. The ideal job? Martine Nouet went to find out
August 2006, Issue 58, page 24
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
Gavin D Smith reveals the contribution grain has made to the Scotch whisky industry.
June 2000, Issue 10, page 36
Sugar and spice and all things nice
In the final part of his nosing course, Charles Maclean suggests that classifying malts by region has little meaning classification by flavour is more useful: but how on earth do you do it?
August 1999, Issue 5, page 66
The Glenrothes is one of Scotland's biggest distilleries but is an enigmatic one too,its doors generally closed to visitors and its malts relatively unknown.Dominic Roskrow visited it.
February 2008, Issue 70, page 40
That's the spirit-
Mystery visitor goes to Islay
October 2002, Issue 26, page 26
The art of the matter
Brian Hennigan swaps palate for palette as he takes you on an irreverent journey through the whisky-loving Renaissance and sipping surrealists to modern art and its relationship with malts
February 2002, Issue 21, page 18
The bar in the Bluegrass
Ken Hoskins visits Lousiville's Seelbach Hilton Hotel, where Al Capone gambled away his ill-gotten gains, F.Scott Fitzgerald became so drunk he was physically ejected and Max Allen Jr., Kentucky's leg...
February 2001, Issue 14, page 56
The best of blends
Is a passion for blends on the rise? Ian Wisniewski looks at what is being done to promote blended Scotch.
October 2006, Issue 59, page 21
The China syndrome
Shanghai is now one of the world's cutting edge cities and blended whiskies are gaining big markets. But what about malts? Graham Thompson has been peering into his dram to find out more
October 2004, Issue 43, page 54
The great escape
Grouse and the Gloags, part 2: Margaret Rand meets the current Matthew Gloag, who had escaped the corporate rat race and handcuffs to live in France and have a reverse career pattern
June 1999, Issue 4, page 47
The Miller's Tale
Last Thursday I met two men who had bought distilleries in the last month: Michael Beamish and Leonard Russell. For me they represent the joyful polarity of the whisky industry. Michael was on time a...
October 2003, Issue 34, page 5
THE ORCADIAN FIRE
Canadian band, Arcade Fire are one of the most talked about acts in the world, having won both Grammy and Brit Awards for their critically acclaimed album The Suburbs and attracting an army of fans fr...
December 2011, Issue 100, page 54
The softer side of Islay (Bunnahabhain)
Bunnahabhain is the foil to Islay's claymore, finds Ian Buxton
November 2002, Issue 27, page 44
The Spirit of Scotland
An overview of the Scotch whisky industry today
July 2015, Issue 129, page 28
The travelling drams
Gavin D Smith, Ian Buxton and Charles MacLean compare the old with the new
October 2010, Issue 91, page 59
The unsung heroes of whisky
Dave Broom talks to the people behind some of the world's most famous brands, the blenders, and attempts to piece together the complex jigsaw of tasks their job entails
July 2001, Issue 17, page 16
The view from the top
The premium blended Scotch market has proved to be highly resilient and has emerged from the downturn strongly. Dominic Roskrow reports
October 2010, Issue 91, page 22
A resurgent Tamdhu Distillery
June 2013, Issue 112, page 26
Whisky in the mix
Jane Slade ecamines how people drink their whisky around the globe and discovers how versatile the water of life can be.
December 2000, Issue 13, page 58
Whisky magazine live
Whisky Magazine Live is to be launched very soon, intended to give you, the whisky enthusiast, the opportunity to taste many great whiskies. The event will also give you the chance to enjoy to speakin...
February 2001, Issue 14, page 30
Whisky, cocktails, and all that jazz (Be Bop Bar)
Ken Hoskins travels to eastern Europe and puts his feet up in the Be Bop Bar with his new Czech mate.
November 2000, Issue 12, page 76
Why Scotch is sexy in Spain
Tom Bruce-Gardyne explores the reasons, both cultural and political, behind Spain becoming the world's biggest consumer of Scotch whisky and with an image quite unlike any other
December 2001, Issue 20, page 66
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