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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
A fishy tale
In the latest in an occasional series of matching whisky with food, Dave Broom compares and contrasts some sushi-whisky combinations
October 2003, Issue 34, page 61
A frosty reception
Classic malt distillery Dalwhinnie is revamping its visitor experience. Dominic Roskrow spoke to the man charged with ringing the changes.
February 2010, Issue 86, page 44
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 Highland affair
Caroline Dewar takes a stroll through whisky's heartland
July 2006, Issue 57, page 37
A special corner (South and East Highlands)
The region known as The Highlands covers a huge and disparate area. So in this area we focus just on the South and East part of the region
July 2007, Issue 65, page 36
Asia Loves Macallan
Jonny McComick reflects on three very different whisky sales
July 2011, Issue 97, page 82
Ask the expert
Now you can find both of John Rose's superb articles about collecting whisky in one place. In collections,he looks at some of the latest bottles to come up at auction. In questions,he fields your enqu...
September 2008, Issue 74, page 36
Joel Harrison explores the creation of a new blend.
March 2013, Issue 110, page 31
'Win a week's sailing in the Classic Malts Millennium Cruise,' writes Philip Froude, 'too good a chance to let pass by I think and, blow me down, I win!'
November 2000, Issue 12, page 41
The Masterclasses gave visitors the chance to explore the world of whisky more fully. Brigid James picks some highlights
June 2003, Issue 31, page 22
Clear as mud?
When is a Cardhu not a Cardhu? Dave Broom investigates
September 2003, Issue 33, page 12
John Rose provides another selection of collectible bottles
May 2004, Issue 39, page 50
Cream of Campbeltown
Martine Nouet savours Campeltown's whiskies before creating a menu that reflects that lush pastures, beautiful landscape and gentle light of Kintyre.
April 2001, Issue 15, page 60
Crossing the lines
If you fancy visiting some unusual distilleries,why not base yourself in a town and take in the tourist sites too? Here we pick four base camps
July 2008, Issue 73, page 38
Drams on the ocean wave
Nothing quite beats the thrill of visiting a distillery by water. Dominic Roskrow looks at the link between whisky and sailing.
September 2008, Issue 74, page 20
Edinburgh's old haunt is in fine spirit (Glenkinchie)
Ian Buxton braves the ghosts and investigates the roots of lowland malt Glenkinchie
April 2004, Issue 38, page 48
Exploring the Highlands
In the latest in our series on places to visit we look at some of the lesser known distilleries in Eastern Scotland.
July 2009, Issue 81, page 38
Like a fine malt, a good cigar will sooth the savage breast, says James Leavey.
May 1999, Issue 3, page 26
From the Editor
As has been mentioned before in the pages of Whisky Magazine, the appreciation of whisky is a convivial pursuit. Nowhere is this better demonstrated than on adventures such as the Classic Malts Cruise...
November 2001, Issue 19, page 5
From the editor
You are male, in your early 40s. You are married with two children and have a household income of over £50,000 ($80,000) per year. You have visited distilleries in Scotland. You always read Michael J...
December 2001, Issue 20, page 5
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
Grown-up & glamorous
Retro luxury pervades the whisky bars of San Francisco as Larry Walker found out when he did a little relaxing West Coast style
February 2000, Issue 8, page 20
Autumn brings an abundance of Highland Park reports Jonny McCormick.
December 2011, Issue 100, page 98
Hard to put a figure on it...
I'm not one for snobbery, pretentiousness or elitism. Can't stand it. But if I've learned anything over the last few years it's that you get what you pay for and that quality comes at a cost.
September 2004, Issue 42, page 5
Martine Nouet looks at the kiln's part in whisky making
September 2012, Issue 106, page 28
If it moves, logo it...
As whisky becomes fashionable, the battle is on for our money. Alex Meadreports on the sponsorship market
February 2004, Issue 37, page 32
In the footsteps of Twain
An invite to speak at a prestigious club sends Michael Jackson in search of a literary giant
April 2006, Issue 55, page 11
Is it a bear or a bull?
John Rose with another selection of outstanding collectible bottles
July 2006, Issue 57, page 62
Scotland's islands are only loosely connected and include vastly differing geographies, histories and whisky styles.
October 2009, Issue 83, page 36
Charles Douglas visits the wild and beautiful edge of Scotland and provides an alternative history guide to the whisky islands
October 2010, Issue 91, page 30
Our man suggests three different ways to see this clutch of distilleries.
January 2010, Issue 85, page 28
Making the grade
In a Whisky Magazine exclusive we go behind the scenes of this ambitious project.
October 2009, Issue 83, page 18
Northern soul (Old Pulteney)
Pulteney takes some getting to but there's plenty to fall in love with if you make the effort. Dominic Roskrow reports
September 2007, Issue 66, page 22
Not altogether plain sailing
The Classic Malts Cruise is an annual event held by Diageo, formerly Guinness-UDV. For one person on it, it was a case of sailing with the enemy. But for Gillian Bell, the adventure was to change her ...
May 2004, Issue 39, page 42
On the road
Part one of the tale of the three men, three motorbikes, five distilleries, and the search for one blended malt.
September 2009, Issue 82, page 12
Pick and mix
Hayseed Dixie mix heavy metal with bluegrass music to novel effect.And as his name implies,the band's frontman Barleycorn Scotch enjoys a whisk(e)y too.Rob Allanson joined him for a tipple
July 2006, Issue 57, page 26
Charles K. Cowdery looks at the changing state of play for the global drinks giant
July 2011, Issue 97, page 18
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
Searching for sea legs
Dave Broomdiscovers life on the ocean waves.
November 2003, Issue 35, page 12
Small but perfectly formed (Oban)
Oban is a wonderful but compact distillery in a picturesque port town. Ian Buxton visited it
November 2005, Issue 52, page 24
Something fishy or a salt on the senses?
Ian Wisniewski explores the phenomenon of marine characteristics and asks why we can taste the sea when we drink some malts
July 2004, Issue 41, page 58
Jonny McCormick reports on the year's top priced bottle and salutes Glenmorangie's gains.
July 2010, Issue 89, page 82
For a band on tour,the road can be a lonely place, despite the fans,adulation and oodles of free drinks. Neil Ridley caught up with UK band,The Duke Spirit midway through a six week tour of the United...
October 2009, Issue 83, page 44
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April 2009, Issue 79, page 6
Standing out from the pack
Cragganmore is an anomaly – a maverick Speysider chosen by its owners to represent the Speyside region, a quiet and complex malt produced at a distillery in the shadow of the mighty and getting migh...
July 2010, Issue 89, page 40
In the first of two articles on stills, Ian Wisniewskilooks at the role of the wash still,and what happens during the first distillation process
June 2008, Issue 72, page 24
Taste first, taste second and taste last
No whisky company has taken the field of malt whisky and food matching more seriously than Diageo. Richard Jones uncovers the company's latest ideas and thinking.
April 2006, Issue 55, page 44
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 black sheep of the family (The Whisky Shop)
Tom Bruce-Gardyne talks to self-confessed black sheep of the family, Peter Semple, who almost by accident found himself eventually running the largest chain of independent whisky shops in the UK
November 2001, Issue 19, page 66
The blog boys
Dominic Roskrow meets the brains behind the Edinburgh Blog.
January 2010, Issue 85, page 32
The enemy within
Richard Jones reveals the terrible truth: the ‘auld enemy' may have been involved in the production of your treasured dram
June 2003, Issue 31, page 56
The essential distillery guide
Duncan and Wendy Graham have travelled to every corner of Scotland in researching their book Visiting Distilleries. We asked them to pick the ten best visitor centres
September 2001, Issue 18, page 38
The Heart of the Empire
Gavin D. Smith goes behind the scenes at Diageo's grain plant.
September 2011, Issue 98, page 28
The Mission & Message
Meet the man who moved from history to marketing expert
April 2013, Issue 111, page 26
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
The wild wild west
Touring the pretty west coast of Scotland? Gavin D. Smith looks at what's on offer for the whisky enthusiast.
July 2010, Issue 89, page 30
The wonderful world of whisky
Welcome to our new section, World of whisky. These pages aim to take a less reverent look at the world of malts and to highlight some of the strangeness that all plays a part in making the subject suc...
September 2003, Issue 33, page 20
Things hotting up
In the two-part investigation Dave Broom examines the potential effects of global warming on the scotch whisky industry. Part 1 looks at the potential scenario for whisky production by the end of the ...
September 2007, Issue 66, page 25
Voyage to the Western Isles
Andrew Jefford took the slow boat around Scotland's most famous distilleries and discovered that malt whisky is the best antidote to bad weather
October 1999, Issue 6, page 42
Welcome to Whisky Magazine
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October 2008, Issue 75, page 5
Welcome to Whisky Magazine
You know, sometimes it takes one of those late night malt moments to realise what it is all about: where you fit in, what life really means and how whisky pervades everything. Now I am not talking ab...
December 2011, Issue 100, page 5
When two worlds collide
Whisky with food is becoming increasingly popular. Dominic Roskrowgets a taste for it
July 2003, Issue 32, page 36
Whisky magazine live
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February 2001, Issue 14, page 30
Whisky Week tours Scotland Inspired by Homecoming Scotland's aim to attract as many folk from around the world as possible, Whisky Week was born to provide the very best tastings and dinners in the he...
October 2009, Issue 83, page 8
Whisky Week: Join the fun
Enjoy a week of whisky celebrations throughout Scotland.
June 2009, Issue 80, page 8
Whisky's island outpost
For very obvious reasons Islay tends to dominate the landscape when it comes to Scotland's whisky islands. But the other islands offer plenty for the whisky enthusiast
November 2006, Issue 60, page 34
Whisky's own grand national?
Ian Bankier's dream is to give whisky lovers a national retail chain of their own. Gavin D Smith spoke to the former Burn Stewart boss
June 2004, Issue 40, page 57
Whisky... it's not just for breakfast
In the matter of marketing, Michael Jackson proposes that Scotland take a lesson from Florida
June 1999, Issue 4, page 7
Worth a visit?
It's hard to believe that just a few years ago public access to a distillery was rare. Now many offer tours or tastings and they're becoming increasingly sophisticated. Dominic Roskrow reports
April 2005, Issue 47, page 20
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