Virtual Tastings – August 2021

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We’ve had a bit of time off our virtual tastings recently – with bars reopening we want to encourage folks to (safely) get back out there. However, in August we’ve got a tasting that we…

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Where to drink whisky outside in London: April 2021

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In a month where we’re all rediscovering our love of lolling about with friends in beer gardens, we wanted to highlight some of the places where you can also sip a dram or two in…

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Singleton of Glen Ord 38 Year Old and The Singleton range

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The Singleton range of single malt whiskies is available around the world, but is often misunderstood. With the recent arrival of the Singleton of Glen Ord 38 Year Old at The Whisky Exchange, we thought…

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New Exclusive: Caol Ila 2005 15yo Refill Sherry Cask #301507 Connoisseurs Choice

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We’ve spent the past year lining up great exclusive releases to appear over the coming months, and the latest bottle has just landed: a specially selected refill-sherry cask, bottled for us by the team at…

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Virtual Tastings – May 2021

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It’s almost May and we have more virtual tastings on the cards. We’re kicking off with a tasting of Bruichladdich, Port Charlotte and Octomore with header distiller Adam Hannett; and following that with a dive…

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Virtual Tastings – April 2021

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We’re almost done with March, so it’s time to announce our April virtual tastings. This month we’ve got a couple – a taste through the Elixir Distillers’ Whisky Trail and a secret one that we’ll…

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Virtual Tastings – March 2021

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March rapidly approaches, and with it a pair of excellent virtual tastings – a deep dive into the world of fortified wine with our tame MW, and some very sought-after whiskies from the Macallan… March’s…

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New Japanese Whisky Labelling Standards

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Whisky has been made in Japan for almost 100 years, but until recently it has been relatively unknown. The huge growth outside of Japan in the past few years has started to show cracks in…

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Clynelish 1999 21 Years of Friendship – Sukhinder Singh & Toru Suzuki

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While we finished celebrating our 20th birthday at the end of last year, it’s not the only anniversary that deserves some attention. Over the past couple of decades, we’ve met many whisky people from around…

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New Exclusives: Edradour and Ballechin sherry casks

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We’ve been working with the team at Edradour to release excellent exclusive single cask bottlings of whisky for years, and our latest pair of whiskies has arrived – an 11-year-old Edradour and a 14-year-old Ballechin,…

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Up-Cycling Your Christmas Drinks Part 5 – Cognac and Calvados

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The holidays are a time of merriment and family, often accompanied by bottles that make their yearly debut, hang around for a couple of days and then return to the drinks cupboard where they wait…

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Virtual Whisky Show: Old & Rare 2021

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It’s that time again. As February rolls around, whisky fans from around the globe usually get ready to head to the UK to find some of the finest drams ever bottled from across whisky history…

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Up-cycling Your Christmas Drinks Part 4 – Sherry

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For many people, myself included, sherry has a reputation of being a favourite of Grandmas everywhere. Similar to Port, this fortified wine has become known for its sweet flavours and slightly sticky texture, despite the…

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Virtual Tastings – February 2021

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It’s only a week since our January Virtual Tastings post, but February is almost here and with it our next couple of tastings – a chocolate-laden Valentine’s treat, an evening of fabulous fizz, and a…

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Up-cycling your Christmas drinks part 3 – liqueurs

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There are certain Christmas bottles that have a bad habit of slowly migrating backwards through the drinks cabinet. They’re excitedly bought and placed at the front of the shelf, ready for a spot of festive…

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Virtual Tastings – January 2021

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It’s the new year and we’re back with a whole new program of virtual tastings and more. We’re kicking things off with a pair of events you won’t want to miss…

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Up-cycling Your Christmas Drinks Part 2 – Port

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Port’s reputation in the UK has become a little dusty. It is, in the mind’s eye, just heavy wine – sweet and delicious, certainly, but also, perhaps, reminiscent of being slightly too hot, and a…

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The Whisky Exchange Single Casks Batch 3

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Back in 2019, quite quietly, we launched a new range of whiskies. In the middle of last year, we released a second batch, also quite quietly. But now, with the launch of our latest whiskies,…

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