or; Project Nog – Phase Two: Unravelling The Mysteries of Time Part one of our eggnog adventures appeared previously – What booze works best in eggnog? Always asking the important questions, we are. The most…Continue reading »
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Should Eggnog Be Aged?
Posted on 11 December 2019 by Tom
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What booze works best in eggnog?
Posted on 29 November 2019 by Tom
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or; Project Nog: Into A Dairy Sea There comes a point in everyone’s life – or so it seems to us here at The Whisky Exchange editorial department – when we (they? One?) must look…Continue reading »
The Geography of Rum
Posted on 29 May 2019 by Tom
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Or; Exploring Rum – X Marks the Tot Given its hugely diverse nature – in terms of flavour, geography and production methods – rum has, over the years, proven notoriously difficult to classify, regulate and,…Continue reading »
Dark rum cocktails – come to the dark side…
Posted on 13 February 2018 by Billy
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In the cocktail world, it’s white rum that gets all the love: lightly flavoured and with no colour to muddy the other ingredients, it’s an ideal pick (most of the time). However, if you want…Continue reading »
10 rums you should know about
Posted on 12 July 2017 by Billy
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In the run up to Black Tot Day at the end of July, we’ve been scouring our shelves for great rums. With so many producers, the number of rums out there can be overwhelming. So,…Continue reading »
The lowdown on rum with Richard Seale – Master Distiller, Foursquare Rum
Posted on 22 July 2016 by Stuart
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Richard Seale is one of the most respected names in the rum industry, with decades of experience, and the man behind some of the best names in the business, including Doorly’s, Foursquare and RL Seale….Continue reading »
New Foursquare rum – just in time for Black Tot Day
Posted on 15 July 2016 by Billy
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In the rum world, July is an important month. Not only is it the beginning of summer – a time when even the rain-lashed shores of the UK can pretend that they have regular Caribbean-style sunshine –…Continue reading »
Well, as Caperdonich originally should contribute to blends only and as there hasn't been any distillery bottlings before the two for the Italian market in the late 70's, I'd assume that a unique...
Posted on: 15 July 2022
That's really intriguing! I need to look into when the regulations started clamping down on naming – there was some discussion around Malt Mill online recently (thanks to
Posted on: 15 July 2022