First things first. It’s Whisky and not whiskey. It only has an e if it’s Irish whiskey I believe?
Whisky is only made in Scotland. Whiskey is everywhere else in the world including Ireland, America and Japan.
I have had a few Japanese ones where they spell it without the E. Until then I had always thought that "Whisky"(no E) was some sort of a protected name (Like Champagne etc).Whisky is only made in Scotland. Whiskey is everywhere else in the world including Ireland, America and Japan.
Bought a bottle of the 55 collection but haven't opened it yet and don't know if I ever will.
Douglas Laing are an independent bottler as opposed to a distillery, so whether or not its any good will depend upon what whisky they are using.Just seen this on the Rangers website. Not a Whiskey fan myself, this stuff any good??
interesting - so maybe it was ok because they just called it "Whisky". It was definitely pre-brexit that I bought the bottle of Yamizake, but I am not sure if or how these laws affect imports"Scotch whisky" is registered as a Geographical Indication (“GI”) in the EU.
An absolute gentleman is Fred.Fred Laing, who owns the business, is as big a bluenose as you’ll get.
Cracking guy and loves the Rangers so this will be dreamland for him.
Good whisky too, and the 150 range was a huge success so the tie in makes sense.
Delighted for Fred personally.
Their rum wasn’t great
Was regretting not buying a second one to drink but glad I didn't based on this. Happy for mine to be kept as a memento.
Bloody FFTheir rum was fantastic - I ended up going through 3 bottles. Managed to only buy one this time.
Copper Dog one?Slightly off topic.Whatever happened to the whisky bar that was meant to open in the Copland?
Used to see the signs in the window but don't think anything ever came of it