Jim had friends over from Ireland and he decided to take them to Deanston Distillery and this would allow him to review the new visitor centre. It is over two years...
Category: Distillery Visits
It is late afternoon on Friday 29th June 2012 and Jim is heading to the ferry from Ardrossan to Brodick to enjoy a couple of days on the wonderful Island of Arran and to be at the Arran Malt and Music Festival.
Jim and Jacqueline, while waiting for the ferry, were a little worried because the wind was howling and the rain was torrential (another typical Scottish summers day) and we wondered what awaited us on the Saturday at the Arran Festival, the weather forecast was certainly not favourable, albeit it was not our first visit to this distillery, it was our first to the Festival and we had no intention of missing it.
When Nicola and I headed up to the Highlands to work for a few days at one of the smallest but most enchanting Distilleries in Scotland, Knockdhu, little did we know...
When was the last time you faced your fears head on… I would need to say last Wednesday (4th April)
Last Tuesday morning I was heading to the highland town of Newtonmore (in the snow) to participate in a jam packed three day open canoe and whisky trip down the River Spey. There were also a few other invited guests on the way, MissWhisky, Dr Andrew Forrester and Fiona Outdoors.