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Chivas Defies 'Whisky Loch' Fears With New Speyside Distillery

Ian Fraser | Posted 23.07.2015 | UK
Ian Fraser

The production plant's glass-fronted still room houses eight copper pot stills, with tulip shapes used for the wash stills and onion shapes used for the spirit stills, replicating those used at the Imperial Distillery. In a departure from distillery tradition, the stills are arranged in a circular pattern, which gives an unusual feeling of spaciousness in the still room.

Aberlour Whisky - The Tour

Rebecca Williams | Posted 11.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Rebecca Williams

Nestling at the base of the mountain range Ben Rinnes, it lies on the Lour burn where it meets the River Spey and it's this soft spring water that runs through Aberlour.

Whisky - Is Older Always Better?

Matt Chambers | Posted 12.09.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Matt Chambers

This commonly asked question about whisky is one that keeps cropping up amongst drinkers and consumers. It is also a common view in a similar way to the way one thinks about older wines. It is often heard or assumed that the increased age of a whisky therefore makes it the better than its younger counterparts. But is this statement true or is it a common misconception?