Monthly Archives: July 2013

Stop And Smell The Whisky: The Full Story of How Brenne Came to Be

Originally posted on The Whisky Woman:
The title of this post could go in a few different directions, however, today it encapsulates the reflective feeling I have over these last few years and the birth of Brenne. Stop and smell…

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A rare Glen Grant bottled by Hay & Son, Sheffield

We take it for granted these days that a distillery (in the main) makes a load of whisky, a big chunk of which is sold off to other companies to go into blended whisky (thus providing a healthy revenue stream … Continue reading

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Science and Whisky! Does caramel coloring make a difference?

Originally posted on What Tastes Good:
Adding E150a to a glass of water, one drop at a time. Single malt Scotch whisky comes in a beautiful range of colors: warm goldenrod, deep russet, bright dandelion. Thanks to the variety of…

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