Fun in Zermatt – to be continued / completed… Facebook Comments Box 分享到:Tweet

VIP Visits to Raasay

After an inspiring visit to one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries – Dalmore – hosted by Gerry Tosh, the small group of whisky enthusiasts – Chris van Der Kuyl, Paddy Burns and Kevin Dorren hopped aboard a helicopter for a fantastic journey on...

The day I visited Raasay thinking about a distillery

Well it was early 2014, and our conversations from the previous year (mainly started and remembered in the 2013 Courchevel Mates Ski Trip) relating to a distillery were progressing on several fronts. Iain Ross, my best mate from school, was sure that he knew...

Thinking about fitness for 2022 A good inspirational read that made me want to do a bit more cycling, and improve my pathetic swimming ability from this year on. Will resolve to come back and edit this post with some target cycle routes. Facebook Comments Box

Hebridean Whisky Trail Coming to Life

As I look back on 2021, which I hope will be known as the last year of the pandemic, it is pleasing to note that we are making good progress in establishing the Hebridean Whisky Trail. The Hebrides, long famous for whiskies, both legal and...

Key Business Rules from Amazon

Enjoyed the read and started to think more about customers and operational excellence… Facebook Comments Box 分享到:Tweet

Caskshare – The Collective

I’m feeling good today seeing Caskshare come to life – soon to be a new whisky club for the ‘Brewdog Generation’. Unique quality single cask whiskies and other casked spirits available in ‘Caskshares’ for a global audience of...

Molitor et Whisky de l’Ile du Raasay lot 2

Bonjour de Molitor à Paris Aujourd’hui William et moi travaillent à Paris au salon du Dugas pour introduire Whisky d’Ile du Raasay, lot 2 , aux cavistes en France. @dugasclubexpert Facebook Comments Box

Late in the pub with @theveitch

Thought it would be good to keep memories of the worthwhile reasons I’ve been delayed in the pub over the years. Enjoyed the discussion in the pub over the conundrum outlined below, but concluded once more that maths is fun and difficult, but almost impossible...
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