Auchentoshan American Oak and the Highland Games in N.H.

It was extremely hard to get up for work this morning after spending what was a great weekend with my boyfriend and his family up in New Hampshire for the 40th Annual Highland Games. The festival was filled with music, games, events and most importantly, whisky tastings. Laphroaig and their North American Ambassador, Simon Brooking,…

2014 Holiday Gift Guide – Bourbon/Whiskey and Whisky

Time is flying by and if you are like me, I am certain you are trying to think of ideas for those last-minute holiday gifts you may still need to buy. Well, I am here to help! Looking through all the 119 posts I’ve posted since I first started blogging I’ve come up with a…

Whisky-a-LoLo (Auchentoshan) Video Blog

Spring may be three days away but winter just simply doesn’t want to go away and I feel like I’ve just had about enough of it. If you live in a state that has seen this brutal winter, then you understand. No better way to pretend it’s nice and warm outside than, enjoying a nice…

Auchentoshan Three Wood

When I first started writing my blog, one of the first whiskies I wrote about was Auchentoshan (pronounced ‘ock-un-tosh-un’) Classic, http://wp.me/p3Zt2k-7. If you read that post then you’ll know that I really enjoyed the Classic. I also have a bottle in my whisky collection. Looking to try more of the Auchentoshan range, I very recently…

Auchentoshan Classic

One of the things I learned while traveling through Scotland is that some whisky distilleries purchase American bourbon casks, rum casks and even wine casks to distill their whisky in. If you really think about that, it’s a win win for both sides. How so? Well, one side makes money by selling their used up…