I have been having one dram on my wish-list for some time now and it is the Yellow Submarine by Bruichladdich Distillery. Why is this dram on my wish-list? Image by Guillén Pérez (cc) on Flickr. This photo of a... Continue Reading →
Today I did something I had been wanting to do for ages. I had bought the equipment to do so ages ago. So today I blended 16 Single Cask Cask Strength Whiskies from Bruichladdich, Port Charlotte and Octomore. Pipette to... Continue Reading →
Bruichladdich 1989, Cask 44, Oh My Fu$%ng God! Yeah that's a tasting note for "holy crap thats good!"
Today I am re-blogging a blog written by Sorren Krebs, Author of the OCDWHISKY blog. He did an interview with Bruichladdich’s Christy McFarlane. Go Check it out and also please follow his blog on : https://ocdwhisky.wordpress.com
The “ A day in the life” series continues with a behind the scenes feature, although anyone who has watched any of the live tastings from Bruichladdich or had the pleasure of meeting some of the team at festivals may already know Christy.
Christy is generally one of the hard working people behind the scenes trying to make the live tastings go smoothly and asking Adam the questions from social media..
A day in the life with Christy McFarlane.
How long have you been working in the whisky industry?
I started working in Ardbeg’s visitor centre at 16, and started doing tours at 18, around nine years say?
Can you tell us about your day to day job and what is involved.
I work in communications for Bruichladdich’s single malts. My day to day job is quite varied. I mainly work with our international markets on launching our new products, which…
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This is one seriously weird whisky blog. Weird because it is about Whiskies that have not been put on the market yet, but that started their life's in 2017. It is about a Bruichladdich Rye / Barley mash-bill that was... Continue Reading →