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Thompson Brothers
Organic Highland Gin 45.7% 50cl
Wermod Vermouth Tasting
22nd February 2018 7pm
Small Batch Irish Whiskey 46% 70cl
Method and Madness
Single Grain Virgin Spanish Oak 46% 70cl
Malt and Madness
Irish Single Malt Limousin Oak Cask Finish 46% 70cl
W.L. Weller
Special Reserve 45% 75cl
Edinburgh Gin
Pomegranate and Rose Liqueur 20% 50cl
Elijah Craig
18 Year Old 45% 70cl
Blended Malt 46% 70cl
Blended Scotch Whisky 43% 70cl

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The great Glen Scotia giveaway!
This year we’ve been delighted to exclusively bottle not one but, TWO different expressions of Glen Scotia and we’ve now giving you the chance to grab a bottle of both. Just head on over to Facebook, like our page, like the post and tag a friend you’d like to share a dram or two with and you’ll be in with a chance of winning.
It’s testament to the work that Glen Scotia have been doing that we’ve bottled two different single casks from them this year. We believe they are making some of the best bang for your buck whisky at the moment and with the raft a new distilleries and expression hitting the market that’s no small feat!
Our first bottling was distilled in December 2006 and matured in a single cask until June this year (that’s 2017, in case you’re reading this in the future!)
It is in the classic Campbeltown style and has a huge whack of tangy spiciness running through it which is complimented by sweet vanilla notes. Our staff have really taken to this whisky and it’s been a real joy seeing the varied tasting notes they’ve come up with for this complex dram.
The second is a peated expression which was first released at the end of October. It’s a top notch drop (if we do say so ourselves) and has the perfect balance of peat and sweetness that makes it perfect for sharing over good conversation.
So what are you waiting for? Head over to Facebook now and enter for a chance to win both!
Terms and Conditions Entries must be submitted by 23rd Novemebr  2017. Please read these competition rules carefully.
1. To enter a competition you must be: (a) In a country which allows the shipment of alcohol (b) 18 years old or over at the time of entry. 2. Competitions are not open to employees of Royal Mile Whiskies or any associated companies. 3. Entries must be posted on Facebook. 4. The winner will be selected at random. 5. No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are not received for any reason. 7. The completion winner will be notified through Facebook. 8. The prize is not transferable. 9. No prize or part of a prize is exchangeable for cash. 14. Royal Mile Whiskies reserves the right to change or amend these rules at any time. We may also create supplementary rules and these will be added to the terms and conditions.    
News of a distillery on fire captures the attention, in a twisted kind of way. Imagining the sounds of buckling metal and exploding casks, or the smells of 700,000 gallons of burning whisky tends to bring out the rubbernecker in all of us. This seems to be the case when North of Scotland Distillery in Aberdeen went up in flames, and there seems to have been money in it.  


The postmark tells us that Miss Williamson of Auchterless was sent her photographic proof just two days after the night of the fire, so the photographer, printer and retailer clearly saw opportunity in disaster.   There is a second view of the tragedy, which was sent to Chesterfield just a week later.   Furthermore, a beautiful image of a steam fire engine also was produced (one hopes this was taken after the fire was under control). It reminds us that the mechanical elements of the distilleries would have been driven by coal, flame, and steam, with all the accompanying fire hazards that would have brought.   In these postcards this unfortunate distillery is named North of Scotland, but it was also referred to as Bon Accord Distillery in the records. The losses listed would have been approximately twice its annual production capacity, but this was not even the worst recorded in its history. It closed forever in 1913.   A distillery or warehouse on fire is not uncommon, viewed in the slow timescale of the whisky industry. Wild Turkey in 2000, Heaven Hill in 1996, Talisker Distillery and Glasgow's Cheapside in 1960 or Banff Distillery in 1877, 1941 and 1991. We roll our eyes when tour guides tell us not to use cameras in the stillhouse, but when your job is to produce highly flammable liquids and store them for long periods of time, then over-cautiousness is a sensible state of being.

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