World community of whisky writers donates signed first editions books for Instant Scotch Whisky Library to raise money for charity.
Alice Lascelles talks cocktails and Isabel Graham-Yooll tests the recipes on vintage cocktail ingredients.
A much-loved private collection of American whiskeys is up for auction so our auction director Isabel Graham-Yooll spoke with seller Richard Thomas about how his years running his rock ‘n’ whiskey bar The Crobar influenced his collection.
Isabel Graham-Yooll was meant to be interviewing Dave Broom in Brighton for the Whisky.Auction magazine, but it quickly became more of an interrogation, with occasional smatterings of industry gossip.
Scottish broadcaster Jim McColl MBE was a presenter on BBC Scotland’s popular Beechgrove Garden show across four decades, and is the recipient of numerous awards including the Chartered Institute of Horticulture award for his significant contribution to horticulture. More importantly, he is a whisky enthusiast.
An auctioneers guide to the best independent bottling you’ve never heard of, Club Qing’s Fairy Tales and Scary Tales.
‘It wasn’t always champagne and roses…I haven’t spoken about it until now. It still angers me about the unnecessary waste of talent and experience of the DCL boys. All just to settle a schoolboy’s feud.’ The final edition of Memoirs of a Whisky Salesman lifts the lid on what life was really like when the chips were down.
Memoirs of a whisky salesman Roger Mallindine was promoted to the West End after being presented with a pair of gold engraved cufflinks. He was Salesman of the year in the UK for selling Haig.
In our fifth instalment of our memoirs of a whisky salesman Roger Mallindine fondly remembers one particular episode that changed whisky history.
Roger Mallindine had been selling blended whisky for decades and understood how the luxury whisky business worked. Now it was time to sell single malts. He suddenly found himself in a world of many privileges and memorable events.