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Slainte from ATW!
I read about the Willow Bank whisky club on your website
Would it be okay if I include in our list of whisky clubs at http://www.maltstock.com?
we already haev about 430 clubs in the list. One day i hope to include them all.
Okay if use this e-mail address as a contact address? email@example.com
Teun van Wel
Terrific site!!! And an informative read!!
Anything I can do to help let me know!!
Gold Medal Marketing Inc.
Love this site and the reviews, many thanks.
I am just starting out on my whisky adventure and am looking to put together a club here in Barrie, Ontario. Do you have any advice/suggestions for me?
Thanks very much.
PS – Curt, I am wicked jealous of your trip to Scotland and especially getting to hang out with the Glasgow Whisky Club. In my dreams of drams!
Hang tight…there is a post coming on starting your own club.
I’m a little tied up at work lately, but updates to the trip details should be coming shortly. Not to mention many, many more reviews.
Thanks for the kind words, and watch for that post in the coming days.
Hey there ATW people – I just found your blog. I dig the reviews, interviews, etc… Great schtuff!
Hello, just getting started, still a lot to learn, I have a bottle of Seagrams V.O. Canadian whiskey Imported on lable unbroken seal on top states a76402904 1984, lable states whiskey is 6 years old. I would love to drink it, is it any good and if so has it any value, thanks A.
Adrian, no disrespect to Curt and ATW, but for Canadian whisky info, your best bet would be to head over to canadianwhisky.org and look it up and/or ask Davin for his thoughts
Thanks Piers, A.
There’s no disrespect to be taken, Piers. No worries.
Adrian…he’s bang on. Davin, at Canadian Whisky (linked at the right), is not only extrenely knowledgable, he has a great palate and is a helluva nice guy from all I’ve seen. He would definitely be your best bet.
Good luck, mate.
Excellent work ATW. thanks for the reviews
Look forward to seeing you at the next whisky event in and around Calgary
Curt, great meeting you at Willow Park & am happy that you enjoed my Canadian Whisky seminar, with focus on C.C. portfolio. Glad you enjoyed the CC20yr & CC30yr. I can’t get enough of it….LUV IT!! Kindest Regards, Dan.
Whisky always taste and smells better warm just above room temperature .
Me being the impatiant sort and dont want to sit too long ,warming the glass up with my hands
So I run the empty glass under warm water before pouring a dram.
Just a little tip, I do but dont know of anyone else trying this … ?
I wonder if any of you would be able to help me.. I am an undergraduate student at Glasgow Caledonian University. I am currently conducting a research study to fulfil the requirements of the level four honours dissertation.
My research is based upon the malt whisky market, and the issues that brands face when attempting to attract new consumers. In particular, it aims to look at the attitudes of both malt whisky drinkers and non-drinkers regarding malt whisky, and to look at potential opportunities for new product development within this market.
Ideally, what I’m looking for is for some opinions and answers to key themes I’ve identified in my studies so far. I would really appreciate your help with this. I have a short list of questions, which should maybe take around 15mins to complete. You will remain anonymous at all times and your responses will be treated with the strictest of confidence.
If any of you feel that you could help with this research, it would be very much appreciated. Drop me a line on this post, and I can email you the details..
If your research encompasses malt whisky makers who want to branch out into rums (e.g. Bruichladdich), in an effort to broaden heir base, then send me a list as well (firstname.lastname@example.org). Actually, given that the boys at ATW have been trying to get me to drink whisky for years, you might want to send it anyway.
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