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Is The Devil Inside You?

September 19th, 2013

Whether he is or isn’t, there is certainly one place that he’s not and that is The Bowmore Round Church on the Scottish Island of Islay. It is the oldest building on the island with construction starting in 1767 and finishing in 1769. Its construction was initiated by Daniel Campbell The Younger, the son and heir [...]

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Who Wants To Auchentoshan One?

September 18th, 2013

  Resident whisky maestro Mark has only got great things to say about this limited release from Auchentoshan. You will be delighted with the chocolatey, caramel, orange and cinnamon infusion which finishes beautifully with spiced brown sugar. Get yours before they are all gone! Stock is limited so buy your Auchentoshan Virgin Oak Limited Edition [...]

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Cinnamon Liqeur – Smirnoff Gold

September 18th, 2013

Summer Blues or Winter Warm Up   Summer is fading to a distant memory but you can hang on to that Summery feeling with this tall drink made from Smirnoff’s new liqueur. With a hint of warming cinnamon however, this liqueur is also useful for warming up when the cold inevitably hits! Apple Bite Gold: [...]

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Taste Of The Orient – Opihr Spiced Gin

September 18th, 2013

Taste The Orient   Here at our resident gin lovers have been raving over this little beauty! Opihr spiced gin using spices sourced from the east so why don’t you discover the exotic intensity of The Orient for yourself. And if you’re worried about supporting the UK economy and think this is imported, [...]

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It’s Back & Bigger Than Ever!’s Xmas Wine Show ….

September 17th, 2013

After last years unfortunate fire that destroyed the Falmouth Beach Hotel, were forced to cancel their annual Christmas Wine Show to the disappointment of many. Never fear though, because this year we are back and bigger than ever – literally by popular demand! After so much interest was expressed about the continuation of [...]

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Dine With Bordeaux Wine Tasting

September 10th, 2013

Food and wine is a classic combination that has stood the test of time for hundreds of years and a good wine tasting becomes a great one when the food is to the impeccable standards of Oliver’s Eatery in Falmouth, Cornwall. The ever welcoming hosts and owners Kenny and Wendy were on fine form last [...]

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Tastings

February 22nd, 2013

Tasting Calendar – Gin master class with Portobello Gin: Monday 15th April @ The Garrick Hotel, St.Ives Tuesday 16th April @ Trengilly Wartha Inn, Constantine Rum tasting with Santa Teresa Rums: Tuesday 23rd April @ Cribbs, Falmouth Wednesday 24th April @ The Rum Shack, St.Ives If you would like more information about these tastings please [...]

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New Arran Bottlings

January 18th, 2013

Arran distillery have release two new bottlings. The first is their annual release of a single cask  Arran Sherry Cask  which was distilled in 1996 matured in sherry butts and bottled in 2012 at cask strength 53.9% vol one of only 263 bottles. The second is Arran Bere Barley made using an old variety of [...]

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Bruichladdich Sauternes Cask

January 18th, 2013

We  have an exclusive bottling of Bruichladdich which has been aged for 10 years in a Premier Grand Cru Sauternes cask (one of the most famous sweet white wines in the world). The cask only realised 277 bottles of cask strength whisky at 59.9% vol. It has a lovely deep amber colour with sweet fruity [...]

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New Bruichladdich Bottlings

January 18th, 2013

Bruichladdich have been busy revamping their entire range of Malts, de-listing many bottlings which are starting to become sort after by whisky collectors. Their range is being divided into two ranges,  unpeated malts, and peated malts. The unpeated range consisits of Laddie 10 years old, Laddie 16 years old, Laddie 22 years old. While their [...]

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