Month: August 2017

Inside The Bottle: Opinions and Choices

Sometimes you have too much thinking time…or perhaps you have the time to think, to just kind of question things? Anyway something that’s been making me ponder for more than a while is opinion, or opinions, maybe even choices and decisions? We have the opinions that are given to us. Sometimes we ask for opinions, and others…well they’re foisted upon…

Inside The Bottle: Me Again…

…with my little heartfelt blogs…honestly it’s one of the places where I can just say what I feel. And I like that. So what’s occurring? Well although I’d had the go ahead to make and sell my whisky fudge (in case there’s someone that has missed this) I hadn’t had my full ranking (which is okay as there had been…

Fudge Me

Fudge friends… Please keep an eye out on upcoming posts if you’d like to order some fudge from me. I’ll be including a Google form which will make things a lot easier for you. All details will be on the form, so all you’ll need to do is choose and pay. Sarah

Inside the Bottle: When Life Gives You Whisky…

You take a step to explore.. you try, you taste, you let it linger and enjoy the moments. The colour can capture you. Draw you in, entice you. Tease you. Make you wonder and think about what the contents might reveal. Then the nose. Appreciating what you have in your hand. Exploring its depths with each inhalation. Finding the words…

Sweet something’s…

Well things might become a little bit more exciting on the fudge front very soon, and all I can say is “watch this space”. And you know what? I think it’s brilliant. It’s making me smile, and let’s face it, that’s not a bad thing. From the humble “could I make that?”, through to my food handling and hygiene certificate,…

MAJOR MILESTONE FOR SCOTLAND’S GREENEST DISTILLERY AS ARDNAMURCHAN SPIRIT COMES OF AGE

Scotland’s greenest distillery has reached a major milestone as the first of its maturing spirit officially becomes whisky today, exactly three years after the Ardnamurchan Distillery laid down the first cask of its award-winning spirit.With strict regulations stipulating that spirit has to mature in oak casks for a minimum of three years in Scotland before it can be called Scotch…

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