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05 Mar 2010

Ten days of… other distilleries

Posted by: Ruben Luyten In: * News

We’ve recently passed the 300 posts mark, and even then there are a bunch of distilleries which we’ve never reviewed on this blog. At this moment, there are whiskies from 73 distilleries but let’s take it to a higher level.

During the next ten days, we only allow “new” distilleries. A few names? Littlemill, Coleburn, Aultmore, Glenburgie, Dallas Dhu, Glen Elgin, Kilkerran, Cardhu… Stay tuned.

Ten days of… other distilleries Ruben Luyten 2010-03-05
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  • http://www.scotchwhiskyblog.wordpress.com Barman’s Choice

    I’ll curious for the Kilkerran and Aultmore..

    btw I really like your blog.

    Norbert

  • http://www.whiskynotes.be Ruben

    Thanks Norbert, I’m glad you like it.

  • http://whisky.foodnwine.co.il gal

    300! wow.

    always into hearing about new distilleries.

    most of those i never even hear of

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