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22 Feb 2011

Malts of Scotland / Thosop

Tasting notes by Ruben Luyten - Posted in * News

Thosop handwrittenThis evening Luc Timmermans announced that he will no longer act as an importer for Malts of Scotland in Belgium, and that he will no longer be responsible for the Thosop handwritten series (although he will still help to select interesting casks). Both tasks will now be in the experienced hands of fellow Lindores member Dominiek Bouckaert. Good luck Dominiek!

Luc decided to go in another direction, but I’m sure he will announce a new venture in the whisky world soon…

Malts of Scotland / Thosop Ruben Luyten 2011-02-22

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