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Climate Change’s Impact on Whisky & Farmers (Episode 801: January 12, 2020)

Over the course of this year, we’ll be looking at the many ways climate change could affect whisky makers –...

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Terroir in Whisky: Terrific Concept or Terrible Myth? (Episode 791: November 3, 2019)

Want to start an argument among whisky lovers? Just ask whether there’s “terroir” in whisky. Terroir is the French term...

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WhistlePig Rye: Moving On Without the Master (Episode 767: May 12, 2019)

Of all the craft distilleries Dave Pickerell worked with before his sudden death last November, none was more identified with...

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Doubling Distilleries on the Isle of Arran (Episode 720: August 19, 2018)

It’s been a hot, dry summer in Scotland, and Euan Mitchell isn’t complaining a bit. The managing director of Isle...

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The Great Islay Swim (Episode 711: July 1, 2018)

The rough, cold waters off Scotland’s Isle of Islay are a challenge for even the best sailors, and one might...

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Billy Walker’s Back in the Whisky Business with The GlenAllachie (Episode 690: April 19, 2018)

Billy Walker could have walked away from the Scotch Whisky business last year after he and his partners sold the...

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Wandering The Wonderful World of Whisky (Episode 686: March 25, 2018)

Rachel Barrie is known on Twitter as @TheLadyBlender, and she’s just winding up her first year as the master blender...

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Preparing for Whisky’s Next Generation (Episode 682: February 25, 2018)

Distillers like to say they’re not making whisky for themselves, but laying it down for future generations. Part of that...

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Whisky & Chocolate: A Divine Combination (Episode 680: February 11, 2018)

With apologies to the legendary Scottish poet Robert Burns, “whisky and chocolate gang tegither!” Good whiskies and fine chocolates actually...

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12 Years of Whisky Podcasts…and We’re Still Here! (Episode 667: November 12, 2017)

The very first episode of WhiskyCast was on November 12, 2005, and twelve years later, we’ve been around long enough...

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