WhiskyCast is where it all begins. Now in our 18th year, each weekly podcast brings you the latest in whisky news, along with the latest events, tasting notes, comments from other listeners, and the weekly “In-Depth” segment features interviews with the people who help make whisky the “water of life”.
There’s a locked door at the Glenrothes Distillery, which normally is not open to visitors. The sign above the door reads “I.S.” — and stands for “Inner Sanctum.” Ronnie Cox has the key to that door, and his inner sanctum has samples of every Glenrothes single malt expression ever released. We’ll go through a couple of very rare Glenrothes whiskies during a chat with Ronnie on this episode. In the news, William Grant & Sons buys the Tullamore Dew range of Irish whiskies and the results of the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival Awards.
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