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THE ADVENTURES OF COMMANDER GLENDIDIT: Rumconditional Surrender, or, Scotching France in the Antilles

I was in council with Balvenie Malt Master David Stewart in Dufftown a few years back when the Caribbean exploits of my great-great-great-great-grandfather, Captain Sir Malcolm Menzies-Glendidit of the Royal Navy came up. Yes, that Captain Sir Malcolm, hero of Tintamarre.    

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Welcome to this week's Inbox.  For those that have recently discovered us, Inbox is our weekly round up of whisky news and PR material that has found its way in to our email inbox. It was created as we cannot write full articles or do justice to every piece received. It features items from...
From time to time we also get requests to take a look at whiskey related books and products in addition to the actual whiskey. Gary was kind enough to take a stab the The Whiskey Wedge by Corkcile which retail for about $17.95. Here are his thoughts… Writing reviews of whiskey is still new...
When I agreed to take the affirmative for the bourbon shortage argument, the words of Four Roses master distiller Jim Rutledge echoed in my mind: “We are having trouble meeting demand.” There’s a thought that the bourbon shortage is a bunch of bull mess smelling of marketing foul...
Tasting notes:The nose on this is a veritable cabinet of curiosities. A refrigerated cabinet, I might add. At first I catch a peach Creamsicle®. Then luncheon meats with a brightly colored candy shells so reflective I can almost make out my pupils as I gaze at them. Pecan pie crust after the...
As we speed away from Burn’s night and head towards St Patrick’s Day, it’s time to start cracking open some Irish whiskey. Once long forgotten, the rise of Irish whiskey has seen a plethora of new distilleries opening up, with plenty more in the pipeline. In our recent visits to...

Whiskey Exploration

WHISK(E)Y EXPLORATION CLUBS FOR EVERY WHISK(E)Y TASTE

ForWhiskeyLovers offers three exciting clubs, for every whisky taste. Whether you're a Single Malt Whisky drinker, a Bourbon lover, or a whiskey lover in general, FWL has a club for you:

Whiskey Explorers club

For aficionados, eager to experience the widest variety of whiskies and increase their knowledge of whiskey along the way, we offer our Whiskey Explorers club

Inspired by the "blind tasting" bar game, we designed the Whiskey Explorers club to introduce members amazing whiskies they most likely have not experienced before, free of any pre-conceived notion of a "brand", price or age as an indicators of quality, or even a prior experience with a type of whisky. Learn more here.

World Malts Club


Created for Single Malt Scotch Whisky enthusiasts, ForWhiskeyLovers' World Malts Club sends quarterly shipments of superb malt whiskies from around the world.

If you want to experience the world's best malt whiskies delivered to your door, our World Malts Club® is for you. Learn More Here.

American Whiskey Club

Designed for the Bourbon Whiskey enthusiast, ForWhiskeyLovers' American Whiskey Club® sends quarterly* shipments of spectacular whiskies created by the leading small Craft Distilleries in the United States.

If you want to experience the best whiskies Made in America, our American Whiskies Club® is made for you. Learn more here.FWhiskeyLovers Whiskey of the Month Club

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Makers Mark Distillery

Finally, after a long long wait, my Makers Barrel had come to taste.
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ForWhiskeyLovers Store

Check out ForWhiskeyLovers' store, where you'll find hundreds of whiskies from places like Scotland, Ireland, the United States, Canada and Japan. There's also a barrel kit to make your own whisky, and great gift ideas for the ScotchLovers in your life.

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The 2015 Drammie Awards

It's with great excitement that ForWhiskeyLovers announces the Call For Nominations for the 2015 Drammie Awards.

The mission of the Drammie Awards is to put the power of “recognition” in the hands of the whiskey enthusiast.

The 2015 competition commences with a nominating process where WhiskeyLovers can submit their own nomination(s) for any number of 15 total award categories

Nominations are being accepted until midnight on Friday, February 20th 2015.

After nominations are closed, ForWhiskeyLovers will post the top five (5) nominations (those receiving the most nominating votes) for each category on ForWhiskeyLovers, and voting will commence to select the category winners.

Voting on finalists will be conducted for two (2) weeks, from Monday February 23rd until midnight on Sunday March 8th 2015.

The 2015 Drammie Award Winners will be announced on Monday March 23rd 2015.

Enter your nominations for the 2015 Drammie Awards here.

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