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Bruichladdich Celtic Nations Blended Malt Whisky Scottish and Irish available to buy online at specialist whisky shop whiskys.co.uk Stamford Bridge York

Bruichladdich Celtic Nations Blended Malt Whisky Scottish and Irish available to buy online at specialist whisky shop whiskys.co.uk Stamford Bridge York

CELTIC NATIONS 1999 46% - La Maison du Whisky

CELTIC NATIONS 1999 46% - La Maison du Whisky

Bruichladdich Celtic Nations Blended Malt Whisky

Bruichladdich Celtic Nations Blended Malt Whisky

Baggot Street Wines Celtic Nations Celtic Blended Malt - Spirits Baggot Street Wines

An historical curio, this - created by Bruichladdich in partnership with Ireland's Cooley Distillery, Celtic Nations is a one-off experimental multinational vatted malt, a blend of single malts from both distilleries.

Gordon & MacPhail Mortlach 77 yr old Rare Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, Highlands, Scotland. ༺✿༺ Not too wee a price for a 1939 distilled and bottled 77 yr old whisky... $6,253.65.

Gordon & MacPhail Mortlach 50 Years Old Rare Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, Highlands, Scotland

This vatting from Bruichladdich distillery was the first and also the last in the series of limited edition bottlings - 'Celtic Nations'. Combing Cooley Irish whiskey and Bruichladdich single malt from Islay, the SWA quickly banned the practise of mixing spirits from different nations, making this the one and only release in the series.

This vatting from Bruichladdich distillery was the first and also the last in the series of limited edition bottlings - 'Celtic Nations'. Combing Cooley Irish whiskey and Bruichladdich single malt from Islay.

Whiskey is an Irish invention. The word derives from the Irish word for water 'uisce' which when vocalised makes a sound similar to 'whiska'. This is a contraction of the full term "Uisce Beatha" meaning the water of life which in turn refers to the early beliefs that it had medicinal properties.    The first written record of Whiskey appears in the Annals of Clonmacnoise in 1405 where it attributes the death of a chieftain to "taking a surfeit of aqua vitae" at Christmas.

A monk-cellarer tasting wine from a barrel whilst filling a jug. From Li Livres dou Santé by en:Aldobrandino of Siena - France, late century. (I' m thinking this should be the basis for the charter for the revived An Tir Brewing Guild!

An Easy Haggis Recipe - Burns Baubles For Burns Night n-- corrected link

Burns night is a celebration of scotlands national bard robert burns. It has a traditional meal of haggis accomponied by poetry and songs on the of january.

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