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A Wee Dram

There is a superb selection of Malts to be had here.

We have all the areas of Scotland covered from, Islay to Speyside & from Highland to Lowland.

The selection evolves in that when it’s gone it’s gone! sometimes we replace it with itself and sometimes we try a new variety, it helps keep you on your toes! (we do it with the Gins & with the Real Ales we have too).

If I can offer a few tips:
Ask before you buy: staff are on hand to help

Stick with the style that you like: do you like Peaty or Sweet… what have you tried that you have enjoyed?

And lastly, ignore the last tip and go back to asking, try something you have never had!.. have a sniff from the bottle, dive in and enjoy.

Oh just one more tip: try with a little water (for me about half the measure of Malt you have) you will find it takes the burning sensation out of your throat and turns the burning to silk… go on try it!.

Slange Var
Pronounced [Slan je varr]. This is the Scottish for cheers.

Sláinte or slàinte (SLAHN-chə) is a word literally translating as “health” in several Gaelic languages and is commonly used as a drinking toast in Scotland.

Uisge-Beatha – Scottish Gaelic for the word “Whisky” (as spelled in Scotland) The phrase uisge beatha, literally means “water of life”

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