Port Charlotte Hotel
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Another lazy morning, driving up the east coast to Arpitalla, then back to Laphroaig Distillery. Personal tasting here, where they gave me a glass each of what I wanted to try, and I tried it. Very gentlemanly.
Lazy lunch alongside the Harbour, and then drive out to the bleak and desolate Mull of Oa.
... nice tasting also, with 5 whiskys and a gin. Bought 3 bottles and some glasses that stand up if pushed over. Wish I could do that after a long tasting.
Spent the afternoon driving on to Port Charlotte, Kilcharian, Portnahaven, and to Bowmore for a late lunch. Scottish music at the local ...
... it, but stay at least 2 or more nights.
Onto the ferry for a 4 hour ferry trip to Port Askaig on Islay (pron. Eye-la) where we stay for 3 nights. About 90 minutes to Colonasay, a smaller island in the Lower Hebrides, then another 2 hours to Port Askaig on the northern end of Islay. After disembarking, a 35 mile drive to Port Ellen where to our harbour ...
... that I saw his mum again.
Turns out she had come back to fins something.
She had come back to find me and to ask if I wanted to join them for lunch!Then we had tea. Which we have concluded is more of a habit
rather than a like-of-taste. I spent some time playing with the dog that came up to the
deck, before heading up and watching the sun fall between mountains and the
mainland come back into view. We ...
... distilling and especially the mash man (Ailsa's Husband) i was given the best tour ever! I will continue to be a fan after this, they are the so focused on local and new it is awesome. In Jim's words he love to be able to have an idea and bring it forward the next day no questions. This is what I love. I have some ridiculous Bruichladdich for tasting when I return maybe and Octomore done in a Sauternes Cask? ...