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A few pics of our warehouse tasting at Bruichladich
We we each got to try the barrel thief which is how we got the whisky out of the barrel. Each of the scotches we tasted are no longer available anywhere but through a warehouse tasting at the distillery. The first was a Bruichladdich with less than 5 ppm of peat. The second was finished in a Spanish ...
... hunting. They wore jeans and sweats to dinner and full dress tweeds, britches and ties for the hunt.
Now for the whisky:This little island on the west coast of Scotland is known for peaty single malts. Names like Bowmore, Lagavulin, Laphroaig, Ardbeg, Bunnahabhain, Kilchomn, Caol Ila and Bruichladdich. The peat is measured in parts per million. Bunnahabhain is 4 to 5 ppm ...
The minimum time for a passage is about 5-6 hours, but why rush? Relax and enjoy the superb scenery and hospitality, goes the official skipper's guide to the Crinan canal. Alternatively, you could try and get through the locks in as much of a hurry as possible while snapping at each other, fretting about the next lock and maybe hanging the boat by the ...
... there and we woke them up. Don't know.
Driving back to Port Ellen, we were not as lucky as we were before in having the road to ourselves. This time we met several cars on the road and had to pull over or wait while they pulled over to be able to get through. I guess there is not much traffic in that area. The road is called a "restricted usage" road on Google maps, but there were no signs indicating ...
... I sit on the bank and watch small bugs skittering on the water surface with a blue damsel fly hovering above, while my companion wades around the edge peering into the dark wafter and occasionally displaying what he has found: a small lagoon cockle that looks exactly like a green lentil, a snail that is a double for a Puy lentil, and an even smaller isopod for which no leguminous analogy comes to mind. The shallow water is turgid with blooms of what in ...