After Dark – Strathisla Distillery 1786

After Dark Strathisla Distillery


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Experience the age-old craft of whisky making at first hand. Dating from 1786, much of the buildings have changed little, from the old cobbled courtyard to the distinctive double pagodas, making it one of the most picturesque distilleries in Scotland well I think so anyway.


  1. I know its late to comment on this ‘Whisky’ flavoured blog…but just opened a bottle of Malt I picked up earlier in the year at Brora…Clynelish. Have to say that I could get addicted to it….even if I have always had the preference for Speyside offerings

  2. Great shot.

    No doubt you’ve heard that according to Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2015,the best whisky in the world is Yamazaki Single Malt Sherry Cask 2013, from Suntory. And for the first time in the 12 years the Whisky Bible has been published, not a single Scottish whisky makes the bible’s top five. In fact the best European whisky in the latest edition is English. Jim should watch his back, I think.

    I still stand by Laphroaig.

    1. Right firstly we shall have less of that Laphroaig comment 🙂 I live in Speyside (we have our own Whisky Map) Yes I did read that report – at the end of the day it is like Wine subjective opinion. I have only really started to get in to whisky (I was a wine dinker mainly) since my arrival in Moray 6 years ago. I like a lot of the various finishes which are being applied my particular favorite at the moment is “The Singleton Tailfire from the Dufftown Distillery follow the link

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