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Category Archives: Scottish History

Cask 88 Launches Whisky In Style

Last week, independent bottler and Cask broker, Cask 88, unveiled two truly inspired releases at the stunning venue of Borthwick Castle in Gorebridge, Scotland. They announced the second of six bottlings in their excellent Scottish Folklore Series and surprised guests with an elegant and truly premium Glenlivet 50 Year Old that they are offering at […]

Whisky Pairings: Haggis & Scotch

Burns Day is coming in hot and here at Whisky Foundation we’re looking forward to attending a spate of suppers, eating loads of ‘haggis, neeps and tatties’, reciting our favourite poems and washing it all down with a large whisky or three. Burns Suppers are celebrated all over Scotland and beyond as folks look to […]

Celebrating Burns Night Like The Scots

The annual Scottish celebration is almost here, as people all over the world are preparing for Burns Night on the 25th of January. Many of us have probably enjoyed some haggis or a few glasses of whisky on Burns night, listening to the different Scottish tunes played throughout the evening. But what many may not […]

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