Talisker is one of the world's best-known whiskies
He's behind the bar's collection of whiskies
It runs from midday to 5pm, and tickets are priced PS30, which includes entry to the festival, a Glencairn tasting glass, a bottle of water, the Festival Guide and all whiskies
sampled in the main hall (not including 'under the counter' drams).
We are seeing more new premium Canadian whiskies
enter the market," observes Broc Smith, owner of the Sarasota Liquor Locker in Sarasota, Fla.
Upmarket whisky shops are also keen buyers at auction - if you know your whiskies
well you can buy at auction for 50 per cent of the original price.
Visitors will be able to have an exclusive sample of Japanese whisky Hakushu Distillery Reserve which has not yet been launched in the UK, as well as trying one of the peatiest whiskies
in the world, Bruichladdich's Black Art, with a staggering phenol level of 167PPM (parts per million), compared with Ardbeg's 55PPM.
In Scotland you've got the greatest number of whiskies
stretching back over a great many years," says Paul, "There's a rich heritage.
We are confident that whisky lovers or collectors wishing to own a unique piece of Scotland's liquid history will be very excited about Mortlach 70 Year Old," shared David and Michael Urquhart, Joint Managing Directors of Gordon & MacPhail, the custodian of some of Scotland's finest and rarest single malt scotch whiskies
are aged for as little as two years, but the better brands spend 8 to 12 years developing.
John Hutson, Wetherspoon chief executive, said: "All four of the malt whiskies
available in our pubs are first-class and are popular.
Levels of phenols in drinking water are tested to ensure that they are very low - at least 10,000 times lower than found in some whiskies
After maturation, it is blended with single malts to produce Scotch whiskies
such as J and B Rare ($22) and Johnny Walker Red Label ($25).