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by Miriam, Martin and Manuel


Our podcast - Inside Whisky - is for everyone who enjoys whisky and the stories of the people behind it - great whisky comes from great people and we want to bring their stories to the comfort of your home.

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For me, whisky was not love at first sight but the trips to Scotland, the beautiful landscape and the wonderful people behind the whisky did not allow me not to fall in love with whisky. 

Today I enjoy whisky with a strong wood influence from good ex bourbon or oloroso casks. 

Favourite unpeated whisky: Bunnahabhain XXV

Favourite peated whisky:

Caol Ila 1990 bottled for Feis Ile 2019

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An old German tradition of praising a Christmas tree led to my love for whisky. What I enjoy most are old ex bourbon cask whiskies and malts matured in second fill sherry casks because they give the whisky the chance to unfold its own special character without the cask being too dominant.

Favourite unpeated whisky:

Bruichladdich Rare Cask 1986-2016

Favourite peated whisky:

Bowmore 15 y.o. bottled for Feis Ile 2018

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Discovering new smells and tastes led me into the whisky world and deepened my love for the Water of Life ever since. Well-aged whiskies are my go-to because for me complexity is king.

Favourite unpeated whisky:

Any Glendronach Single Cask from 1993

Favourite peated whisky:

Lagavulin 21 (1985)







Andy Bell

(Arran Distillery)







Scott and Andrew Laing

(Ardnahoe, Hunter Laing)

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Mark Westmorland

(Wolfburn Distillery)

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Kenny Maclean

(Isle of Harris Distillers)


In our podcast we talk to all kinds of people involved in the whisky industry, including distillery owners and master distillers as well as brand ambassadors and sales managers and, of course, the wonderful tour guides, who provide us with the lovely experiences directly at the distilleries.


All their wonderful stories help us bring a little bit of Scotland straight to you.

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