Posted on 30 May 2012.
The West End Festival kicks off this weekend and as always they have a massive array of community-rooted events running right up until the 24th of June. One of the first events being held as part of the festival on it’s launch day (Friday 1st of June) is a Whisky Master Class, but don’t worry [...]
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Posted on 15 September 2010.
Whisky Live rolls into Glasgow once a year, most recently on 11th September in the Thistle Hotel on Cambridge Street. It’s a great event with lots of whisky related stands and sampling opportunities. It’s also very friendly with discussions going on at every stand, although only on my first visit did this result in a big [...]
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Posted on 16 July 2010.
I must have walked past Demijohn hundreds of times, but I only went in for the first time recently. I’m glad I did, because it canadian viagra combines three things that are very important to me – locally-sourced products, environmentally-friendly practices and fancy booze. Demijohn is Scotland’s only ‘liquid deli’, offering a range of liqueurs, [...]
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Posted on 12 July 2010.
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Posted on 13 April 2010.
Ok, its not going to be everybody’s cup of tea, but I quite like the Park bar. A home from home for many of Glasgow”s Outer Hebridean population, the Park bar is a friendly and welcoming bar, but can get a bit excited at the weekend. You’ll have to forgive the twee tartan decor, but [...]
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