• A New Talisker Single Malt Scotch Whisky is Here - and It's the Oldest One Yet

    1 month ago - By Vine Pair

    Talisker Whisky , sometimes described as “a wild spirit by the sea,” has been made in the oldest Single Malts Scotch Whisky distillery on the Isle of Skye, a small island in Scotland, since its establishment in 1830 by brothers Kenneth and Hugh MacAskill. Taliker has produced a number of single malt scotch whiskies to embody the “elemental wilderness and unadulterated beauty of its birthplace.” Diageo, which owns Talisker Whisky, today announced the release of the newest Talisker single malt Scotch, and it's the oldest one yet.
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