My relationship to peated scotch was like a person you hate when you meet, then somehow you get to know them and they are now like family. In fact, several years ago, a great friend, Dan, bought me an expensive bottle of Laphroaig for my birthday. I felt bad not liking it because I know … Read More about Peated Whisky
Making movies is hard. But it’s also a lot of fun. Some people (not many) make a lot of money doing it. And lots of people want to do it. Actors, writers, and directors arrive daily in Los Angeles. And it’s no longer limited to Los Angeles. Now that you can make movies on your … Read More about Nothing But Yes
We call this movie The Water of Life – a whisky film. We’ve already discussed what “water of life” means, but what about “a whisky film?” That’s our subtitle. We considered a bunch: “A Whisky Documentary,” “A film about whisky,” etc. At the end of the day I liked “a whisky film.” It flows well … Read More about You Can’t Taste The Bloody Whisky!
An explosion of popularity around the world has made scotch whisky the biggest growth industry in Scotland. More than 90% of the whisky produced in Scotland is exported. Exports have increased by 87% in the past decade and its annual revenues are now in excess of $5 million. In 2017, more than 528,000,000 bottles of … Read More about Whisky popularity skyrocketing
We are very pleased to announce that next Tuesday, May 22nd, we’ll be hosting our first whisky tasting event courtesy of the incredible independent bottler Alexander Murray & Co. From 7-9pm, Alexander Murray’s brand ambassador William Lipp will be pouring a custom selection of their whiskies at the Lost Property Bar at 1704 N. Vine … Read More about Alexander Murray & Co. Whisky Tasting