Nico Piazza (Head Bartender Megaro): Balblair 1999 2nd release tasting
Balblair 1999 is a guy who stands out, the one that wants to be a bully, a guy with a pretty face who ignores the rules.
Behind the scenes at the Whistles Menswear Launch
We teamed up with GQ Magazine at a house party like no other, read more...
Balblair at Maltstock
At first glance Scotland and The Netherlands are quite different but rest assured, when it comes to the sheer passion for single malt whisky these two small nations are practically twins.
Just as nature nudges us from warming stews to zesty salads, or snug cashmere scarves to cool cotton chinos, so too she encourages a refreshing gear change in our drinks repertoire.
Now, I’ve been to a few whisky brand-tasting events but one thing is for sure – no one quite does it like Balblair. Read about my experiece discovering Balblair Vintages here...
Balblair 1983 with scallops
Ferne Glaser, our friend and a fellow whisky enthusiast from Canada, has recently suggested three food pairings for Balblair Vintages and we have to say we're really impressed.
National Luxury Lifestyle Awards
Last month we welcomed the opportunity to sponsor the National Luxury Lifestyle Awards, hosted by London’s No1. Luxury Lifestyle Magazine, Chelsea Monthly.
Vintages well travelled
Whisky commentator, our good friend and an all-round perfect gentleman, Dave Worthington of the Whisky Discovery blog, organised a curious tasting for his community last night.
A journey timed to perfection
On a balmy summer evening, not long ago, some of London’s finest bloggers gathered to enjoy a journey timed to perfection
Balblair joins The Luxury Network
This new alignment enables us to bring exclusive offers to our Gathering Place members and share our Vintages with like-minded people. Read more...
Release makes a difference
There is now a large number of current and archive Vintages and, in some cases, there is more than one release from a given year which may be a source of confusion. Time to clarify a few things.
Whisky blogger Steve Prentice reviews Balblair Vintage 1969...