Glenmorangie, Ealanta (46%) – Highland Park, Loki (48.7%)

Posted by on Apr 19, 2013 in tasting | One Comment

Glenmorangie – Ealanta – 46%. Matured 19 years in virgin oak (toasted) from Mark Twain National Forest Park in Missouri. The name means skilled and ingenious in Gaelic Colour: ripe gold Nose: rich, intense. Fruity and spicy; a big oak and vanilla whiff at start. Then luscious spicy notes: cumin, cardamom, hint of ginger. The fruit slaloms between […]

Art-rageous Ronnie Cox

Posted by on Apr 17, 2013 in blog | No Comments
Art-rageous Ronnie Cox

Let’s share a secret! When he does not travel the globe to promote The Glenrothes, Ronnie Cox likes to tickle the brush.  A keen “artiste en herbe” Ronnie has recently discovered the Artrage App. One of his favourite pastimes is to let his inspiration remodel images. The results are quite impressive. Here are two examples of […]

Making sense of the Singleton Sensorium

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in blog | No Comments
Making sense of the Singleton Sensorium

“ Martine Nouet has shown an interest in this article which has been offered for publication elsewhere. Many thanks to her for allowing this report to be published here. It seems to be an ongoing story”. Martin Mitchell . Getting to grips (above) with the research are Professor Charles Spence (centre) with Scott King and Russ […]