TreacleSponge wrote:MrTattieHeid wrote:On a nice day, you can see the Paps (and my elbow) reflected in the stills. Wish they'd polish 'em up a bit more, though.
Aye, there's nowt worse than unpolished Paps.
Let's not go there....
Here's my view from the window:
And the omnipresent Paps, from the back road to Portnahaven:
All these pictures do make me wish I was back again, but I just get to reminisce about it until May when I return for my further adventures (4th) of "the whisky trails", desination: Speyside!
Here's a picture from my last holiday in Scotland in '06 taken in the stillroom at Aberfeldy.
The lad working in the shop was so cheerful I really wanted to buy stuff from him and ended up with a water jug (I had a pub, I really didn't need any more water jugs!) and a metal bookmark (also something I didn't need).
WillieJJ pleased to be of service and Woodhill, you are just too funny. I feel all warm and fuzzy from all the Christmas cheer flowing on this thread.
You have received the highest accolade available to mankind.
Took this at the same time as the one above (to much time on my hands), It's more like the 'standard' view of the castle seen on postcards etc.
Over 60 whiskies (18 malts). Hard to find single malts in Thailand but they are slowly arriving as the Thais develop a taste for more than 'Black', 'Blue' and Chivas.
Drop in if you're in the region. Fine drams with fine company.
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Sunny days seem hard to come by, at least when I'm there. Here's a shot of the Clynelish distillery taken in August of '02
That's the old Clynelish though isn't it? The one that became Brora. The current Clynelish buildings are much less attractive
The one above is a side shot, here's the front side. With everything else much older and rustic in the area it sorta sticks out like a sore thumb.
Clynelish may not be picturesque but it's a fantastic single malt!
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