Me? I would take Gordon Brown. Somehow I think a couple of drams would turn him into a very interesting companion.
But the amount of time and effort she puts in to it is ubelivable.
Amongst other things she handles bookings for people who are coming, free of charge. If you call the local tourist council (who's Dufftown-office normally is closed during the festival) the closest place to spend the night offered will most likely be Elgin.
And of course she just loves plugging her favourite whiskies - I think it's reasonable to think that her shop is the shop in the world that sells the most Mortlach 16yo.
More suggestions please!
He just loves to tax anything that moves and if he can't tax that then he taxes anything which doesn't.
I read an interview with Billy Boyd - Pippin, the hobbit, from the Lord of the Rings - and he said he was trying to convert his co-stars to the benefits of single malt. So all the elves and hobbits plus from LOTR would be my choice.
And hands off Liv Tyler, she's mine. Honest. Guv.
p.s. I'll be surprised if Fiona is at that event after having spoken to her.
Paul Walsh's comments are spot-on; let's move on from tartan-clad stags and haggis-infested castles; whisky has a much more important role to play in everyday life.
(The wrong side of 40)
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