Hi there!

Welcome to Whiskystories! On this blog you’ll find all sorts of stuff whisky related. My main aim is to write stories about whisky that provide a bit of background to this wonderful drink, so you may be able to understand and appreciate what’s in your glass even more.

Of course I also like to have a drink from time to time. You can check out my tasting notes under the Reviews section, I hope they will be useful for those curious about a certain whisky. As taste is always subjective, feel free to leave a comment about your own views on a particular expression!

You can also get in touch through laugolv@gmail.com.

Happy reading,

Slàinte mhath!

8 thoughts on “Hi there!

  1. Mark Uittenbogaard says:

    Mooie site Laurens!
    Vind je het ook leuk om hier tijdens een whiskeyproeverijavond over te vertellen voor een groep van zo’n 30 man?
    Een avondvullend programma dus.
    Groet, Mark

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  2. Rose says:

    Greetings from New Zealand 🙂
    I have written a book about a Collach, Allan McLean (1833-1898) who emigrated to
    New Zealand in the 1860s and became a successful farmer and horse-breeder.
    His ancestors came from Guirdil on the Isle of Rum, and I would very much like to use your
    photograph of the Guirdil Bothy in my book. Yours is by far the best image of Guirdil
    I could find on the internet! I would credit the source as whiskystories.com,
    but would be happy to add name of the photographer if desired.
    Please email me at kiwirose@hotmail.com if you are willing to grant permission.
    Many thanks and best wishes
    Rose Chapman

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