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I visit the Scottish Island of Islay, the world’s only whisky island 🥃. The Isle of Islay, located on Scotland’s west coast is one of Scotland whisky regions, known for its Islay peated whisky and home to 9 working Islay distilleries. Islay can be accessed by a 2-3 hour ferry from Kennacraig or Oban or it’s possible to fly with flights from Glasgow taking around 45 minutes. I take the Calmac ferry to Isle of Islay with my campervan Ernie and aswell as exploring the island, I also do my own Islay whisky tour. I taste Islay single malts at some of the distilleries on the whisky trail near Port Ellen but I also pick up some driver’s drams so I can do my own whisky tasting and decide for myself which is the best Islay whisky back at the Islay campsite. Islay scotch is renowned worldwide and I make it my goal to visit all 9 Islay distilleries during my time on the island - Kilchoman, Laphroaig, Lagavullin, Ardbeg, Bowmore, Bunnahabhain, Ardnahoe, Caol Ila and Bruichladdich. The more Islay scotch I try, the more of a whisky fan I become! Join me on this Scotland travel adventure through Islay as I learn more about whisky, Scotland’s national drink! 📖 Check out my FREE campervan buying checklist here - 🤍 WHO AM I? I'm Ruth 👋 and I recently bought a campervan to travel my home country of Scotland. I moved overseas after university in 2011 and I’ve hardly seen anything or been anywhere in my home country Scotland and I’ve never even visited places like the Scottish Highlands, the Isle of Skye or the NC500. I am a huge fan of campervan travel and alternative living and while living in Japan, my partner and I converted both a van and a bus into campervans. We explored Japan extensively, sharing our adventures on our two Japanese language YouTube channels. I've spent over 600 nights living in vans, it’s my favourite way to travel due to the incredible freedom, adventure and the affordability. My campervan is a 2001 Toyota Hiace high roof van. It was originally used by the Royal Mail and then purchased by the previous owner and self-converted into a DIY campervan. Although the van is already converted, in order for it to be an off-grid living van, it requires some campervan DIY, especially when it comes to electrics and plumbing. On this channel, I’ll be sharing more about this van, any DIY I do, and most importantly sharing my road trip adventures as I finally get to travel my beautiful home country of…. SCOTLAND! MY OTHER SOCIALS: 📸 INSTAGRAM - 🤍 🎥 FACEBOOK - 🤍 📱 TIKTOK - 🤍
3 Days in Islay - Scotland's Stunning Whisky Island In April, me and Amy visited Islay, an island off the west coast of Scotland, famous for its wildlife, whisky, and stunning beaches. We spent 3 days exploring as much of Islay as we could, going bird-watching at RSPB Loch Gruinart, sampling whisky at two of it's world-famous distilleries, and visiting some of the island's most beautiful beaches, including the popular Singing Sands. Check out my Amazon storefront for links to all my hiking and camping gear 👇 🤍 Music: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE for more videos! And FOLLOW ME on Instagram: 🤍
We spent two days on Islay, Scotland drinking some of the best scotch in Scotland. We do visit 6 distilleries on Islay including a warehouse tasting at Lagavulin, stop into Laphroaig, explore Ardbeg, Ardnahoe, Bruichladdich and Bunnahabhain. We had an amazing trip and hope you enjoy coming along with us! 00:00 Islay, Scotland 00:09 Ferry to Islay, Scotland 01:27 Arrival on Islay, Scotland 02:22 Lagavulin Warehouse Tasting, Islay, Scotland 06:18 Laphroaig, Islay, Scotland 09:17 Ardbeg Old Stillhouse New Stillhouse Tasting, Islay, Scotland 10:46 Lagavulin Distillery Tour, Islay, Scotland 13:52 Exploring Islay, Scotland 15:40 Dinner at the Lochside Hotel, Bowmore, Islay, Scotland 19:14 Bruichladdich Distillery, Islay, Scotland 22:09 Kilchomen Distillery, Islay, Scotland 26:24 Lunch at Ardnahoe Distillery, Islay, Scotland 30:52 Bunnahabhain Distillery, Islay, Scotland Our Subscribers help us shape our future adventures! Please be sure to subscribe to our channel as it helps us out! We are better able to share our adventure in real-time on our social media channels, we'd love for you to join us over there as well! All Drone footage is our footage obtained legally by a Remote Pilot under the FAA 's Small UAS Rule (Part 107). All footage is obtained outside of National Parks, State Parks, and other areas where flying drones is not permitted. Instagram 🤍 TikTok 🤍 Contact Us adamandmadalyn🤍gmail.com
Islay is home to some of the most famous Scotch Whisky distilleries in the world. It’s the finest alcoholic drink you can buy. But how is it made and what makes Islay Scotch whisky so different? If you are a whisky fan, join me on the Islay Scotch whisky trail as I show you around the 10 Scotch whisky distilleries that are open on Islay: Port Ellen, Laphroaig, Lagavulin, Ardbeg, Bowmore, Bruichladdich (Port Charlotte), Kilchoman, Caol Ila, Bunnahabhain and Ardnahoe. Especially if you want to visit one of their distillery tours. Even if you don’t like whisky, go for the gorgeous Scottish scenery, especially overlooking the paps of Jura. Worth a look even if you don’t drink Scotch! Ninh Ly presents ‘Ultimate Bucket List’ – a brand new YouTube channel to explore cool things to do before you die. From swimming with dolphins, to jumping off cranes, to gambling in Vegas. Follow me on my journey to tick off things on my bucket list and give you travel tips and advice so that you can start your own. Come on guys, live a little! Life is too short. Do you feel that your life is slipping away? Have you fulfilled your life’s wishes? Or travelled the world? This channel is to provide you with ideas to tick off your bucket list. COMMENT, LIKE, RATE & SUBSCRIBE!!! Also discuss on Reddit! Video: I own most footage – Copyright Ninh Ly 2020. Other footage: Kilchoman, Bruichladdich, Glen Moray, wildnluckie, Images: Ninh Ly Music: ‘Various’ by Celtic Fiddle Festival Narrated, Directed and Produced by Ninh Ly Ultimate Bucket List Website - 🤍 Main Website - 🤍 Find Ultimate Bucket List on Facebook – 🤍 Find Ninh Ly on Facebook – 🤍 Follow me on Twitter - 🤍 Google+ – 🤍 Instagram – 🤍 LinkedIn – 🤍 #islay #whisky #whiskytrail #scotland #scottish #travel #distillery #tour #scotch
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In today's vlog, we show you what to do on Islay if you're coming over for a short visit. We were joined by our good friends - Ewelina and Artur, two really cool creatives. Both have never been to Islay before but are frequent travelers to different parts of Scotland. On this trip, we only had three days to show them some of Islay's best spots and battle with the weather that's typical for this time of the year. If you are planning a trip to Islay, we would recommend at least a week but this is a good wee guide if you're here for a short time. We also stay at Bruichladdich so mostly focused on that side of the island. Thanks for watching! Ewelina's Instagram: 🤍 Artur's Instagram: 🤍 Evenartstories: 🤍 Our Instagram: 🤍 Roksana's: 🤍 Calum's: 🤍 Our business: 🤍ardview.com 00:00 - 01:49 - Intro 01:50 - 02:04 - Picking our friends up 02:05 - 03:10 - Co-Op in Bowmore 03:11 - 03:21 - Drive via Port Charlotte 03:22 - 03:52 - Port Wemyss 03:53 - 03:58 - Portnahaven 03:59 - 04:22 - Currie Sands 04:23 - 04:30 - Day 2 04:31 - 05:22 - Machir Bay 05:23 - 05:37 - Drive to Port Ellen 05:38 - 06:17 - Carraig Fhada 06:18 - 06:25 - Day 3 06:26 - 07:55 - Bruichladdich Distillery 07:56 - 09:47 - Saligo 09:48 - 10:51 - The Oa - American Monument 10:52 - 11:09 - The End 11:10 - 12:05 - Bloopers
I've always felt that trips to Islay end up being much more than the whisky, and I knew I wasn't alone. I wanted my most recent trip for the annual Fèis Ìle to attempt to capture what it was, and connect with those who felt the same way. As we toured Lagavulin, Bunnahabhain, Bruichladdich, Kilchoman, Laphroaig and Ardbeg we met up with so many people there for the whisky yet seduced by the magic of the island and it's people. We weren't able to tour Caol Ila, Bowmore or Ardnahoe this visit, but we can't wait to go back. We had magical final moments sipping 1970's Port Ellen outside the old distillery itself and then on the Islay peat fields. Wonderful. This video was possible due to the awesome Aqvavitae Evangelists, Disciples & Drambassadors who choose to sponsor the channel through Patreon. I hope the enjoyment this video brings in some way helps to say thanks for the continued and valued support. You can join them here: 🤍 The filming was possible with help from my travel companion Bill. Also some folks we met along the way, such as Brian T, Mario C, Lindsay E & Max aka Whisky Bloke and his well-behaved and very cute companions Rex and Pugsy - find them here: 🤍 Also, special thanks to Brian of Burns Stewart, Leha of Kilchoman, Tom of Laphroaig, Lindy of Bruichladdich, Iain MacArthur of Lagavulin and Steve Haag at Islay House. This has been my most ambitious solo project to date, and borne from the love I have of that little Island off the West coast of Scotland. I hope you'll indulge the video length. For those curious about the fish - it's here: 23:18 Music by the awesome DJ Quads: Spring Feelings: 🤍 I like to: 🤍 My Desire: 🤍 Viewing is intended for 18 years or older (or minimum age for alcohol consumption in your country of residence).
Drone video overflying the Island of Islay on the west coast of Scotland. Highlights include the American Monument, Bowmore Distillery and the Rinns of Islay Lighthouse. Enjoy! Music: Tony Anderson, The King The first episode of the Scotland Drone Series.
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*NEW: Join the First Phil Discord Whisky Community for whisky banter, reviews, and meet other like-minded whisky folks: 🤍 Welcome to my comprehensive guide to the Isle of Islay, a captivating destination known for its world-renowned whiskies. Join me as I take you on a journey through Islay's fascinating history, iconic distilleries, and the allure that makes whisky enthusiasts go crazy for this tiny picturesque island. Learn how to pronounce 'Islay' correctly and explore the intriguing story of how Islay became its own whisky region. We'll delve into the notable distilleries, including the famous "big three" cult-status distilleries: Ardbeg, Laphroaig, and Lagavulin. Uncover the captivating tales behind Bowmore, Bunnahabhain, Bruichladdich, Kilchoman, and other distilleries that shape Islay's whisky scene. We'll also dive into the significance of peat and its smoky influence on Islay whiskies, discussing why they are either loved or loathed. Immerse yourself in Islay's vibrant festivals, like the Fèis Ìle, a week-long celebration of whisky and Scottish music. Whether you're a whisky connoisseur or an enthusiastic traveller, Islay's rugged beauty, warm hospitality, and unique whiskies make it a must-visit destination. Join me on this virtual exploration and unravel the magic of Islay whisky. Don't miss out on my recommended whiskies outside of Islay that peaty whisky lovers will enjoy at the end of the video! Join the banter about whisky here: *Instagram: 🤍 *Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Buy unique whisky branded merch: 🤍 Buy me a dram to support the channel: paypal.me/firstphilwhisky I also sell digital landscape photos: 🤍 Any enquiries? Email me at firstphilwhisky at gmail dot com 00:00 Islay single malt scotch whisky 00:49 Islay pronunciation 01:10 Islay, Scotland - Explained 02:42 Islay's History 04:16 What is Islay Scotland known for? Peat & Smoke 06:59 How many distilleries are there in Islay? 07:32 Ardbeg / Where is Ardbeg Scotch made? 08:41 What is special about Laphroaig? 10:06 Is Lagavulin owned by Nick Offerman? 10:50 What type of whisky is Caol Ila? 11:49 Where is Bowmore Scotch from? 12:25 Is Bunnahabhain good? 13:08 Do they grow barley on Islay? 13:25 What type of whiskey is Bruichladdich? 14:30 Is Kilchoman smoky? 15:09 When did Ardnahoe Distillery open? 15:49 New distilleries on Islay - Port Ellen & Portintruan Distillery 16:34 Islay Travel Guide 17:20 Non-Islay Peaty Whiskies you SHOULD try! - AFFILIATE LINKS WHISKY: Whisky glass I use: 🤍 Whisky glass 4 pack: 🤍 Whisky water jug: 🤍 Whisky caps (important!): 🤍 My favorite tumbler: 🤍 Large Ice Cubes (great for old fashioned cocktails): 🤍 My favorite whisky book: 🤍 Whisky cabinet light strip: 🤍 My Everyday Carry: My watch: 🤍 Epic Watch Display Case: 🤍 GEAR: My Camera: 🤍 Lens I use: 🤍 My Audio Microphone: 🤍 Audio Recorder: 🤍 Best vlogging mic: 🤍 Disclaimer: This video is only a reflection of my personal opinion and perspective.
Islay……. a place of rich history, rugged landscape, rare wildlife, and a whisky heritage like no other. It’s a place of renowned friendliness, beautiful scenery, and over 3,000 years of compressed, waterlogged moss, vegetation and plants that have grown and died, creating the Peat banks of today. There is nowhere else on earth like it. A quest to find Scotland’s best whisky might bring you to the island, and as many of you find out, Islay is so much more and the very reason why you stay, immigrate, or become returning visitors for years to come. There are nine iconic distilleries here, with a few more distilleries planned and approved to include Port Ellen. Some of the most famous names in the whisky world are located here. All on an island of 3,000 people. Whisky is, of course, Islay’s ultimate claim to fame; it is a way of life on this windswept isle. That said, there is so much more to Islay’s charm than its golden drams: the landscape, the light, the coast, the cuisine, and the locals. Hope you enjoy the episode and please let us know what you think of this video in the comment section below. We appreciate every thumbs up and would love, if you’d consider subscribing to the channel!! ✅ Sign up for Newsletter and find more Information here: 🤍 Thanks for Watching! 🎥 Welcome to the official YouTube Channel of Beer, Wine & Spirits 🎥 Hi, I’m Jeff Bradford. My passion for beer, wine, and spirits ignited an urge to investigate the stories behind the labels. So, in 2018, I sold everything I owned to travel the world. My objective: to learn the secrets of brewers, winemakers, and distillers. From Switzerland to Mexico, I set out to determine why their process yields extraordinary results. With each stop on the map, I reveal time-honored traditions, cultural influences, and industry practices that help you discover the soul of these incredible products. As a former member of the US military, I learn by doing. You’ll see me harvesting grapes in South Africa, pouring beer at Oktoberfest, and chopping agave in Tequila. My channel is dedicated to the passionate, hardworking people who make the beverages associated with our favorite celebrations, special events and amazing moments with those we love. Join me as I find the next fascinating story about your favorite Beer, Wine, and Spirits. Cheers! 🎬 So, definitely subscribe to my channel and hit the bell to never miss a Video 🔔 👍 Let’s Connect! Follow me on your favorite Social Media: Instagram ➡️ 🤍 Twitter ➡️ 🤍 TikTok ➡️ 🤍 Facebook ➡️ 🤍 Linkedin ➡️ 🤍 🌐 Visit my Website: 🤍 📧 Contact me anytime: jeff🤍bwsmediaco.com 🎬 🖥 Filming and Editing by Yoel Kamara Website: 🤍 Email: yoel🤍ymkfilms.co.uk Instagram: 🤍YoelKamara #whiskylover #Islay #whisky
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The Isle of Islay is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland. It is called 'The Queen of the Hebrides'. In this video we visit Port Ellen in the south, follow the Three Distilleries Path, and then move on to Kildalton, with its 9th century carved cross.
So it's a list video today. This one will definitely get some people fired up. I'm ranking my favourite Islay distilleries. I'm sure many will have some opinions on this one. Just for fun, guys. Cheers! IG: 🤍gwhiskytw Business/Contact info: gwhiskytw🤍gmail.com Scores: 0-75 - Crap 75-79 - For cocktails & people you don't like 80-82 - Not bad 83-85 - Getting good here 86-89 - Delicious 90-94 - Awesome 95-100 - Cowabunga Dudes Music: 🤍
Listen and learn how to say Speyside correctly (Scotch Whisky area/island of Scotland) with Julien, "how do you pronounce" free pronunciation audio/video tutorials. Learn more on 🤍 (below text is quoted from Islay.com) List of Distilleries on Islay making Single Malt Scotch WHisky: WORKING DISTILLERIES ARDBEG ARDNAHOE BOWMORE BRUICHLADDICH BUNNAHABHAIN CAOL ILA KILCHOMAN LAGAVULIN LAPHROAIG CLOSED DISTILLERIES PORT ELLEN LOST DISTILLERIES ON ISLAY Despite its small size, Islay has been home to many distilleries over the years. While most of them were short lived and their memories have faded, a few still linger on in stories, ruined buildings and place names. ARDENISTIEL Ardenistiel was founded in 1821, next door to Laphroaig and sharing its water source; James and Andrew Stein, of the noted Stein family of distillers, were hired to manage the distillery. ARDMORE Not to be confused with the Highland distillery of the same name, Ardmore was founded in 1817 and sat next door to Lagavulin, backing on to the same secluded bay. By 1825 they were both operated by John Johnston, and within 20 years the two distilleries were sold and merged to form the Lagavulin distillery we know today. DAILL Founded in 1814, Daill was a farm distillery owned by the McEachern family. Not much is known about it, but by 1834 it had closed. Daill Farm still exists and a number of buildings on the estate could well have been used for distilling. LOCHINDAAL/PORT CHARLOTTE Established in 1829, Lochindaal was a purpose-built site in the middle of the village of Port Charlotte. Situated in the Rhinns of Islay, the western peninsula where Bruichladdich and Kilchoman are based today, it passed through many hands during its 100 years of operation. LOSSIT Lossit Distillery was established in 1826 at Lossit Kennels, near to Ballygrant, just off the road between Bridgend and Port Askaig. It operated as a farm distillery until the 1860s, at which point it closed. MALT MILL The most legendary and famed of closed Islay distilleries, Malt Mill also has one of the simplest stories. When Lagavulin owner Peter Mackie lost the sales agency for Laphroaig’s whisky in 1907, he decided to make his own Laphroaig. He built a small replica of his rival on-site at Lagavulin, but despite considerable effort, the whisky did not taste like Laphroaig and the project was a failure. MULINDRY Established in 1826, Mulindy didn’t last long. Built by the River Laggan a few miles from Bowmore, it had closed by 1831 – the owner went bankrupt and emigrated to the USA amid rumours that he enjoyed his distillery’s whisky a little too much. Today, little remains of the site other than a derelict croft. NEWTON Newton was a farm distillery situated on the road from Bridgend to Ballygrant. Established in 1819, it operated until 1837, and little is known about the site. Today, Newton House still exists and has an outbuilding with barred windows that may have been used for bonded storage. OCTOMORE Sat in the hills behind Port Charlotte, Octomore was a farm distillery owned by the Montgomery family. It was established in 1816, but like many farm distilleries it didn’t last long, falling into disrepair by the 1940s. SCARRABUS Scarrabus, maybe situated near the site of the present-day Scarrabus farm, is almost certainly the shortest lived of the farm distilleries on Islay. TALLANT Founded in 1821 by Donald and John Johnston, the distillery was built at Tallant Farm near Bowmore. It was not a profitable operation and the business folded in 1852. However, it remains an interesting footnote in Islay’s distilling history, as the Johnston family also established Laphroaig. About Islay: Islay is the southernmost of the Inner Hebrides islands, off the west coast of Scotland. Along with the neighbouring island of Jura, it’s known for its whisky. Numerous distilleries produce the island’s characteristically peaty single malts. In the northeast, 2 islands on Loch Finlaggan are dotted with the remains of an ancient settlement, including a prehistoric fort and medieval tombstones. Source: 🤍 Learn how to say wine words in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, and many other languages with Julien Miquel and his pronunciation tutorials! In the world of words and the diversity of accents and local dialects, some words can be extremely hard to pronounce. Julien’s instructional and educational videos make pronunciation easier as I detail the correct pronunciation as native French speaker but also fluent speaker of French, English, Spanish and Italian. -If you found this video helpful please like the video to support my work. -If you would like help with any future pronunciations please be sure to subscribe! -Thanks for Watching How To Pronounce with Julien and happy pronouncing.
The islands of the Inner Hebrides are stunning in many ways. Some have Caribbean white beaches and others like Islay are studded with distilleries. Islay is over two hours sailing so feels like a mini adventure when you catch the 7am ferry and the sea is like glass! What an amazing day, choose to visit any of the nine distilleries and you will love it. The combination of a gentle ferry crossing while enjoying a surprisingly good breakfast, biking and visiting different whisky producers is perfection!
Just what did we get up to in 5 days on the Isle of Islay? - 2 hour ferry crossings - Cooking in the van - Grabbing showers on the road - Running out of water (noooooo) - And Theo turns lamb whisperer for the evening. Thanks for watching. Please comment, like, and don't forget to subscribe! Check out our: Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Snapchat: vdubvanlife Filmed on: GoPro Hero 4
Islay ferry from kennacraig to port Ellen | Exploring Islay ferry Isle of Arran, Scotland, Port Askaig , ferry crossing Isle of Islay , port askaig Islay is the southernmost of the Inner Hebrides islands, off the west coast of Scotland. Along with the neighbouring island of Jura, it’s known for its whisky. Numerous distilleries produce the island’s characteristically peaty single malts. Scotland's west coast is famous for its stunning scenery, wildlife and most of all its whisky. Scroll through to see more. Known as the "Whisky Isle," it is home to nine of Scotland's 145 active distilleries, with two more expected to open this year. The Isle of Islay is one of many Scottish islands worth visiting. Islay is an accessible island in the Inner Hebrides on the west coast of Scotland, situated off the Mull of Kintyre. Also known as the Queen of The Hebrides, Islay is well known for its peated whisky, scenery, wildlife and history. #isleofislyfromkennacraigtoportellen #isleofisly #islandofjura #scotlandisland #soniaschannel #theisleofislyscotland #scotlandtour #portaskaig #whiskyisland #whisky #westcoastofscotland #islayjura
August 2022 A four day cycle tour visiting the islands of Islay & Jura. Visiting distillery landmarks along the way and wild camping. I visited Caol ila distillery and sampled their peaty delights.. Using my trusty steed Bored Man 'on tour' and resting in Jack Wolfskin exolight 1 - it was a great escape. #wildcamp #jackwolfskin #islay #jura #cycletouring Music used Deep Blue - by Jonny Easton Link: 🤍 A fantasy soundtrack by Norwegian composer Alexander Nakarada.
In preparation of our Atlas World Traveler Cruise, we rent a car to visit the Isle of Islay to see the countryside and visit some of the storied Scotch Whisky distilleries on the island. We show how to get from Heathrow Airport to Edinburgh by train as well as taking the ferry to the Isle of Islay.
WhiskyJason explains when each and every distillery on Islay was founded Bowmore 1779 Isle of Jura 1810 Daill 1814 / 1834 Ardbeg 1815 Laphroaig 1815 Lagavulin 1816 Octomore 1816 / 1852 Ardmore 1817 / 1835 Newton 1818 / 1837 Tallant 1821 / 1852 Lossit 1821 / 1860 Port Ellen 1825 / 1983 Lochindaal 1829 / 1929 Ardenistile 1837 / 1848 Caol Ila 1846 Bunnahabhain 1881 Bruichladdich 1881 Malt Mill 1908 / 1960 Kilchoman 2005 Ardnahoe 2018
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Today I am taking on an intimidating, arduous, and fun task. I am attempting to create a power ranking formula and rating system to evaluate which Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery is the best on the island, much like you would see for a sports league determing which is the best or most in form team. I have gone ahead and ranked all of the Islay Distilleries assigning them a score between 1-100. 20 points are assigned for the Legacy, 30 for the core range, 30 for the special releases, and another 20 for Independent bottlers/Single Casks. I have assigned a score to each of: Lagavulin, Laphroaig, Ardbeg, Bunnahabhain, Bruichladdich, Caol Ila, Kilchoman, and Bowmore. Watch the video to find out where your favourite Islay Single Malt Scotch Distillery ranks. Will they be at the top of the list? Stay tuned to find out. #scotch #singlemalt #whisky #whiskey #islay #lagavulin #bruichladdich #ardbeg #laphroaig #bunnahabhain #Caol Ila, #Kilchoman, #bowmore #whiskyreview #singlemaltwhisky #whisky2023 #whiskyshowdown #whiskylover 📧 Business Contact : whiskyonthewestcoast🤍gmail.com Find me on Instagram: 🤍 🎶 The Beat of Nature by Olexy 🤍 The REAL "Whisky Bible" - 🤍 (This link supports Ingvar Ronde, the author, directly, rather than Amazon.) ITEMS I USE IN VIDEOS: Go to glass - Glencairn Glass: 🤍 Go to glass x2 - Glencairn Glass 2 Pack: 🤍 Go to glass x4 - Glencairn Glass 4 Pack: 🤍 Glass toppers - Glencairn Tasting Glass Lid: 🤍 Blind tasting Set - Glencairn Blind tasting Glass Set: 🤍 Travel set I use hiking - Glencairn Travel Case 2 pack: 🤍 Way too fancy water dropper - Angels' Share Water Dropper: 🤍 Favourite "other" glass - Schott Zwiesel Nosing Tumbler Glass: 🤍 The coasters we use - Graf Lantz Felt Coasters: 🤍 The mic I use - Rode NT-USB+ Microphone: 🤍 Disclaimer: Full Disclosure, links to products/services in the description are often affiliate links through Amazon that let you support this channel at no additional cost to you. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. The more you know
This is a follow-up to my Top 5 Islay Scotch Whiskies episode with the $100 price limit removed. I've picked my favorite peated Scotch from Islay. These are more expensive and harder to find. Cheers! The guitar sounds are from my 2020 Epiphone UpTown Kat ES. I buy a lot of my whisky from Flaviar. If you want to support my channel and also enjoy a Flaviar membership, please use my link to get (and give) a free bottle: 🤍 I also use Craft Whisky Club to get special edition bottles of whisky. You can help support my channel by using this link: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 - Start 00:15 - Welcome to Peated and Pricey Islay Scotch 01:22 - First Scotch 03:41 - Second Scotch 06:24 - Third Scotch 08:31 - Fourth Scotch 11:03 - Fifth Scotch 13:21 - Sixth Scotch 16:11 - My Recommendations Whisky Riffs is a channel focused on reviewing whiskies while listening to guitar riffs. RELEATED EPISODES * Top 5 Islay Scotch Whiskies! 🤍 * Port Charlotte MRC vs OLC: 🤍 * Port Charlotte OLC: 01 Heavily Peated 🤍 * Ardbeg Traigh Bhan 🤍 * Octomore 11.3 🤍 * Lagavulin Distillers Edition 🤍 FOLLOW ME * Twitter: 🤍 * Personal Website: 🤍 FOLLOW WHISKY RIFFS * Twitter: 🤍 * Website: 🤍 * YouTube: 🤍 * Instagram: 🤍 VIDEO EQUIPMENT * Primary/B-Roll Camera: Sony ZV-1 * Secondary Camera: iPhone 11 Pro * Editing: Final Cut Pro X on an M1 MacBook Pro * Key Light: Aputure Amaran 100d COB LED Light * Diffuser: Selens Hexadecagon Softbox 65cm/26in * Color Light: Aputure Amaran MC RGBWW Mini * Fill Light: Elgato Key Light Professional Studio Light * Light/Camera Stand: Neewer Pro Stainless Steel Light Stand Tripod with Casters * Wireless Audio: Rode Wireless Go * Vocal Microphone: Rode lavalier microphone MUSIC GEAR * Guitar: 2016 Fender American Professional Stratocaster * Guitar: 2017 PRS CE 24 “Angry Larry” * Guitar: 2019 Taylor 314ce * Guitar: 2020 Epiphone UpTown Kat ES * Amp: BOSS Katana 100 MkII * Looper: BOSS RC-10R * Guitar Microphone: Earthworks SR-25 * Audio Interface: Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (3rd gen) * Vocal Microphone: Shure BETA85 DRINKING GEAR * Norlan Glass: 🤍 * Glencairn Glass: 🤍
Continuing our exploration of the Isle of Islay in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland. we come to the rocky peninsula of the Mull of Oa. We first visit the only shop on Oa - in a telephone box - then walk through the RSPB Nature Reserve to the American Monumnet, commemorating those lost on two ships off Islay during World War 1. We then follow the coast back to our car.
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As well as welcoming tourists keen to explore the island’s whisky tours, golf and scenery, the team are a core part of Islay’s vital day-to-day functioning. Assisting with medical access and the local fire service, transporting goods and ensuring the post arrives are just some of their responsibilities. Always there to support visitors and local needs, the team at Islay Airport works hard to ensure the safest, most accessible, and welcoming experience. The team thrives on working in such a beautiful place. Hear more about how every day is different in Islay.
Today we are taking you for a day trip to the Bholsa Caves located on the beautiful Isle of Islay, Scotland. If anyone is fortunate to make the trip to Islay, The Bholsa Caves is a must-visit but most visitors to the island do not know of this place. It was a 25km round trip. For directions, feel free to contact us and we will guide you! Hope you guys enjoyed it and see you in two weeks time with a van tour :) ardview ig: 🤍instagram.com/ardview.photo roksana's ig: 🤍instagram.com/r.rychlik calum's ig: 🤍instagram.com/cjrafferty95 🤍ardview.com
On today's vlog, we take you to a hidden gem on the island of Islay. A remote sheltered beach, accessible by foot or by boat, known mostly only by locals. The beach has been known in Calum's family as The Waterfall Beach but its actual name is Port An Eas which translates as Tune of the Waterfall in Gaelic. We show you how to get to this beautiful spot and how we enjoyed our day there with some wild swimming, frisby, and cooking a delicious vegan BBQ. Hope you enjoy and we look forward to seeing you on our next adventure. → You can connect with us on Instagram: 🤍 →You can also follow Calum's instagram for whisky adventures: 🤍 →And Roks artistic side: 🤍
Maybe it was all the day drinking, but that was the most fun we've ever had on a trip! 😅 This will not be a full overview of the tour with Rabbie's, but please let me know if you have any specific questions about it. Ben and I looked up youtube videos for the Islay whisky tour prior to booking. I didn't want there to be any confusion with this video, and what I'm going to talk about. The short answer is: highly recommend ❤️ Distillery info below. Correction - my backpack was 35L, not 32L The Allpa 35L Travel Pack: 🤍 Distilleries visited: Ardbeg - full tour Ardnahoe - tasting blends. My favorite was Hebridean Journey Bowmore - full tour Bruichladdich - tasting. I got to try Ocotmore, and I loved it. The sensation is like nothing else. I plan to buy a bottle soon. Bunnahabhain - We stopped in. Some people did tastings there. Ben and I bought a tasting set with tiny bottles to take home because we needed pace ourselves. Lagavulin - tasting. We felt very lucky to have our tasting led by Iain McArthur before his retirement. He was amazing, and they were *very* generous on this tour. Well worth the price. Laphroaig - full tour Side note, I learned a few things while putting this video together. I'm going to remember them for my next trip so I can start making proper travel vlogs 😊