Whiskey enthusiasts return to Groningen

By Martin MacDonald

As any Scot living abroad will attest, there are few things with the capacity to induce nostalgia about your homeland that can rival a mouthful of single malt whiskey. A dram can immediately transport you to the island of Islay, where the lingering smell of burning peat meets the sea spray that batters the ragged Atlantic coastline, or place you on the earthen banks of the river Spey as it meanders through the rugged highland countryside. Continue reading “Whiskey enthusiasts return to Groningen”