S5E1 - The Amber Light/Glen Moray Elgin Classic Sherry

Welcome to a BRAND NEW SERIES, and the start of our "budget whiskies" series. Our first budget whisky is a Glen Moray Elgin Classic Sherry cask finish whisky, which can generally be found for the ridiculous price of £20-£25. We also have a great interview with Whisky guru and all round nice guy Dave Broom, who is raising money for his new documentary film called The Amber Light. You can support the project here. But be quick! The Kickstarter ends on 6th April 2018.

To go along with the Amber Light film, we continue the film theme by playing songs from film soundtracks on the podcast, including a song suggested by Dave Broom. Follow us on twitter & Instagram and keep up with The Amber Light film @amberlightfilm. You can listen to the full playlist here: 

This Is My Dram are licenced to play full tracks through a LOML licence from PRS.

S4E1 pt.2 - Glen Moray 1994 sherry cask finish

Something a little different for this episode with a format where the This Is My Dram boys don't actually say very much for once. Well you can stop subscribing in unprecedented numbers because we'll very much be back talking your ears off the side of your head in the next episode. You'll just have to enjoy this brief moment of respite.

We were led into battle on this occasion by Sorren Krebs a.k.a @ocdwhisky who is a fountain of whisky knowledge and long-time Friend of the Pod. We were treated to an exclusive tasting of a special dram - Glen Moray 1994 Sherry Cask Finish - which Sorren had collected both in honour of the year of his daughter's birth and because it is quite frankly a superb bottle of whisky. You can read Sorren's in depth review of the full 1994 range from Glen Moray on his fantastic blog.

We were joined by Ed Milner a.k.a. @MrEdwardMilner and his mate Tom. We don't know much about Tom but we can speculate. I reckon he's a venture capitalist with a keen eye for an investment opportunity and was in attendance to scope out a couple of distilleries ripe for a hostile takeover. I might be wrong.

We made sure to retain an element of our modus operandi (that's Geordie for a dubious reputation) by including a couple of song choices from the very obvious year of 1994, which we soon found to be a golden year for fantastic music and not just fantastic whisky. Don't forget to follow us on twitter, get in touch with feedback and suggestions and send us locks of your hair in the post.