Friday, November 5, 2010

The Whisky Round Table - November 2010

The latest edition of The Whisky Round Table is now available for all to read. The subject of this month's meeting is whisky festivals and what makes one good or bad. The host this month is Mark Connolly, who writes the Glasgow Whisky (and Ale) blog, plus he also runs the Whisky Whisky Whisky forum and is co-staging his own whisky festival this month. Busy chap, huh? We are delighted to be one of the founder members of The Whisky Round Table, so hope that you will join us and our colleagues for this edition. To read the November sitting of the Whisky Round Table - click here.

The Whisky Round Table is the brainchild of Jason Johnston-Yellin, who is the author of the 'must read' whisky blog Guid Scotch Drink. His idea was to gather together 12 whisky bloggers from around the world and get them to discuss a whisky topic once a month. The hosting of The Round Table is passed around the 12 members, with each host setting the question for each month. The November edition is the sixth offering and the hosting half way point for The Round Table and the subjects have been wide and varied to date. Links to the other five articles can be found by clicking here.

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