"Happiness is having a rare steak, a bottle of whisky, and a dog to eat the rare steak.” - Johnny Carson

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The "her" in       Her Whisky Love

I'm still here!  As some of you may have realized I have been working with Bacardi and helping their 5 single malts gain a foothold in the USA over the past year. This has not allowed me to write as much as I would like but I am still visiting new distilleries all the time. Slowly but surely I will get them up here. I will always have and be her whisky love so please stay tuned! Still writing & posting when I can..

Thanks for bearing with me and in the meantime you can still find me on Instagram @herwhiskylove

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November 22, 2016

Dingle Distillery. It’s not easy to get to Dingle, Ireland. It is at the bottom, west corner of the island and when you look at a map you can see how Ireland turns into a mixture of land and sea very quickly. It is probably the most well-known start up in Ireland right...

Kilchoman. I have to be honest, I tried Machir Bay earlier this summer and wasn’t impressed. I will always try whisky a few times, because you never know if mood or environment can change how you feel about that dram the next time around. I tried not to let this alter...

July 7, 2016

This Myer Farm Distillery visit was interesting. My father wanted to come with me, but again, he

doesn’t like whiskey. I keep telling him he doesn’t have to try and like it, but I do appreciate his effort. Although, he has started to favor rye’s that we have tried. I am...

April 20, 2016

I was traveling back to NYC this past weekend and started doing some research on all of the recent "craft distillery" pop-ups in the area. It has been quite the craze lately and actually, on one of my latest tours I learned why. There are certain rules, tax breaks etc....

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These stories are all personal opinion and my way of tracking and sharing my whisky travels with friends and family. I of course want accurate facts. I have had lovely and knowledgeable tour guides and if I have facts that are incorrect, it is most likely due to my lack of documentation. If this is the case, please feel free to write to me directly on the "Contact Me" page. I would love to hear from you and meet a fellow whisky lover. Thanks for taking part in my whisky education! 

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