At the heart of The Last Drop are the wonderful stories that our spirits tell us about their journeys into our bottles. It is with the greatest pleasure that we recount these tales, to bring the spirits to life, and to enhance the experience of tasting sharing them. in the Stories section, we will be highlighting some of our favourite stories: of discovery, of taste, of creation, and of the journeys and experiences we have encountered. We hope you enjoy them
The Bourbon Pursuit Podcast Bourbon Pursuit is one of the most popular bourbon podcasts in the US. Following the announcement of the release of The Last Drop’s 1980 Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Rebecca Jago was invited onto their podcast to talk all things Last Drop, including the uncovering of the 1980 Bourbon, and some of the other discoveries in The Last Drop Collection.
Forbes Online: An Interview with TLD’s Managing Director Rebecca Jago Joe Micalleff has been writing wines and spirits for 20 years. He is also a winemaker, a wine and spirits judge and an author. In his own words, he has “tasted a lot of wines and spirits, from 200 year old ports to centuries old Cognacs, and many of the world’s oldest whiskies. I also write about the dusty, forgotten places of the world, the ones that reek of history and whose stories still resonate in the 21st century.” He sat down with Rebecca to talk about the business of searching for and bottling rare, ultra-aged spirits.
Colin JP Scott’s 50 Year Old Signature Blend Colin Scott’s illustrious career spans over 50 years in the whisky industry. Colin developed an early passion for whisky, as he grew up around a distillery in Orkney, and then, following in the footsteps of his grandfather and father – who both dedicated their lives to Scotch whisky – he joined The Glenlivet Distillers in Edinburgh in 1973.
The Last Drop Tawny Ports: 1870 & 1970 Over 150 years ago, Thomas Edison was refining his design of the first electric lightbulb, and Alexander Graham Bell was perfecting his new communications invention: the telephone. Charles Dickens – the most famous man in the world – died and Vladimir Lenin, architect of the Soviet Union, was born...


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