For some reason both Matt at The Dramble and David at Lightly Peated have elected to write about Deanston and its whisky rather than focus on the comprehensive enjoyableness of The Ultimate Dramboree weekend – but our visit to Deanston … Continue reading
Our favourite fudge-selling female over at her ILoveWhisky.blog details her take on the events of the weekend, and a solid set of photographs to back it up.
A few wistful and philosophical words from a man whose life is whisky and whom we are honoured to have counted among our gaggle of eedjits who run Dramborees from time to time, Angus MacRaild – writing here for the … Continue reading
The crew over at The Whisky Lounge have long been friends, supporters, and participants in Dramboree, so it’s touching that in our final hurrah we’re eulogised in this tribute piece by Mr Billy Abbott: Dramboree Tribute.
Incredible scenes on the Dramboree website today… For the first time in its 6 year history, Dramboree is a 100% sell out! And all within a half hour of ticket sales opening, as well. We’re truly blown away by the … Continue reading
Monday at 1pm the bookings for Dramboree 2018 will open, providing people with a historic last chance to count themselves among the number of dedicated whisky fans who can say “I was there”. If you’re a whisky enthusiast in any … Continue reading
It’s true. 2018 is going to bring what we hope is the best Dramboree yet. We’ve worked really hard to put together some tastings and a tour which will be tremendously interesting, informative and fun for the whisky enthusiast. And … Continue reading
First-time attendee The Whisky Loving Pianist elected to avoid writing much about his time at Dramboree, and instead focus on writing notes for some of the wonderful whiskies he tried from off the table throughout the course of the event. … Continue reading
Forget Campbeltown, disregard Islay and don’t even think about bloody Dufftown: Rothes is the undisputed capital of Scotch Whisky distilling. Any of the four distilleries housed in Rothes – often referred to as ‘The Malt Whisky Capital of Scotland’ – would … Continue reading
The wait is over – everyone’s favourite whisky weekend is now open for booking… As you’ll no doubt know by now, your £230 booking fee will secure you travel to and from the event from Edinburgh, plus meals, accommodation, and … Continue reading