We’ve been getting some very good reviews of late, (and very grateful for them we are.) The latest, in the illustrious organ that is Whisky Magazine no less. In issue 64, an article entitled ‘Sheep Dip Returns’ Editor Ian Buxton describes us as a whisky that ‘stands out from the flock.’Read more here.
Monthly Archives: June 2007
Ah 2007, the Summer of Love. Well it is if you love Sheep Dip & Pigs Nose, because we’ll be travelling all over the country to some of the UK’s top Agricultural Shows and Game Fairs spreading the spirit Spencerfield. And of course, allowing everyone we meet the opportunity to sample our illustrious flagship brands. Continue reading..
Admiral, our New Jersey based US Importer & distributor has got a lovely write up on Sheep Dip & Pigs Nose on their web site. You can read more here.
Eric Felten, the venerable Wall Street Journal’s reporter of the booze and bars beat, rang Alex recently to get his view on the Vatted/Blended stromash. And a very nice chat it was too, with Alex providing Eric with his take on the issue. Unfortunately, (because Eric only had old product), Alex’s insights and qoutes didn’t make Continue reading..
We often get letters from fans of Sheep Dip and Pigs Nose here at Spencerfield House, and this one, from some friends in Ireland, was typical of our post bag: It says what many of them say that there are little pockets of enthusiasts who get together regularly for a laugh and a gargle with Continue reading..
Here’s an interesting export story from today’s Scotsman. One of the country’s most admired master-distillers has upped sticks and moved south to oversee the creation of a new distillery. Mr Henderson said: “I must admit I took up the invitation to come south with some trepidation. But I was completely intrigued by what they are Continue reading..
This is the very first post on the new Spencerfield Spirit blog. Hopefully as you read the posts we put up here, you’ll discover all about Sheep Dip and Pigs Nose, our beloved whisky brands. You see the trials and tribulations of being a small, family run business, within the giant Scottish drinks industry, the Continue reading..