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Have a look at some of our American Press!

Tasting Panel Magazine We have just launched all our products in the US and we are already starting to get some great press!

Spencerfield Spirit Christmas Cake

Check out the the fabulous Christmas cake recipe on Real Food Festivals website. I may seem a little old-fashioned in that I don’t use a mixer but make my cake in a big mixing bowl – most modern mixers aren’t big enough to accommodate the ingredients of a big Christmas cake anyway, and it’s Continue reading..

Alex at the International Whisky Festival

Sheep Dip Cut to 2 minutes 30 to see Alex and our whisky stall !


We are about to launch a brand new whisky and would like some assistance picking the product name. The winner will receive the first ever bottle we produce of this exclusive whisky Background of the Whisky: This whisky was distilled and blended in 1999 in Scotland, in 2002 it was then shipped to Sanchez Romate Continue reading..

Sheep Dip Whisky and the Phone Case…….

Here in the office at Spencerfield Spirit Company we are really excited about our recent delivery from Bertie Girl. She has sent us an outstanding collection of scrumptious mobile phone cases – made from the impossibly beautiful Harris Tweed.  Unique, quirky and totally original – the only way to describe these little beauties. We will Continue reading..


Happy Friday everyone! We are giving away 10 pairs of tickets to Living North – the Essence of Christmas at Gosforth Park Racecourse, Newcastle (3rd-6th November). To be in with a chance to get these great tickets please email with your full name and address. Its a simple as that! Love from the Spencerfield Continue reading..

Quick coffee break at Spencerfield!:) on Twitpic

Quick coffee break at Spencerfield!:) on Twitpic.

Orders and Weather Disruption

During this period of bad weather in the UK please be prepared for any orders to take a little longer to arrive.   If you have any queries please call Jane or Alex on:- 01383 412100.    

Edinburgh’s Port of Leith a Distilling History

The Port of Leith From the late 13th century until 1707 when it was overtaken by Glasgow, Leith was not only Edinburgh’s port it was the gateway to Scotland and Scotland’s busiest port. Indeed well into the twentieth century Leith ships traded with the Baltic, the Low Countries, France, America and the Mediterranean, carrying coal, Continue reading..

Thorner is really the centre of the universe!

Having provoked quite a lot of discussion re James Anderson being the Father of American whisky thought only best to follow that with another contentious remark statement…there are those who like to differ but as we know every statement is an observation from an individual perspective… A new friend of ours met on the Food Continue reading..