BOWMORE CELEBRATES THE PAST 50 YEARS BY LAUNCHING 1961 RELEASE

Bowmore, Islay’s first Single Malt Scotch Whisky, is launching its latest expression – the Bowmore 50 Year Old - as part of an exquisite and extremely limited range which has included other releases such as the 1957 and ‘Eclipse’.

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Pine fired mussels with spear leaf orache

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This dramatic method for cooking mussels must be as old as the hills. It imparts a fantastic flavour to this forageable shellfish. I've combined them with a delicate seashore vegetable - spear leaf orache, which is similar to spinach.

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Wood roasted lobster and scallops with wild sorrel sauce

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This is one of the best ways to enjoy fresh seafood. Cooking the lobster over the fierce heat of an open fire gives it a fantastic flavour. Of course, all this can be done in your kitchen at home but it's much more fun on the beach, particularly if you have spent the afternoon foraging for the ingredients!

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A Bowmore Adventure at Sea

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A Bowmore Adventure at Sea

Bowmore has always had an intrinsic link with the Ocean, from the Atlantic waves that batter the rugged coastland of our island home of Islay, to the sea-salt tang of our legendary Single Malt.

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A Walk Back In Time

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by Colin Prior
A Walk Back In Time

Many years ago, I remember reading about An Teallach in a Munro handbook that its name in Gaelic means 'the forge'. Ancient people in the area apparently likened its colour at sunrise to that of a blacksmith forge. My assumption was that this information was largely anecdotal and that it was the author's attempt to introduce a little romanticism to an otherwise factual account, however I was mistaken.

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