— title: “The Quaich” date: 2021-08-21T12:06:49+01:00 type: single draft: true feature: /scotland description: . Traditionally, whisky in Scotland is drunk from a quaich (pronounced like ‘kwäich’). It is a flat drinking bowl with two handles. The term ‘Quaich’ is derived from the Gaelic word ‘cuach’, which means something like ‘cup’. At first it was mainly found in the Highlands and it was not until the late 17th century that it found its way into the larger cities of Scotland.
— title: “Whisky regions of Scotland” date: 2021-08-16T12:06:49+01:00 type: single draft: true feature: /scotland description: . When it comes to whisky, Scotland immediately springs to mind, even to the uninitiated. Indeed, Scotland is famous for its whisky. The Scots are still arguing with the Irish about who invented the whisky. Both have good and understandable arguments, which you are welcome to read in our posts on the history of Scottish whisky and the history of Irish whisky .