A WHISKY-making technique last used by "moonshiners" in the
Highlandstwo centuries ago is to be revived at one of 's leading distilleries. Scotland
"This whole area was infamous for the amount of illegal whisky being produced and, because of the remoteness of the area, it was always very difficult for the Customs and Excise people to come in and find where it was being made.
"And that meant the locals had time to make the best stuff and they gained a reputation for the flavour and the quality of whisky they were producing."
On one hand its single malt scotch, on the other its moonshine. The real question is “Will the Bloggerblaster drink it”? Only a future ATF will tell.