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The Islay Whisky Guide 2017

The Islay Whisky Guide 2017

Discover The Isle of Islay this summer. This Island is the southernmost island of the Inner Southern Hebrides of Scotland and can be found in Argyll and Bute.

The proper pronunciation for Islay is Eye-la, however, it is known to locals as the Queen of the Hebrides. This little island is an industrial marvel and has eight working whisky distilleries on the island.

There are a few reasons why tourists choose to visit this part of Scotland, the stunning scenery, mysterious wildlife and the lovely locals are just a small part of what it has to offer. If you not able to visit the town anytime soon, you can get a taste of this Island’s heritage through its bottles of rare Islay Whisky.

Luxury Skin Care Treatments: Chemical Peels Glasgow

Luxury Skin Care Treatments: Chemical Peels Glasgow

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What Lies Beneath: A Glimpse into Britain’s Mysterious Marine Life

What Lies Beneath: A Glimpse into Britain’s Mysterious Marine Life

The Great British Summer is fast-approaching, and soon our usually quiet seaside towns will be overflowing with pale flesh exposed to the sun’s harmful rays and cast away fish and chips wrappers. Growing up, one common experience of the seaside that unites us all is the fear of encountering a rogue jelly fish washed up on the shore. What may surprise readers is that our waters are in fact home to more exotic fish varieties than only the jellyfish. This article will reveal the subterranean species British sun-seekers should look out for this year.