Visited their shop this week, but I must say I was disappointed. Nice historic house, no doubt, and their collection of whisky is quite unmatched, including some demolished/silent distilleries and others that are unlikely to be stocked elsewhere. However, their staff was a letdown: I asked for more information about two whiskies I was interested in buying but was not sure of, but in neither case could give more information than I could read on the bottle, nor offered a tasting. Although I understand those were "unusual" whiskies, I still expected more from a company of such reputation. They also could have some more souvenirs: I was hoping to find a whisky calendar or a clock. Sorry, but if this was the best G&M could offer for my effort to get to Elgin, then I could spend my time visiting a nearby distillery instead. I don't try to be harsh, but I can't give better than average rating.
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