The boys try their first Glen. The Glenlivet Founders Reserve is the second best selling single malt scotch on the market, so they had to check it out. Find out their thoughts on this, and of course we'll get the Whisky God's views. It's also the first Speyside whisky, which is a region within the Scottish highlands. Nick explains more in the show as they give their tasting notes and review.When this pod started, it was never anticipated that by week 13, we'd still be in lockdown, and the idea was always for it to be more of Dave and Nick, so in honour of that, there is no guest this week. Some weeks there will be guests, some weeks there won't, but they do have a couple of very interesting chats.Do you remember your first ever gig? If so, please get in touch.Dave talks about a songwriting project he's been involved with in association with the UK Americana Music Association and Hackney Council: https://www.lovehackney.uk/windrush-generations-festival#w1Next week, they stay in the Speyside region and try the Dalwhinnie 15 year old. Have you tried it? Get in touch.Whisky and Things:Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/whiskyandthingsMerch and info: http://www.whiskyandthings.comBe sure to find our playlist on Spotify: Whisky and Things - The PlaylistSocial media:https://www.facebook.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.twitter.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.instagram.com/whiskyandthingspodcastFor business enquiries: email@example.comNick Kent:https://www.facebook.com/nickkentmusichttps://www.twitter.com/nickkenthttps://www.instagram.com/mrnickkentDave Giles:https://www.facebook.com/davejgilesmusichttps://www.twitter.com/davejgileshttps://www.instagram.com/davejgilesSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/whisky-and-things. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.