R & B stands for Raasay and Borders; two unique and contrasting landscapes, and two sides of a family. In 1895 a young Richard Day walked into a licenced grocers at No 1 Duke Street in the Borders town of Coldstream to begin his first day as an office boy at J & A Davidson. In 1923 he took over his employer’s business having learnt the art of blending, and so began the family whisky tradition that lives on in R & B Distillers. In the pages of his cellar book Richard Day recorded all his acquired wisdom, and decades of whisky learning and lore.
R & B will be handcrafting their whiskies in distilleries to be built on the remote Hebridean Isle of Raasay and in the Scottish Borders.
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