Country Life August 22 2018 takes us whisky tasting, explores the question of grouse shooting licensing and delves into the world of Highland chiefs and their clans.
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ARCHITECTURE: Jeremy Musson examines the 19th century improvements made to Bowhill, an early 18th century Scottish seat of power.
I’M WITH THE CLAN: Eleanor Doughty explores a fixture of the Scottish countryside: the Highland clan chief.
PROPERTY: Highland gems and romantic estates. Penny Churchill reports.
FAVOURITE PAINTING: Evelyn Glennie chooses a beautiful landscape by Stanley Cursiter RSA, CBE.
LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The wool spinner.
THE GREAT GROUSE CONUNDRUM: To license or not to license? Joe Gibbs reports.
GARDENS: A Scottish beauty at Kinross House.
ART: Nick Trend discovers the influence that Rembrandt had on British artistic tastes.
RECIPES: Melanie Johnson gives us sweetcorn three ways.
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