Monday, 21 August 2017
Yeah that's right. There was another fake scotch in HIMYM and this one is even rarererer. The clip above is from season 7 episode 24 entitled "The Stinson Missle Crisis" and features Robin (Cobie Smulders) drinking the mystery malt known as The Stafford Twin Wood. This bottle has shown up in both Californication and Ray Donovan.
You were probably hoping for another Glen McKenna, but until someone tells us which episode it appeared in, we'll all just have to wait and hope and pray that it pops up eventually. Either that or we could carry on with our lives because finding whisky appearances in movies and TV shows isn't really important in the big picture. What with everything going on in the world and whatnot and so on and so forth.
Tuesday, 15 August 2017
Now here's one you didn't see coming. Just when you thought there were no more scotch sightings from this series, we come back and slam you across the face with this bad boy. All of the previous appearances from How I met your Mother have featured the fake scotch known as Glen McKenna, which makes this sighting even more special. Believe it or not, this clip from season 5 episode 21 entitled Twin Beds contains an extremely rare sighting of Clyburn 25. Clyburn is yet another fake scotch which has only been featured a few times in the over 6 year history of Scotch Cinema.
Clyburn 15 in "The Dark Knight"
Clyburn (And Other Scotches) in "Rock of Ages"
Clyburn in "The Place Beyond the Pines
The Glen McKenna sightings from HIMYM are the most popular posts on this site. Even though there haven't been any for years, they still manage to drive lots of traffic. Who knows? Perhaps there will be another one soon. Like really soon.
Wednesday, 5 July 2017
Let me guess, you just watched season 2 episode 16 of Quantico and promptly Googled "Oliver Samuel" in an attempt to figure out what the hell Priyanka Chopra and Blair Underwood were drinking. Don't worry. You're not alone. Nearly a million people have found themselves on this site at one time or another for the exact same reason. Welcome to Scotch Cinema. The internet's clunky, anachronistic, barely-functioning, sporadically-updated website dedicated to whisk(e)y appearances on the big and small screen.
The Oliver Samuel bottle is a fake. Just like the countless other bourbon, rye, and scotch brands which have been featured throughout the years. There were also some Oliver Samuel appearances in episodes of Blue Bloods and Person of Interest.