Little People, Big World

Little People, Big World

Little People, Big World

US TV series “Little People, Big World” were in the Whiski bar on Friday 10th July 2009, filming the stars of the show, twins Zach & Jeremy in the WHISKI bar trying the Haggis.

Little People, Big World is a reality TV show aired in the US on the Discovery channel that follows the Roloff family where twins Zach and Jeremy are unusual in that one twin Jeremy is normal sized and his brother Zach is a little person just under 4ft tall.

At the WHISKI bar, we dont just serve any old Haggis – no, it has to be the ultimate MacSweens Haggis – a true award winner and we promise you will taste the difference!

Zach and Jeremy certainly enjoyed their visit to WHISKI  and were a pleasure to have – we hope they enjoy the rest of their time in Scotland and look forward to seeing the episode.

More information on Little People, Big World here:
http://tlc.discovery.com/fansites/lpbw/lpbw.html

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One Response

  1. I dont know this series but if Im a barman in the Whiski Bar,I use this opportunity to show to the world by their series some single malts from Scotland.The base situation is their differents but their connections too.So I recommend to them a dram from Edradour or from Kilchoman because this is the smallest distilleries.But because they has a tall person and this different is the edge of their stories I recommend in same time a dram from the biggest distillery,maybe a Glenfiddich.Or I show an other pair of the different poles,the most northern and the most southern distillery(Highland Park-Bladnoch).But because they in one family too,I show some malts what is “brothers” but differents.Maybe a Glenkinchie-Lagavulin duo.Our the real scottish family ownership distilleries,like Glenfarclas 10 years-105 ask strength.Or the oldest and the newest distilleries products..The list of my ideas and the opportunities in this visit endless..Of course this is just ideas because I dont know they are over 18 or not.And Im just a foreign bartender in the Highland who is to small for Edinburgh:))

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