Cutty Sark 12 Year Old
I tasted this Cutty Sark 12 Year Old whilst at the Morning Masterclass at The Scotch Whisky Experience in March 2016.
Wolfburn Release Single Malt Scotch Whisky
In 2011 the founders of Wolfburn Single Malt Whisky travelled to Thurso in Caithness, the most northerly town on the British mainland, in search of the old Wolfburn distillery. After 150 years of neglect, what they found of what was once one of the largest whisky producers in the county was a pile of old stones. The only thing that remained was the flow of water that once fed the mash tun and stills all those years ago. The team were convinced that if the water was still there, then the whisky could be too.
Glen Scotia 15 Year Old
Glen Scotia is one of those distilleries where i really quite like the character of and yet i'm guilty of not trying or buying as much of it as i would normally.
Another cider this time a Stowford Press which i tried in the Bow Bar, which still holds the title as the first Edinburgh pub i ever drank in bank in 1992.
Teeling Launch Single Barrel Series for St Patricks Day
The Teeling Whiskey Company, Ireland’s leading independent Irish whiskey producer, has released an exclusive Single Barrel bottling programme just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. This series involves 12 individual casks of Irish Single Malt whiskey hand bottled for some of the top American on and off premises accounts on both the East and West Coast of the U.S.
Gwynt Y Ddraig Black Dragon
Another cider this time a Black Dragon from the guys and gals at Gwynt Y Ddraig in Wales.
Inchgower 14yr Flora and Fauna
Inchgower is one of those distilleries that i've not had much experience of, my only other review being a single cask from Wemyss Malts called Pears and Almonds, so i was excited to try this flora and fauna bottling.
Arran Circle Cask 42
Thanks to Andy (@andysinc41) for the sample of this Arran circle single cask bottling from cask number 42 bottled 17 October 2007 bottle number 359 of 381.
Strathearn Distillery Launches The First Whisky Club
2016 is a busy year for Strathearn Distillery, probably Scotland’s smallest, and the pioneer of small scale whisky distilling in Scotland, as it prepares to release its first ever Scotch and expand its product range.
Buffalo Trace Release Col EH Taylor Jr Seasoned Wood Bourbon
Buffalo Trace Distillery continues its homage to former Distillery owner Colonel E. H. Taylor, Jr. with a special release bourbon whiskey aged in seasoned wood oak barrels. This 100 proof, Bottled-In-Bond, small batch wheat recipe bourbon was aged well over a decade and is a special one-time-only release.
Redbreast All Sherry Single Cask
This recently released and exclusive to The Whisky Exchange single cask sherry cask Redbreast Irish Whiskey really is one I was interested in trying so really happy when this sample arrived.
Thatchers Heritage Traditional Somerset Cider
I've seen this 3l bag in a box Thatchers Heritage in the local ASDA quite a few times recently so decided to give it a try.
Wemyss Malts Marmalade Appeal
So I've said before, a number of times, that ex bourbon or American oak tends to be my preference and especially with Glenrothes so I'm a little apprehensive at this but also trust the guys and gals at Wemyss Malts who I tend to trust with their cask selection.
Wemyss Malts Buttered Tealoaf
Glenrothes is one of those distilleries where I generally prefer ex bourbon or American oak matured so I'm really keen to be trying this 1997-2014 dram matured in a hogshead.
Smiths Glenlivet 1974 Rare Vintage (Gordon and MacPhail)
Yet another for me to try from the Gordon and MacPhail Wood Makes the Whisky campaign is this 1974 Vintage Glenlivet which is a seriously exciting thought trying a dram distilled a year before my birth.
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