Another cracker of a dram this Scotch Malt Whisky Society 7.83 Fresh, airy and sherbety is sweet fruity and spicy and acidic enough to please any palate.
Nothing beats having a lovely rare bottle and this is certainly one its a Cameronbridge 19 year old single cask grain whisky bottled by Cadenheads and this was a 20cl cask end from it.
Anyone who knows me knows that I love Port finished and matured whiskies so this Glendronach 18 Year Old Tawny Port Finish was always going to be one that i would be drawn to.
Time for yet another fabulous Wemyss Malts dram this time with the seriously lovely Melon Vine, a 1988 vintage dram from the Aberfeldy distillery.
Another really interesting No age statement dram from Highland Park showing that it is possible to create some lovely rounded drams that dont have to have the youthfulness of others.
Time for another gin review, this time the wonderfully buttery Sipsmith London Dry Gin.
Time for yet another fabulous Wemyss Malts dram this time with the wonderfully named Lemon Cheesecake, a 1988 vintage dram from the Invergordon grain distillery.
Part of the Scottish Barley series from Bruichladdich this Bruichladdich Scottish Barley - The Classic Laddie is a no age statement cracker.
This is a cracking little dram, a Speyburn 7 Year Old Provenance bottling from Douglas Laing that rocks out with loads of honey, christmas cake and fruity notes.
Tasted as part of the #OSAWhisky Tweet Tasting organised by Steve Rush (@thewhiskywire) from The Whisky Wire.