I have to admit to having not partaken in enough from Linkwood Distillery to know a massive amount about it other than i've liked all the ones i've tried,
There is one distillery that many people have as their holy grail of currently still producing distilleries and that is the Campbeltown distillery of Springbank.
Back in January, the 10th of January to be precise, I was in Edinburgh with my gorgeous wife and we stopped off at the Cadenheads shop for a look.
When this dram was announced back in April it was one that I really fancied trying as Littlemill's are becoming rarer
I've been playing catch up with my whisky samples and drinking bottles for a while now and finally managed to catch up on this Glenlivet Founder's Reserve.
I've been playing catch up with my whisky samples and drinking bottles for a while now and finally managed to catch up on this Tomatin Cask Strength Batch 1 .
If i was pushed i'd always say i preferred Malt whisky to Grain whisky and ex Bourbon to Ex Sherry but this dram has changed that for me.
I've been playing catch up with my whisky samples and drinking bottles for a while now and finally managed to catch up on this Cù Bòcan Virgin Oak from Tomatin.
Now lets get this straight and out there right from the get go, I'm a huge fan of the standard bottling of Douglas Laing's Speyside Blended Malt Scallywag,
I was lucky enough to have been invited along with my friends at EH10 Whisky Society (@EH10Whisky) to Robert Graham's (@WhiskyCanongate) Canongate store for an intimate tasting of some of their recent
This The Scotch Malt Whisky Society 14.3 dates back to before the bottles were given interesting names and tasting notes on the bottles, having been distilled in 1979 and bottled in 1996.