Sheppys Somerset Draught Cider
Another Sheppys variant this time from my local off licence, Ellies Cellar, is this Sheppys Somerset Draught Cider.
Kraken Black Spiced Rum
As you may have seen on here I've recently been trying a lot of different spirits to broaden my knowledge and taste profile.
Thatchers Old Rascal
Another Thatchers cider this time the Thatchers Old Rascal cider picked up in the local supermarket.
This is a single malt from an unnamed distillery, so similar to the Port Askaig or Cask Islay bottlings.
Gwatkin Yarlington Mill Cider
Thanks to my good friend Andy (@andysinc41) for the pint sample of this Gwatkin Yarlington Mill Cider.
Glen Grant 1954 (Gordon and MacPhail)
This dram, distilled in 1954 and bottled a whopping 51 years later in 2006, is a fine example of the Wood Makes The Whisky campaign that Gordon and MacPhail are currently promoting.
Sheppys Dabinett Single Variety Cider
Another Single Variety Cider from Sheppys, this time Dabinett, and another Dobbies purchase also.
Caol Ila 25yr 1989 XOP (Douglas Laing)
Old Caol Ila as a way of celebrating the drams dramming and adding the final touch to a fabulous tasting, well yes please would always be the answer,
The Lost Distilleries Blend Batch 6
This is the 19th Day of the whisky advent calendar with this The Lost Distilleries Blend Batch 6, I've previously tried The Lost Distilleries Blend Batch 4 so this excites me.
Day 17 of the whisky advent calendar was this Mackmyra Brukswhisky the first time I've reviewed a dram from this Swedish distillery on the blog.
Sheppys Kingston Black Single Variety Cider
Another Sheppys cider this Kingston Black is a Single Variety Cider with all produced using Kingston Black Apples picked up in my local Dobbies Garden Centre.
Springbank 21yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing)
There's always the occasional dram that really jumps out and surprises you and this was one of them, a fabulous single cask bottling of 21 year old Springbank at Cask Strength.
Gwynt Y Ddraig Haymaker
Unlike a lot of my whisky drinking friends, when i'm out i tend not to look at Ales and Beers, which i can and do also drink, but i've had for the last 5 or 6 years a great appreciated of Cider, whether thats fruity Swedish ones (are they really cider) or proper ciders from the south coast of the UK.
Port Dundas 36yr XOP (Douglas Laing)
I've had some younger 21 year old Port Dundas in the past and our first dram of the day, after a lovely cocktail, was actually a 27 year old Port Dundas, but this 36 year old one i wrote notes for.
Sheppys Mulled Cider
Many thanks to my very good whisky friend Steve (@steveprentice) from the Somerset Whisky Blog for this bottle of Sheppys Mulled Cider.
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