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I’ve always had a bit of a thing for Tomatin, it’s a distillery that I really enjoy, it tends to sit on the lighter side with lots of fruits and vanilla, so a Moscatel wine cask finish sounds really interesting
Been a while since I reviewed a Scotch Malt Whisky Society bottling so dug through the outstanding sample boxes (yes there’s still hundreds of them from official samples and sample swaps like this one) and found this little beauty.
The Isle of Raasay distillery began distilling in 2017 and until whisky is released in 2020 they will have some whisky from other distilleries available which is selected by the team at Raasay and Borders and finished by them.
I’m a big fan of the Carn Mor Celebration of the Cask series, lots of great casks packed full of flavour and bottled at the right time.
Glenlivet is many peoples first dram, and from memory the 2016 best selling single malt whisky in the world, taking over from Glenfiddich for the first time, and it deserves the accolades it gets.
A really interesting Medium cider made from Italian pressed apples and lightly sparkling, and in a cracking bottle that looks more wine than cider.
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The awesome whisky magicians at AD Rattray have been doing some experimentation with some casks of Arran, Pulteney and Bunnahabhain, keeping some it as is, and then splitting the rest over four 50 litre octaves made especially for AD Rattray from casks that previously held PX Sherry, Oloroso Sherry, Rioja Wine and Rum.
This weeks Now in Stores seems to have been a quiet week with only 98 new items in the listing from 3 online retailers.
Anyone who knows anything about Douglas Laing and Co knows their roots stem back to the purchase of the King of Scots blend and that blending whisky was the main purpose of the business until fairly recently.