Today Callum has managed to pull himself away from American whiskey and sip on some good old-fashioned Scotch.
I've spoken about FEW before so I'm not going to dive into the brand its self too much.
Back on the American Whiskey today with an absolute banger. Longbranch, the latest addition to the Wild Turkey range.
Today I’m getting back to basics and delving into some Dalmore 12 year old.
Today I've been helping Tom with his back to the basics campaign , by drinking Hazelburn 10yr (tough job).
Presenting Smokey Monkey! Currently bar trade only and is only at a select few bars 30 in London, 10 across the rest of the UK and some in France (don’t know the exact numbers for France).
'Phenomenology: The Philosophical study of the Structures of experience and consciousness' Epic Name.
This is Compass Box's 'Peatiest Dram Yet' (Damn Right) this Whisky is an absolute beast, 75.5% of this liquid is from Ardbeg (one of my personal favourites) and it really comes through.
I'm a big fan of Ardbeg distillery, Ardbeg 10 year was the first 'heavily' peated whisky I had tried many moons ago (well I thought it was the smokiest thing I had ever tasted at that point) so Ardbeg holds a special place in my heart.
We use Woodford Reserve Straight Rye as our house pour rye for the last year or so, it’s got a decent back bone and stands up in classic rye based cocktails, but I have never got really into it in depth straight up as I always use it for mixing, so this should be interesting.
As a brand Few are extremely trendy, with cool branding and a great backstory.
Bulleit predicted the rye boom before I had even properly got into whisky
This is going to be my first experience with Michters.
I was lucky enough to try Jack Daniels single barrel Rye for the first time a few months ago, it's the first new mash recipe since 1866 (Mind Blown!), I was quite surprised to hear that Jack Daniels was getting involved in the rye boom!
Today I have been Imbibing on the August-2017 release of Springbank 12yr Cask Strength (a mere 56.5%), Springbank is the oldest independent distillery in Scotland dating back to 1828