What is now an annual tradition is the release of A Fine Christmas Malt from the awesome guys at The Whisky Exchange and this is the 2019 expression.
This Fine Christmas Malt from The Whisky Exchange from an unnamed Speyside distillery, that almost every man and his dog cold guess, is exactly as Christmasy as it should be.
the third Fine Christmas Malt i have had the pleasure of trying, this year a 19 year old blended malt.
A first fill sherry cask Aberlour exclusive to The Whisky Exchange, that just sounds like a great idea to me.
This 2000 vintage 14 year old Arran from cask #2000/1106 is exclusive to The Whisky Exchange. I'm a big fan of Arran drams which usually give them a mix of sweetness and something older, usually either tweed like or a bit dusty.
Today is Black Friday, the day after the Thanksgiving Celebrations in the USA, and it's known for massive queues in the shops with people falling over themselves to buy a TV that the shop are trying to punt as no-one was buying it, or old outdated tech that everyone thinks is a bargain, but up steps The Whisky Exchange to show people how it should be done.
I've not had much from the English Whisky Company, and what I've had has been hit or miss for me with some great and some poor, so I've gone into this with a bit of trepidation and a cup full of hope.
Another of the 2015 exclusive drams from The Whisky Exchange this English Whisky Company peated dram is the fourth form their range that I tried today.
A single cask Kilchoman bottled exclusively for The Whisky Exchange, this 4 year old dram really has me excited, I have big expectations for this dram.