Glen Scotia is one of those distilleries where i really quite like the character of and yet i'm guilty of not trying or buying as much of it as i would normally.
This dram was part of the Murray McDavid tweet tasting a while back, I unfortunately missed the tasting and have caught up since.
For my first review I was unsure where to begin but as events unfolded last week it soon became obvious where to start
This single cask distillery exclusive peated malt was distilled in 2002, 410 bottles at 45% ABV were bottled from the cask.
The Campbeltown Festival, a celebration of the distilleries in the Campbeltown region, happens every may and Glen Scotia have taken to annually releasing an interesting bottling for it each year.
This Glen Scotia 21 Year Old, Old Particular was tasted back in April 2014 on a visit to Douglas Laing HQ in Glasgow.
Day 7 of the Whisky Advent Calendar is this Glen Scotia Double Cask.
This Scotch Malt Whisky Society 93.38 - Stirs the Atavistic Soul was one that Yoav yoavgel, Chris, Erik ) and I selected as part of the #SocietyShare
From March's Scotch Malt Whisky Society outturn this is 93.57 Yo-ho-ho and a Bottle of This
This 93.58 - A manly adventure was tasted at the beginning of the month when I went along to the Scotch Malt Whisky Society's clans and drams opening feast at the vaults in Edinburgh with my good frie
Another The Scotch Malt Whisky Society dram this time the 93.61 CalMac Welder's Tea Break which was part of a bottle share offered by the awesome Barry (@TheWhiskyphiles) from The Whiskyphiles blog.
This Wemyss Malts Salted Caramels is from the July 2013 range of new single malt whiskies released by Wemyss Malts.