Tasted as part of a Tweet Tasting organised by Steve Rush (@thewhiskywire) of The Whisky Wire in conjunction with Arkwrights and all the whiskies tasted were grain whiskies.
'That Boutique-y Whisky Company' bottles Scotch Single Malt Whiskies from a variety of renowned distilleries in limited batches.
A 50 year old Invergordon Single Cask from Douglas Laings XOP range, well yes please would be the sensible answer from anyone, me included.
I was lucky enough to have been invited along with my friends at EH10 Whisky Society (@EH10Whisky) to Robert Graham's (@WhiskyCanongate) Canongate store for an intimate tasting of some of their recent
So the That Boutiquey Whisky Company drams now all have age statements so let's start by giving this Invergordon 42 year a whirl.
I've had the pleasure of a number of drams of invergordon from That Boutique-y Whisky Company and they have always been good, old grain generally is, and i'm really looking forward to sipping on this one.
This is the 24th and final Day of the whisky advent calendar with this Invergordon 50yr 1964 XOP (Douglas Laing)
Yet another Tweet Tasting hosted by The Whisky Wire (@TheWhiskyWire) this time of the utterly fantastic Scotch Malt Whisky Society bottlings.
I always love seeing awesome new names on drams and this Wemyss Malts Caribbean Creme is no different.
Time for yet another fabulous Wemyss Malts dram this time with the wonderfully named Lemon Cheesecake, a 1988 vintage dram from the Invergordon grain distillery.