Third of the four new wood finishes from Glenglassaugh Distillery, this is the Peated Port wood, pretty self explanitory.
My good friend Barry from The Whisky Philes recently took part in a tweet tasting of Glen Moray drams with The Whisky Wire and shared some of the generous samples from these single cask expressions with me.
The Benriach batch 14 single casks, released a short while back, had been snapped up in many specialists even before hitting the shelves and my day job had me pretty busy so it's taken some time to get through to this one.
Today I’m getting back to basics and delving into some Dalmore 12 year old.
I've been looking at Blended Scotch quite closely recently and there are a number of other reviews to come in the next few weeks, this Dewars 12 year old - the ancestor is todays.
A 25 year old Blended Scotch is always going to be something i'm going to be happy to give a try of, and this Dewar's 25 Year Old is no different.
I've reviewed a number of Remarkable Regional Malts on this site over the last 6 years but this one was one that really did excite me, its not often an interesting affordable dram from Campbeltown is released.
I've been working my way through a number of Blends recently, not quite part of the Back to Basics campaign but it certainly is a way of getting more perspective as some of these blends are truly delicious.
When this dram was first released it was only available in Global Travel Retail, but has since been released onto the general market also.
The standard Timorous Beastie is a seriously drinkable dram, so this 10 year Old expression is one that I was really excited to see.
This is my first time sampling the Grandeur, which i've heard a lot of people rave about over the years.
I've never been afraid to try, or talk about Blended Scotch and this James Eadies Trade Mark X Blended Scotch Whisky is no different, although it is very unique.
Black a Gold is the best of the best from the Carn Mor Celebration of the Cask series from Morrison and Mackay and with a Macallan that’s 25/26 years old and single cask you know why it’s in this series.
Second of four new wood finishes from Glenglassaugh Distillery, this second one finished in Port wood.
A 30 year old Peated Benriach, now that sounds like a dram i'm going to absolutely love.
The first of four new wood finishes from Glenglassaugh Distillery, this first one finished in Pedro Ximenez Sherry wood.
I've not had the most brilliant experiences with French whisky in the past so when Barry from The Whiskyphiles handed me a sample of this i was a little Sceptical.
Another from a set of reviews of Benriach batch 14 single casks, released a short while back they had been snapped up in many specialists even before hitting the shelves.
Just before Christmas I was very lucky to receive two samples of ome amazing Japanese whisky from the friendly folks at Dekanta, this is the second of those.
Just before Christmas I was very lucky to receive two samples of ome amazing Japanese whisky from the friendly folks at Dekanta, this is the first of those.