There are some bottles you wish were bottled at a slightly higher strength, this Highland Park 18 Year Old is one of them.
Another cracker from Bruichladdich, this time the Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2006 Dunlossit Farm.
It's not everyday you get to try what is basically moonshine, but you can if you own some Buffalo Trace White Dog Mash 1.
It was at the Whisky Fringe this year that i had the pleasure of trying the Dalmore Cigar Malt Reserve and an interesting experience it was too.
Bunnhabhain are one of my favourite distilleries ranking in my top 5 all time favourites.
I was really impressed with any of the previous Balblair vintages I'd tried so i was really looking forward to this one.
Another of the brilliant Scotch Malt Whisky Society Whiskies that was part of my membership pack.
Time for yet another Peat Monster, this time the whirlpool of a dram known as Ardbeg Corryvreckan.
I've tried this whisky a good number of times before including at the World Record Attempt at 4:30am and i was too tired to do notes.
The second of a couple of reviews of Bunnahabhain whiskies this evening with the Bunnahabhain 25 Year Old.
The first of a couple of reviews of Bunnahabhain whiskies this evening starts with the Brilliant 18 Year Old.
My first review for the website of a Tomatin Whisky and i have to go and pick a cracker for it.
Everytime i try another variation of the Three Ships or for that matter any James Sedgewick Distillery product i fall more and more for them.
Special - a word used a little too often in my opinion but this whisky is most definitely Special.
This Raspberry infused Gin i first tried at Whisky Fringe and subsequently purchased a bottle to try again.
This Elderflower infused Gin i first tried at Whisky Fringe and subsequently purchased a bottle to try again.
Sometimes you plan to taste whiskies, other times they just seem to work out.
Sometimes you get to sample something that is very special, at Whisky Fringe i managed to try the Whyte and Mackay 30 Year old and was blown away.
When i first heard about the new range from Wemyss Malts the one that jumped out at me was this one, the Lemon Sorbet.
Tonights blog posts feature a couple of Peated whiskies, next up is the phenomenal Ardbeg Alligator.