Tonights blog posts feature a couple of Peated whiskies, this first one being Arran Machrie Moor Batch 1, courtesy of a sample from David from Glenuntitled.com
A wee visit to the Scotch Malt Whisky Society members rooms at Queen Street on the way to the Whisky Fringe today
Yet another sample from the collection i received from David from Glenuntitled, this time a 21 Year Old North British bottled by Robbie Douglas.
Another recent sample swap this time with Marc Pendlebury from WhiskyBrother has enabled me to sample some more Three Ships South African whisky.
A recent sample swap with David from Glenuntitled resulted in some very interesting whiskies to try including this single cask rum finish Arran.
I picked up this bottle of Auchentoshan Valinch 2012 at the Auchentoshan Festival when i was there a little while back.
After winning a Bruichladdich Proof Plate earlier in the year i was desperate to get a bottle of the whisky for the plate so i did and so here is the review of the Bruichladdich Renaissance.
I have lots of ways in which i pick which whiskies to buy, some just for the brand and others as it sounds interesting, I bought this bottle of Port Charlotte An Turas Mor after a recommendation by Ra
So it turns out that Speed tasting is actually quite good fun, read more here, and this was the only one i hadn't previously reviewed.
This sample of the Isle of Jura 21 Year Old (200th Anniversary) bottling for the tweet tasting is utterly stunning.
Isle of Jura 10 Year Old (Origin) version an updated version of the 10 year old i tried previously.
Next in line from Grant's Blended Scotch Whisky range is the one i was most lookoing forward to, the Grant's Sherry Cask Reserve .
Next in line from Grant's Blended Scotch Whisky range is the Grant's Ale Cask Reserve.
Grant's Blended Scotch Whisky
As this site only generally records either those whiskies I kept notes from or ones i've tasted since January 2012 so I thought it was time I went back and done some of the classics.
This is the second of a couple of reviews of Balblair Whisky after taking part in a Tweet Tasting organised by Alembic Comms who are doing a grand job promoting both Whisky and Beer in Scotland.
This is the first of a couple of reviews of Balblair Whisky after taking part in a Tweet Tasting organised by Alembic Comms who are doing a grand job promoting both Whisky and Beer in Scotland.
I'd seen a lot of good things said about the Hive 12 Year Old from Wemyss Malts from other bloggers and the awards in recent editions of the Whisky Magazine so I had to try it.
There are always some whiskies that you just have to try, Talisker 10 Year Old is one of them in fact it should be a staple in every whisky drinkers cupboard.
I've not been doing this blogging malarky for long but i've already made some very good friends from my time doing it and spending time talking about whisky on Twitter.