The middle dram on this Gordon and MacPhail Rare Vintages Tweet Tasting from The Whisky Wire was this 1966 Glen Grant.
First up on the Gordon and MacPhail Rare Vintages Tweet Tasting from The Whisky Wire was the youngest of the drams, this 1985 Balblair.
Way back in March when this dram was announced i was really excited, as Douglas Lain really do produce some damn great drams, but i somehow managed to refrain from tying this until very recently.
Many thanks to JJ from Whisky Rover who gave me a very generous sample of this cracking blended whisky.
There are very few companies out there that could bottle a Blended Malt, admit that the age statement on it is 3 years old, and actually call it that, and then charge over £180 for it! but then this is no ordinary 3 year old blended malt and Compass Box are no ordinary whisky company.
When this sample arrived i thought yum instantly and wanted to get through it quickly but i've just realised it managed to slip through the pile of samples and has now sold out.
I know it's not the summer but i'm still drinking Cider, and this is yet another Supermarket find that i've picked up to try.
I don't know how this is possible but it would seem that i've never reviewed a Glenglassaugh dram bottled directly by the distillery before. Crazy i know and came as a real surprise to me when i typed up this review.
An Indian single malt whisky, an expression that many will still be taken back on, but having spent time with Amrut and Paul John whiskies it comes as no surprise to those who have had a number of Indian whiskies in the past.
Released a short while back in May, the Glenturret Fly's 16 masters edition is named so after a photograph was discovered featuring Fly, the distillery managers dog, and the 16 men who worked at the distillery at the time.
A month or two Back I was lucky enough to win a competition on twitter to spend the day at Birmingham Whisky Festival, followed by an afterparty and night away, courtesy of Murray McDavid
Another dram from the awesome Gordon and MacPhail Wood Makes the Whisky Campaign, this is the Glenallachie 1999 Connoisseurs Choice bottling.
When i drink beer, which isn't often, i drink IPA, so when i was offered a sample of a Hopped Cider, i certainly couldn't say no.
When a distillery that closed and reopened finally releases a new whisky there's always a bit of intrepidation and excitement, and both are here for Tamnavulin which reopened in 2007 after a 12 year sleep.
Many thanks to JJ at Whisky Rover who kindly shared a generous sample of this smoky monster from his bottle.
A very interesting Rosebank that i just couldn't walk past at all. I bought a dram of this in the brilliant Usquabae Bar in Edinburghs West End.
This Scotch Malt Whisky Society 42.29 Marvellous maritime margaritas was tasted as part of the first Whisky Roundtable event.
This Scotch Malt Whisky Society 72.49 Totally scrummy was tasted as part of the first Whisky Roundtable event.
This Scotch Malt Whisky Society 37.81 Orange Turmeric Margarita was tasted as part of the first Whisky Roundtable event.
A very old grain whisky from a distillery that closed in 1983, would i like to try it... errrr yes please.