I managed to miss this dram but luckily my good friend Steve (@steveprentice) from Somerset Whisky Blog had a bottle and sent me a dram of it.
I loved this dram so much when it came out that i bought 2 bottles and still have around 1/2 a bottle left.
This Port Charlotte Islay Barley, is the most recent release from the Port Charlotte stable and is a pleasure to drink.
This Port Charlotte Scottish Barley, which i happen to now have an unopened bottle of, is a cracking dram that i'm glad my very good friend Yoav (@yoavgel) of Whisky Gospel sent me to sample.
This Elements of Islay PL2 sample was courtesy of fellow blogger Chris Miles (@chrismiles303) of the Still Dramming Blog.
This The Scotch Malt Whisky Society 127.33 Mouth-numbing mountaineering dram was the first The Scotch Malt Whisky Society that i helped my good friend Matt Veira (@mattveira)
Big Peat from Douglas Laing is a really well known Islay blended malt which has now been releasing an annual Christmas Limited run for a few years and this is the 2014 version.
Executive Decision is the non UK version of Douglas Laing's Directors Cut branding with the liquid split between the two brands.
A Laphroaig 15 year old cask sample from Douglas Laing now that just sounds like heaven to me.
A fabulous Miltonduff 18 year old cask sample from Douglas Laing you can't really go wrong with that can you.
A 22 year old Jura from Douglas Laing's Old Particular range was always going to grab my attention and it really fought it out with the Mystery Single Grain for my favourite dram of the day.
This Mystery Single Grain from Douglas Laing is likely to end up in the Clan Denny rangeand i'm desperate to know when it will be available as I want a bottle now.
This fabulous Linkwood 17 Year Old from Douglas Laing's Old Particular range, tasted at a visit to their Glasgow headquarters, was just all fruit and sweetness.
I've never been tottaly sure on the sherried Own bottlings from Dalmore but this 17 year old ex bourbon from Douglas Laing's Old Particular range, tasted at a visit to their Glasgow headquarters, real
I always enjoy a good grain and this 20year old Girvan from Douglas Laing's Clan Denny range, tasted at a visit to their Glasgow headquarters, was right up my street.
This Dailuaine 7 year old from Douglas Laing's Single Minded range was tasted as the first dram of the day at a visit to their Glasgow headquarters.
Another from The Scotch Malt Whisky Society whisky for a year selection from this year as October's bottle was this 59.50 Comfortable in the Chesterfield
This The Scotch Malt Whisky Society 25.69 Fresh Faced and Fabulous unfortunatly sold out before i managed to purchase a bottle, but with only 35 bottles available from this cask that is no surprise.
This The Scotch Malt Whisky Society dram of 25.61 Lemon and Vanilla Delicacy I am able to sample as it was sent to me by the #whiskyfabric Queen herself Johanne McInnes
This The Scotch Malt Whisky Society dram was on the bar at Queen Street and i really fancied something interesting, and with this being another of those "designer casks" i really had to try 35.83 Fire