While I find it hard to call Caol Ila underrated, it is the most apt description I can come up with right now. The standard Caol Ila 12 Years Old for example, is an excellent entry level whisky. Read More
Old Bunnahabhain… Who doesn’t like that? I mean, come on. Right? Read More
Glendronach is of course known for their sherried whiskies, but every once in a while you encounter something different from this Highland distillery. Read More
The Speyside Region 1977 38 Years Old from Whisky-Fässle is a cracker of an old sherried whisky. Read More
How about Ledaig? This heavily peated whisky produced at Tobermory distillery is gaining a lot of popularity, especially these young-ish sherry matured expressions. Read More
Young Caol Ila seems to be all the rage right now. Or is it because older stuff is hard to get for (small) independen bottlers? Read More
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