Marketed as the smokiest Talisker ever, the Dark Storm matured in heavily charred oak casks. Read More
It’s no secret that the Glenfarclas 40 Year Old is an all-time favourite over here at Words of Whisky. Let’s see how its younger sibling fares, the Glenfarclas 25 Years Old. Read More
Today I’ll pitch two batches of The Balvenie Tun 1401 against each other, batch 5 and batch 8. These are quite legendary already, am I right? Read More
A fancy name? Check. A finish? Check. No age statement? Check. Must be Glenmorangie then. Read More
The release of the Ardbeg An Oa represents the first addition to Ardbeg’s core range since 2009. Now that’s enough to even get someone like me, an Ardbeg skeptic, excited. Read More
If you ask me, I’d say that Bunnahabhain has an excellent core range. You only have to look at their 18 year old, which is top notch. The top dog however, should be the Bunnahabhain 25 Years Old. Read More
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