I didn’t expect to be this sad about the discontinuation of a whisky, but I guess I’m more emotionally attached to Old Pulteney than I thought. Time for a review of the Old Pulteney 21 Years Old. Read More
The Clynelish 1989 26 Years Old from Càrn Mòr is a slow starter, but it picked up and ended on a high note. Read More
A nice complexity and richness, the Glengoyne 15 Years Old offers good value for money. 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
A Tomatin 2006 10 Years Old from a 1st fill sherry butt. Bottled for the Dutch market, this one lacks balance. Read More
At the risk of sounding like Jim Murray: what’s up with that damn sulphur?! Anyway, it doesn’t ruin this Invergordon per se, but Ican’t say I’m too fond of it either. Read More
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