This being bottling by the SMWS, it has a cutesy name: Harvesting Fruit on an Indian Summer’s Day. I guess this means I’m in for a fruity dram, perfect for a summer day. I don’t know what is up with the Indian though. 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
Textbook refill bourbon Ledaig 2004 12 Years Old from Single Malts of Scotland. Clean and fresh, yet with a dirty edge. Read More
The Highland Park Fire and the Highland Park Ice. Turns out I like them both! Yes, I was surprised too. Read More
Tasting notes for a superb Talisker from the 1970’s, as well as a short retrospective on all the incredible old and rare whiskies I’ve tasted during this extravagant month of January. Read More
This Ledaig 17yo from Cooper’s Choice comes highly regarded, but I find it too sulphuric. Read More
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