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
Today it is time for what is probably the most legendary whisky ever from this distillery, the Bunnahabhain 1968 Auld Acquaintance. Read More
If you see a young single cask bottling, it usually comes from a very active cask. It’s now surprise then that this Glen Moray 2007 8 Years Old from Single Malts of Scotland comes from a first-fill bourbon cask. Read More
You don’t see ’em often anymore, but six or seven years ago there were lots of old Glen Grants on the market. One such an example is this Glen Grant 1974 36 Years Old from Duncan Taylor. Read More
A nearly three decades old Bunnahabhain from Single Malts of Scotland. Very elegant with a lovely complexity. Read More
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