Textbook refill bourbon Ledaig 2004 12 Years Old from Single Malts of Scotland. Clean and fresh, yet with a dirty edge. Read More
If consistency would be a competition, than Caol Ila might just win. This Islay distillery produces consistently good, sometimes even great whisky, as this Caol Ila 2004/2016 from Gordon & MacPhail once again proves. Read More
Long overdue, but I finally got around to tasting the Usquebaugh Society’s club bottling from 2016, a Tomatin 2004 11 Years Old. Read More
Sweet but agressive, and with a grassy edge. John Doe Irish Whiskey from Malts of Scotland certainly isn’t a dime a dozen. Read More
This Springbank Gaja Barolo is a good example of how good young whisky can be. Read More
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