A little over a year ago I dismissed Bimber as just another expensive upstart whisky, but I'm glad I gave them a second chance. The new Re-Charred Oak Casks, their second ever release, reaffirms their reputation as a distillery to watch.
Shortly after the Lagavulin Islay Jazz Festival 2016 was released, I tasted it during the Lagavulin Warehouse Demonstration. I even bought a bottle. However, it took me this long to write a proper review of it. Sorry about that.