Monthly Archives: February 2017
Sometimes I’m never too sure which whisky to write about next. Its not always that there is a theme but there has been a tenuous link between several of my last reviews. The Glenmorangie Bacalta was finished in Maderia casks. The Glenrothes 19 was matured in sherry casks. This Glendronach, like the Glenmorangie is a […]
This week The Malt Mentalist and I will be dissecting and ruminating upon a couple of rather curious wine cask finished expressions from Arran distillery. Stew has done most of the legwork on this and they are his bottles after all so it’s only fair I let him go first… The Malt Mentalist I’d just like […]
This week Brian Kinsman, Master Blender at William Grant and Sons, nominates his Desert Island Dram
A look at the eighth annual release in Glenmorangie’s Private Edition range, The Bacalta
In honour of Scotland’s gift to the world, to the spirit that has long drawn people in through its status and style, this Friday February 10th 2017 the inaugural International Scotch Day will be celebrated worldwide. The day invites people everywhere to raise a glass of Scotch to celebrate a drink that’s made to be […]
A look at a heavy sherry bomb from indie bottlers Claxtons.
This week I attempt to lure the Whisky Sponge into nominating a Desert Island Dram.