A look at the eighth annual release in Glenmorangie’s Private Edition range, The Bacalta
Glenmorangie have announced the launch of the Distillery’s new vintage collection, Bond House No. 1. This is marketed as an exclusive collection of limited releases which are said to explore the origins of Glenmorangie’s most prestigious reserves of aged whisky, each distilled in a single year. This series is designed to showcase the individuality of […]
A look at Glenmorangies new Private Edition, Milsean.
Glenmorangie is one of the best selling single malts in the world. The company was purchased by Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy (who also own Ardbeg) in 2004. In line with the parent companies image it was rebranded to help it appeal to a more luxury market. Glenmorangie have several different expressions with various different wood […]
Not one of the all time classic drams or in any way a real collectors item but look at it! Old school label and original packaging. Unsure what any financial value is but a nice looking bottle to have in your collection all the same.
Featuring a vertical Glen Moray tasting as well as a ramble at how past pricing levels have impacted the perceived quality of this brand.
Trying the Ardbeg Kelpie and asking if we are getting lost in a myriad of Ardbegs?
A (hopefully)comprehensive archive of all my reviews, rants, tasting notes, rambles, visits, tours, pictures and press releases organised alphabetically by distillery name.
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 I attempt to lure the Whisky Sponge into nominating a Desert Island Dram.