Review – Glenmorangie Private Edition Range – Bacalta

A look at the eighth annual release in Glenmorangie’s Private Edition range, The Bacalta

What Every Whisky Drinker Needs To Know About Port

What Every Whisky Drinker Needs To Know About Port- a brief guide to the Portuguese fortified wine.

Touring and Tasting at Tullibardine

Just off the A9 is a former workhorse distillery which has been moving into the single malt market with more than a nod to the vineyards of its owners.

Review – A Muckle Mix of Glen Moray

Featuring a vertical Glen Moray tasting as well as a ramble at how past pricing levels have impacted the perceived quality of this brand.

Review – Ardbeg Kelpie

Trying the Ardbeg Kelpie and asking if we are getting lost in a myriad of Ardbegs?

Tasting Note Archive

A (hopefully)comprehensive archive of all my reviews, rants, tasting notes, rambles, visits, tours, pictures and press releases organised alphabetically by distillery name.

Desert Island Drams – The Whisky Sponge

This week I attempt to lure the Whisky Sponge into nominating a Desert Island Dram.

Desert Island Drams – Sorren from OCD Whisky

Sorren from OCD Whisky reveals his Desert Island Dram.

The Bailie Nicol Jarvie

Its been several years since I was introduced to the Bailie Nicol Jarvie (hereinafter referred to as The BNJ) After a day out at The Whisky Stramash in Edinburgh I found myself on my way back to my accommodation in Leith at a bar enjoying a few end of the night drams.  One of which was The […]

The best whisky in the world? (or just magnolia wall paint?)

The lifestyle magazine The Gentlemans Journal recently published an article entitled “The five best whiskies”. That’s a bold statement on such a divisive subject.  Whats on the list? A Glenmorangie 1963 vintage? A Highland Park 50? A Brora 1972? Nope. Heres the list and the links to purchase them. 1 Powers 12 Year Old 2 Glenfiddich 21 […]