Review – The Whisky Exchange Christmas Malt 2018.

Looking at a special Christmas release from The Whisky Exchange.

Whisky Blog Links

Here are a selection of some other websites and blogs that I enjoy reading. If you would like your blog included then drop me a line here. A Dram A Day Bens Whisky Blog Brian’s Malt Musings Best Shot Whisky Reviews Edinburgh Whisky Blog D’Manns Whisky Notebook Distilled Sunshine FreddeBoos Fife Whisky Trail GreatDrams Gentleman Grimm I […]

Jim Murray announces his Whisky Winners for 2016.

This years ‘World Whisky of The Year’ is announced by Jim Murray.

First Look – The New Old Pulteney Range

A look at the new Old Pulteney core range. Featuring a 12, 15 and 18 year old expression along with a peated NAS bottling.

Trying out a 1920’s Style Professional Blenders Glass.

Some thoughts on a modern recreation of a 1920’s Blenders glass.

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.

Review – A Glenturret Core Quadruple

Looking at four Glenturret expressions on the tasting table today and asking if ‘faults’ can become strengths.

A Clynelish Tasting Compendium Including A Short History & An Appreciation.

A look at the history of this cult distillery and a whole miscellany of tasting notes covering original bottlings, cask samples and Indie offerings as well as images of the Distillery from Diageo’s archives.

Desert Island Drams – Graham Coull, Master Distiller, Glen Moray.

Graham Coull, Master Distiller for Glen Moray, nominates a sentimental favourite as his Desert Island Dram

The Spey Distillery

After a chance twitter exchange I found myself heading along to visit The Speyside Distillery.    Located close to Drumguish, just a short trip from Kingussie, this relatively small distillery which opened in 1990 produces about 600,000 litres of spirt every year, taking its water from the nearby river Tromie. Its always fantastic to be […]