Tag Archives: Blended Whisky

Review – The Exceptional Blend from Sutcliffe & Sons.

Looking at the Exceptional Blend and asking if exceptional components add up to exceptional results.

Review – James Eadie’s Trademark ‘X’

Looking at a modern recreation of a Blended Scotch from 1854.

Review – Dewars 25 and Ballantines 30

Taking it easy with some older blends. Looking at the new Dewars 25 and the Ballantines 30.

The Half Century Blend

A look at a £600 bottle of blended whisky and why I think its good value…

The rebirth of Bladnoch and the introduction of the Pure Scot

News broke some time ago that Bladnoch Distillery was saved. The company was reborn and reinvigorated as we eagerly anticipated their first forays back into the whisky market.   Fast forward several months and I get a very generous sample of their new blended scotch, Pure Scot, delivered to AmateurDrammer HQ. This is a blend […]

Angels Nectar Blended Malts

Two new blended scotch whiskies from Angels Nectar.