Tag Archives: glenrothes
New Glasgow based Indie bottlers Dram Mòr may be under the radar just now but will their first release be the start of good things to come?
Looking at a rare 43 year old Glenrothes from Gordon & MacPhails new Private Collection.
A exclusive preview of the new Glenrothes Soleo Collection. Comprising some brief notes and observations on the 10, 12, NAS, 18 and 25 year old expressions.
Looking at the 1987 Vintage from Glenrothes, as featured on this months ‘This is my Dram’ podcast.
A look at a heavy sherry bomb from indie bottlers Claxtons.
Bill Linnane is an Irish Journalist and Whisky Blogger from Midleton in County Cork. He works as a freelance writer with the Irish Independent, Irish Examiner, Evening Echo, and Distilled. He is also the proud owner of Ireland’s Least Successful Blog™. “A fellow will remember a lot of things you wouldn’t think he’d remember. You […]
Summer is here. Sort of. Peoples thoughts turn to barbecues, cutting the grass, sunburn and relaxing in the garden. My taste for whisky changes throught the year. As a general rule I tend to save the rich and smoky whiskies for the cold and dark nights (also possible in summer if you live in […]