Tag Archives: Sherry Cask
They say travel broadens the mind, But what does it do to a whisky?
A brief introduction to Sherry and its relationship with Whisky.
Looking at an excellent sherried Bruichladdich from independent bottler Whisky Broker.
A look at a heavy sherry bomb from indie bottlers Claxtons.
£22 doesn’t buy you a lot these days. Certainly not when it comes to whisky anyway…. I’m not sure what Glen Moray are trying to do here when releasing this new expression at this low price point. They are either trying to target the entry level market or they are just challenging the rest of […]
This weeks Desert Island Dram comes from Adam, The Whisky Pilgrim
Tobermory 15y.o sherry cask Oloroso influence is prominent on the nose, specifically orange peels and citrus note along with a light smoke. The palate is well balanced with citrus peels, raisins, and just enough spice on the finish. Oak influence is prominent throughout. Long finish, buttered spice. Well balanced. I tried this whilst visiting […]