Tag Archives: tasting notes
A short Balvenie vertical and some thoughts on an unfairly overlooked brand.
Looking at the latest batch of the Glengoyne Teapot Dram.
A look at the Old Pulteney 12 and asking if its worth upgrading to the 17.
Looking at an ascending age range of Highland Park expressions.
Sometimes I’m never too sure which whisky to write about next. Its not always that there is a theme but there has been a tenuous link between several of my last reviews. The Glenmorangie Bacalta was finished in Maderia casks. The Glenrothes 19 was matured in sherry casks. This Glendronach, like the Glenmorangie is a […]
The first review of 2017 looks at the Bowmore 9 year old.
Clynelishes? Clynelishi? Whatever the plural is, here is a look at two indie bottlings.