Tag Archives: whisky review
A look at the Old Pulteney 12 and asking if its worth upgrading to the 17.
Clynelishes? Clynelishi? Whatever the plural is, here is a look at two indie bottlings.
£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 […]
Following on from last weeks review of Claxtons single cask bottling of a Tomatin 21, this week we will take a quick look at their 20 y.o Tobermory. Tobermory 20y.o, IB, Claxtons, 48% abv, Cask no:1501-652 (available here) The nose has light peat, citrus zest and a malty, cereal notes. The palate continues with light, […]