This review is a bit of a departure from the usual fare as instead of reviewing just one whisky, I will be reviewing THREE. The reason for this lies in the fact that I had the chance to sample all three at the same time during a tasting session at a bar. But first, a […]Read more "Whisky Review #16: Triple Threat (Arran vs Bruichladdich vs Glenkinchie)"
Glenfarclas is one of those distilleries that is consistent in terms of the whisky expressions that they offer. It is this consistency that plays a fundamental part in what makes them brilliant. As a family owned distillery in a business that is dominated by sometimes faceless spirits conglomerates, it is refreshing to see that some […]Read more "Whisky Review #15: Glenfarclas 25 Years Old"
I have to admit that even though I have spent a fair bit of the last decade in Melbourne, it was only recently that I began shifting my focus onto the whiskies that were being produced by various distilleries across the country (and in Tasmania in particular). I consider this to be one of my […]Read more "Whisky Review #14: Bakery Hill Peated Malt"
I have a soft spot for Ardbeg. It was one of the first single malt whiskies that I tried during my personal journey of discovery and while it was a world away from the Macallan, Highland Park, Glenlivet and Glenfiddich, I felt that I could relate to it on some level. It was also rather […]Read more "Whisky Review #13: Ardbeg 10 Years Old (Current bottling vs Old Bottling)"