First of all: The date and time of this post was not random, but rather intentional. The date and time mark the official first anniversary of this blog, which has become a labour of love and something that I have poured my heart and soul into. I am immensely grateful to each and every one […]Read more "Whisky Review #38: Yamazaki 18 Years Old"
I’m quite happy to have gotten a chance to review this beauty, primarily because of two reasons: #1: It is my first Japanese whisky review. #2: It is a whisky that has become a victim of its own success and has been phased out due to a lack of supply and far too much demand. […]Read more "Whisky Review #37: Nikka ‘Yoichi’ 15 Years Old"
And so here we are, my very first Balbair-centric whisky review. I have to admit that this distillery is very much a hidden gem, although it has of late become more prevalent in the eyes of whisky drinkers around the world. The distillery itself was founded in 1790 in the Northern Highlands region of Scotland […]Read more "Whisky Review #36: Balblair 1975 32 Years Old"
Jura is one of my favourite distilleries and it has long been known that their Superstition expression was the very first single malt whisky that I tried back in 2008. The distillery is owned by Whyte & Mackay, which in turn is owned by Emperador Inc. The latter is a Philippines-based spirits conglomerate which is […]Read more "Whisky Review #35: Isle of Jura 10 Years Old"
And so, continuing on from last week’s Glenfiddich Gallery experience post, I have decided to do a standalone review of the whiskies which were up for tasting on the night. For the purpose of this review, I will not be including the core expressions and will instead be focusing on the cask samples that I […]Read more "Whisky Review #34: The Glenfiddich Gallery Experience"