This week’s review focuses on the Auchroisk 21 Years Old, which has been bottled by The Single Cask for their bespoke range of single malt whiskies. For those who have yet to visit the bar, it prides itself in showcasing independent and single cask Scotch whisky expressions from unheralded distilleries and independent bottlers, allowing consumers […]Read more "Whisky Review #42: Auchroisk 1991 21 Years Old (The Single Cask exclusive bottling)"
Something that I have noticed with regard to my posts on the blog since the beginning is that there tends to be a higher concentration of Islay and Speyside whisky reviews in comparison to Highland, Island or even Lowland reviews. In fact, I believe that I can confidently say that the Lowlands have the least […]Read more "Whisky Review #41: Auchentoshan 12 Years Old"
Talisker is a distillery that has fascinated me quite a bit over the last year, primarily due to its location on the exceptionally beautiful Isle of Skye as well as the rather interesting flavour profile of the whiskies that they produce. It is also very much a distillery that I intend to visit sometime in […]Read more "Whisky Review #40: Talisker 10 Years Old"
Full disclosure: I’ve noticed that the previous Aberlour-related reviews on this blog are some of the most popular articles that I have written to date, so I thought that it was time for me to add another one to the Aberlour stable. Ahh Aberlour, a distillery which polarises my opinion quite a bit. Readers of […]Read more "Whisky Review #39: Aberlour A’Bunadh Batch #53"