And so here we are, the second big milestone for this blog: The 50th review. I know that I promised something spectacular to commemorate this achievement, and I reckon that I have definitely fulfilled that aspect with the whisky that I have selected. How can you not love Glendronach? It is, according to many people […]Read more "Whisky Review #50: Glendronach 1978 31 Years Old (Cask #1040)"
Another week brings with it another review and this one is the penultimate review before we hit the 2nd milestone since the inception of this blog: The 50th review! Considering how far this blog has come since I started it as a means to record my experiences in Islay, I’m actually quite happy to see […]Read more "Whisky Review #49: Ardmore 1993 22 Years Old"
This week’s review takes us to what is uncharted territory for this blog: Germany, and more specifically, Slyrs distillery. The distillery has historically focused on the production of brandy and schnapps and was founded in 1928 by the Stetter family, but their production focus switched to whisky in 1999 and it has become their main […]Read more "Whisky Review #48: Slyrs 3 Years Old"
This week’s review takes us back to Australia after a bloody long time. Those who have been following this blog would know that I previously reviewed the Bakery Hill Peated Malt whisky from the Bakery Hill distillery in the outskirts of Victoria. I therefore thought that it was time to revisit the produce of this […]Read more "Whisky Review #47: Heartwood “The Lost Convict”"