This week’s review takes us back to Australia (and more specifically, Melbourne), where we encounter a whisky which has been making waves in the local as well as international scene. Starward whisky is the product of the New World Whisky distillery, which is located in the Essendon Fields area of Melbourne and is very close […]Read more "Whisky Review #69: Starward Wine Cask"
As this week’s review is the 68th since I started this blog, I have decided to put forth a 40 years old bottling from 1968. What’s more, it’s from a closed Highland distillery that will never be reopened and has therefore been consigned into the pages of distillery history. But before we dive into the […]Read more "Whisky Review #68: Glenlochy 1968 40 Years Old"
Ahh Laphroaig. If there was one word which could accurately describe the whiskies that the distillery produces, it would probably be polarising. People definitely fall into one of two categories when it comes to Laphroaig: Either they love it to death, or hate its guts. This polarisation can be partly attributed to the uninitiated wanting […]Read more "Whisky Review #67: Laphroaig 11 Years Old (Exquisite Schiphol Exclusive Bottling)"
Benromach is a distillery which has increasingly made efforts to make itself seen and known around the world, and with good reason. The whiskies that the distillery produces are of a good standard and appeal to a wide range of whisky enthusiasts. While the distillery has been around for 118 years, it was only after […]Read more "Whisky Review #66: Benromach 2007 Sassicaia Wood Finish"