And so here we are, the end of the 2nd year of operations for this blog. I still find it rather amazing that almost 2 years have passed since I started this blog, and while the official 2nd anniversary is still a month away, I thought that it would be fitting to end the year […]Read more "Whisky Review #83: Glenugie 1977 33 Years Old"
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to one and all! May this festive season bring with it good food, great drinks, exceptional company and unforgettable memories! As promised, I have saved a rather special bottling for this most joyous of occasions and I felt that it was only fitting that a review which was to be […]Read more "Whisky Review #82: Laphroaig 25 Years Old (2014 Cask Strength Edition)"
Up until a few years ago, not many people had known of the existence of a sixth distillery within the William Grant & Sons stable. It would be appropriate to say that this sixth distillery was overshadowed by its more illustrious (and unfortunate) counterparts. Glenfiddich and Balvenie are world renown brands with impressive growth and […]Read more "Whisky Review #81: Kininvie 1996 17 Years Old (Batch 1)"
This week’s review brings us to uncharted territory in the form of a SINGLE GRAIN whisky. It is also the oldest whisky that I have reviewed thus far and I thought that it was probably a good time to add another chapter to this blog by introducing an entirely new category to the mix. Carsebridge […]Read more "Whisky Review #80: Carsebridge 1965 50 Years Old (Sovereign Bottling)"
Glenfiddich is no stranger to this blog. It has been reviewed pretty extensively over a few blog posts which covered both expressions and events, and this review will add on to that dossier. I’ve also realised that I neglected to provide an in-depth look into the history of the distillery during the previous reviews, so […]Read more "Whisky Review #79: Glenfiddich Project XX"