The whiskies from Bowmore are a varied bunch, with there having been some truly spectacular releases over the decades. While the current core and travel retail ranges have been somewhat lacklustre, it seems that the independent bottlers have had more luck with regard to their releases from the distillery. This week’s review focuses on an […]Read more "Whisky Review #123: Bowmore 1989 21 Years Old (Silver Seal Bottling)"
Miltonduff has always been a distillery that I’ve retained a soft spot for and while the vast majority of the distillery’s production is destined to be used for blending purposes (especially in the case of Ballantine’s), the single malt expressions which have been released over the years tend to showcase the quality of the distillate. […]Read more "Whisky Review #122: Miltonduff 1969 41 Years Old (G&M Distillery Labels Range)"