This week’s review focuses on a blended malt from Japan which has captured the imagination (and palates) of many who have come into contact with it. It is a well-made whisky which showcases the best aspects of both the distilleries which contribute to its make-up. The Taketsuru range of blended malts (consisting of the Pure […]Read more "Whisky Review #63: Nikka Taketsuru 21 Years Old"
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"
First of all: The date and time of this post was not random, but rather intentional. The date and time mark the official first anniversary of this blog, which has become a labour of love and something that I have poured my heart and soul into. I am immensely grateful to each and every one […]Read more "Whisky Review #38: Yamazaki 18 Years Old"
I’m quite happy to have gotten a chance to review this beauty, primarily because of two reasons: #1: It is my first Japanese whisky review. #2: It is a whisky that has become a victim of its own success and has been phased out due to a lack of supply and far too much demand. […]Read more "Whisky Review #37: Nikka ‘Yoichi’ 15 Years Old"