And so here we are, the first milestone review of the 100 series! It has taken me a while to choose an expression that I deemed fitting for this review and when I came across my review of the Convalmore (which was written almost 2 years to the day), I knew that I had found […]Read more "Whisky Review #125: Convalmore 1977 28 Years Old"
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)"
Merry Christmas and surprise, bloody surprise! Another review the day after the last one?! I believe that this is fairly unusual behaviour on my part. But when there are things to be reviewed and the backlog is starting to cause a fair bit of concern, I guess it is best to move things along in […]Read more "Whisky Review #119: SMWS 44.79 “Pandora’s Box”"
Alas, the promised two reviews a week until the end of the year didn’t exactly pan out the way we both wanted, aye? Life does tend to get in the way sometimes and it brings with it a certain inertia that can be rather difficult to overcome at times. But rather than set lofty targets, […]Read more "Whisky Review #118: SMWS 46.52 “A Storm In A Barrel”"
After an extended hiatus, I’m finally back! November was a rather busy month due to several new developments and events, which hampered my ability to provide any reviews. There was also a fair bit of inertia in play, but that’s to be expected. As such, I endeavour to provide at least two reviews per week […]Read more "Whisky Review #117: SMWS 30.97 “Dancing On A Volcano”"
Strathisla is a distillery which has inched its way into the collective consciousness of most whisky drinkers over the last decade due to its easy-drinking and relatively sweet nature. It is also seen as the spiritual home of Chivas Regal due to its importance as a signature whisky within the various blends under the Chivas […]Read more "Whisky Review #113: Strathisla-Glenlivet 1967 40 Years Old (Cask #6112)"
Ah Imperial. One of the dearly departed distilleries that doesn’t evoke as strong a response as the likes of Port Ellen, Brora or Rosebank, but one which has been released on a regular basis by a number of independent bottlers over the years (and for rather affordable prices, too). The distillery was built to produce […]Read more "Whisky Review #108: Imperial 1995 18 Years Old"