After another hiatus, I have returned! These rather long breaks between reviews have been the product of work, commitments and sheer inertia, but I shall endeavour to cultivate the habit of consistently blogging once again going forward. This week’s review focuses on a rather interesting single grain offering from Girvan distillery, which is owned by […]Read more "Whisky Review #132: Girvan Patent Still 28 Years Old"
I love Lochside. It is a distillery which has spawned many stories during the short time that it produced whisky and the distillery buildings themselves were as iconic as could be. The whisky produced at the distillery was destined for a number of blends, including Sandy McNab and DYC (who even bottled it as a […]Read more "Whisky Review #128: Lochside 1966 40 Years Old Single Grain (Bottled by Jack Wiebers)"
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)"