Review #58: Golden Cask Port Ellen

This starts a series of whisky reviews we started while we were in Tokyo and Osaka, which have some of the most phenomenal scotch bars we have ever encountered. The bars are typically one-man shows that are a product of …

Review #55: Bowmore 18

We’re always on the hunt for difficult-to-procure bottles, but the Bowmore 18 is broadly available, if a little expensive. But to christian a new office, we needed a bottle and it was hard to pass up an opportunity to get …

Review #54: Highland Park Full Volume

At some point, we should write up a long post on Highland Park because it is massively popular at our household. It also helps that there are a lot of independent bottlings of the distillery recently (our previous reviews include …

Review #51: Exclusive Malts Cooley 13

While it is certainly less expensive to make cocktails or drink the whisky we have acquired, sometimes it’s fun to go out on the town and grab some cocktails while eavesdropping on your neighbors’ conversations. We have been eyeing San …

Review #49: Laphroaig Triple Wood

Laphroaig was my gateway whisky – and also the way I discovered that I unequivocably love peat. We have been nursing this bottle steadily and the other night, we finally laid the bottle to rest.

The Triple Wood is a …