Review #64: BenRiach 21 Temporis Peated

BenRiach, besides being a fun name to say, turns out some underrated excellent whiskies. They’re known mostly for their experimental approach to cask types. Most of their line-up has focused on unpeated offerings.

Our local Glendronach/BenRiach representative (Rory Glasgow) turned …

Review #61: Signatory Royal Lochnagar 1991

While we were having the Port Ellen and a sherry aged Port Charlotte at our new favorite scotch bar (Campbelltoun Loch in Tokyo), we decided to also veer off familiar territories and go with the Royal Lochnagar. It was mostly …

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 …