When Mossburn debuted their blended malt offerings (one Island one and one Speyside one), it took a lot of restraint to not bias myself toward purchasing the Island one simply because I’m a peathead. So instead, I gave the Speyside …
A great dram and really helps me understand why I love the peated Port Charlotte bottlings so much.
Good – but I prefer the Scottish barley (Classic Laddie), which has a lot more complexity and salinity. I also wish I tried the 2011 edition with the marriages of Sauternes and wine casks. I bet that one is delicious.
Review of Cadenhead's London UK store
Milroy's of Soho offers an exceptional selection of whiskies at a very reasonable price. The bartenders will gladly help guide you to the right whisky for your palate and price points.
Review of Ardbeg's newest Drum Committee release from the 2019 Feis Islay festival. Delicious, albeit expensive, whisky.
Signatory Port Dundas is an ancient grain whisky from a long closed distillery. Port Dundas used to be in Glasgow at the highest point of the city.
Butter cookies and sage
Vertical tasting of multiple Lagavulin bottles to determine our favorites
A once in a lifetime chance. “Orange silk on a leather couch