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Whisky Review: @HighlandPark 21 Years Old

There’s a problem with reviewing whisky. Apart from finding the time. It’s deciding what to drink, and what to review. Regular readers will know I tend to drink a few staples: Bunnahabhain (though recently less of the 12 year old, more of the Toiteach), Lagavulin and the 12 Year Old Highland Park. 346 more words

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Making Solace of Cioran: Longrow 14 Year Old Cask Strength Campbeltown Single Malt Scotch Whisky

For some ungodly reason, I will often, after pouring myself a dram of some elixir from the Springbank distillery, take a volume of the writings of that sad, incisive pessimist, E. 1,613 more words

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Glenmorangie The Lasanta

I was first introduced to Glenmorangie, a highland whisky, by my friend Fiona. Glenmorangie The Original happens to be one of her favorite whiskies ( 267 more words

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The Glenlivet Guardians Chapter (48.7%, OB)

a few teams were sent out around the world by The Glenlivet Distillery with three potions made by Whisky wizard Alan Winchester. Wizard Alan wanted to know the taste of the world, or should I say, the tastes of the four corners world. 600 more words

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Whisky Review #19: Glenfarclas 12 YO

Whisky Review #19

Glenfarclas 12yo

Here we go 1 more review to go until my 20th review, and I’ve been mulling over what to review for number 20 and I figured what I wanted to do was either do something I think is very special or something everyone can get their paws on? 1,218 more words

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Oban 1997 Distillers Edition

My first introduction to Oban was with their 14 year-old whisky (http://wp.me/p3Zt2k-g). The distillery is located in the town of Oban which is on the West Coast of Scotland and is very close to the Scottish Isles. 290 more words

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Whisky Review #18: Edradour 10yo "Distillery Edition"

Whisky Review #18

Edradour 10yo “Distillery Edition”

Edradour is at the top of my list of Distillery locations in Scotland that I want to visit. I’ve seen some photographs of this tiny little place that heralds itself as “Scotland’s Smallest Distillery,” a picturesque little town that no doubt gets it’s fair share of visitors looking for some greenery and small town charm. 927 more words

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