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Provenance Glengoyne 9 Year Old

The roots of Glengoyne can be traced back to 1833 when the Edmonstone family founded a distillery named Burnfoot. The location for the distillery was peculiar in that it sat right on the highland line which divided the highland and lowland whisky regions. 328 more words

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Big Peat - Christmas Edition 2016 (Review)

For the sixth time in a row, Big Peat throws his annual Christmas party. This year, he invited all of his best friends and oldest pals: The powerful ppm monsters of… 358 more words

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Big Peat, 46% in a Neat Glass

It wasn’t just whiskey on show at Whiskey Live Dublin.

Glassware was also on display at the Neat stand with their friendly crew of attendants who had a cool way of promoting the Neat whisky glass. 443 more words

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Big Peat - Christmas Edition 2015 (Review)

No festive season is complete without a couple of visits from our favorite Ileach, Big Peat. Underneath his weather-beaten shell, this gentle giant has a heart of gold. 330 more words

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Talisker Young & Feisty - Provenance

I’ve always been fond of Talisker. A Lovely, characterful malt from the Isle of Skye, I particularly like their 10 year old expression, over and above their older expressions which I feel lose that unique character. 604 more words

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Bottle Market 2016 (Event)

On Saturday, November 19, me and my friends got up early and took the 9:15 train from Hamburg to Bremen to attend Bottle Market 2016… 674 more words

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The Epicurean

The Epicurean from Douglas Laing is the Lowland addition to the Remarkable Regional Malts line up bottled at 46,2%.  The nose is very soft and I needed a good time to get some separate flavours out of it. 191 more words

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