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Whisky 2015 -157-162

157 – Signatory Imperial 1995
White pepper, oranges, mulled wine, cloves, mineraly, heavy cream. Cream, cream, cream, dried fruits, xmas cake in summer, the final bite of a flap jack. 88 more words

Tomatin 20, 1993-2013, 51.5% - Douglas Laing's Old Particular

Tomatin is a distillery that has been on my radar for a couple of months now. I don’t know why I never paid attention to it before, but ever since I’m about to go visit them (in two weeks) I’ve been watching them. 324 more words


Whisky Review - Big Peat Xmas Edition 2015

Another day in October, another review of a whisky release for the holidays. This time, the latest annual edition of one of the few bottlings that actually admit it’s targeted at Xmas shoppers: Big Peat Xmas Edition and today it’s a review of their new 2015 edition. 198 more words

Whisky Reviews

Douglas Laings Old Particular Single Grains.

Douglas Laing’s Old Particular range of single cask whiskies from all over Scotland was launched in 2013 and up to now has only included single malt’s, that is now all set to change with the release of the first 4 Old Particular single grains. 452 more words

Clynelish 14yo 1989/2003 (50%, Douglas Laing, Old Malt Cask, 6 Month Rum Finish, DL REF 3850, 312 bottles)

I’ve been reviewing more Rums lately, which is fun to do. back to Whisky for now, but I won’t have to let go of Rum altogether. 551 more words

Single Malt

Port Ellen 18, 1981 (Douglas Laing OMC)

This is, I’m pretty sure, the youngest Port Ellen I’ve had (this 21 yo is the youngest I’ve previously reviewed). This was released in 2000, one year before the first annual release; in other words, before Port Ellen was quite Port Ellen. 550 more words

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