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Tasting Notes: Glen Moray 30 Years Old (Murray McDavid)

September 2017 marked the 120th anniversary of Glen Moray distillery having been first opened and having constantly crafted the water of life. Loyal followers of the distillery on twitter have been using the hashtag #glenmoray120 to tag their celebration of the occasion. 298 more words


Glen Scotia 1991.. Murray McDavid.

You know what .. I am really looking forward to this review, Glen Scotia is really starting to intrigue me with some fantastic tasting whisky and when I noticed this on the Murray McDavid table at a recent whisky festival I had to dive in and see if what I thought would be right. 324 more words

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Murray McDavid Tasting @ The Wellington, Birmingham – 14.07.17


Have you ever had a room of 20 or so, slightly inebriated whisky-heads sing happy birthday to you?

No, I don’t suppose you have, but that’s what happened to me when I attended the Murray McDavid tasting that Birmingham Whisky Club had very kindly organised, coincidentally on my birthday.

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Review: Murray McDavid Nicaraguan Rum (2006) C.L.D.N.

The 2006 bottling of Murray McDavid’s C.L.D.N.  Nicaraguan Rum was distilled in Nicaragua at the at the Flor de Cana (Compañia Licorera de Nicaragua) Distillery… 189 more words


.bunnahabhain - 1978 - murray mcdavid

An old Bunnahabhain from 1978, bottled in 2015 by Murray McDavid into 269 bottles. Matured in a single ex-Bourbon barrel for the first parts of her life, and finished in an Austrian premium dessert wine from Willi Opitz for “the best part of a decade”. 145 more words

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.murray mcdavid - crafted blend - ordha meas

The Òrdha Meas blend has been blended from single malt and single grain whiskies including Highland Park, Glenrothes, Glengoyne, Port Dundas and Cameronbridge, and married to mature further. 93 more words

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.murray macdavid - the vatting - siar port

Independent bottlers Murray McDavid have gotten their hands on a vatting of two highland malts. It is more or less a single malt (Glenmorangie), but as things are with the Glenmorangie, they do not allow others to sell their single malt as such, and therefore it has to be  212 more words

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