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The Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14-Year Old Single Malt Review

The Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14-year-old single malt is one of the first Scotches I purchased.  I’ve heard good things about The Balvenie’s core range, and I find the process of “finishing” whisky interesting.   197 more words

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The Balvenie DoubleWood 12-Year-Old Single Malt Review

The Balvenie DoubleWood is a Speyside single malt whisky.  Aged 12 years, this whisky is matured in two different types of casks.  First it ages in a traditional oak whisky cask then it’s transferred to a first fill sherry cask.   204 more words

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National Scotch Day

I know what you’re thinking, you just celebrated National Tequila Day and you’re a little pickled from imbibing a bit too much, well, Dr. Boozin QC is here and I feel that the only remedy for your ailments is to partake in a dram of ultra amazing scotch with me! 180 more words

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The Great Age Statement Debate

According to the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA), whisky made in Scotland must be matured for a minimum of 3 years in Scotland before it can be called Scotch Whisky. 1,774 more words

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Last Minute Father's Day Gift Ideas - 2015 Edition

Haven’t picked up a gift for the old man yet?  With Father’s Day just a few days away, I thought I’d give some whiskey and whiskey-related gift recommendations, in no particular order.   239 more words

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#DramsForDays

There’s not much more that makes me happy than a good dram of whisky, so you can imagine how elated I was last night when I got to drink six, yes six tasty whiskies with Glenfiddich Brand Ambassador David Allardice and The Balvenie Brand Ambassador Jonathan Wingo. 186 more words

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No Reservations Required: A Scotch-Soaked Le Bernardin Lunch With Anthony Bourdain

“Lebanon was life changing,” said Anthony Bourdain at lunch last week, sitting next to us, speaking softly. He had just gotten back from filming the next season of his globe-hopping, tapas-tasting extravaganza of a television show, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, in the war-torn city of Beirut. 902 more words