This is the sort of review I love, a review of a whisky from my favorite distillery, Springbank. Why do I love these reviews? Well my friends, Springbank just rolls out fucking bangers time after time, so I know I’m most likely in for an absolute treat. 703 more words
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Our trip to Scotland is now over (we’re still in the UK for another 10 days though). As we spent most of our time in the Speyside and in the highlands and Orkney, my reviews this month have all been of whiskies from distilleries in those regions. 376 more words
The Loch Fyne: The Living Cask 1745 (Scottish Blended Malt Whisky: 43.6% ABV)
Visual: Solid gold. Fast thick streaks.
Nose: Pungent peat. Moss. Aubergine. Brown bread. 439 more words
I must confess that this single cask bottling from the Spirit & Cask Range did not sound too tempting to me at first. In this age span, you find quite a lot of bourbon-matured whiskies from Southern Islay; and usually they are a bit more friendly to your wallet. 458 more words