Single Malt — WalesReviewed March 21, 2022Lovely baked banana, dried coconut, loads of pepper, roasted nuts, apple skins. Palate has more dried apple, and more hot spice. Not bad at all
Single Malt — WalesReviewed March 20, 2022Baked bananas in chocolate on the nose. Touch of smoke, sea salt, candied plum, sugared white cherry, apple jelly. Palate has more cherry with spices, cassia bark, timber.
Glenkinchie 12 Year
Single Malt — Lowlands, ScotlandReviewed February 27, 2022Quite light abs fruity. Lots of apple with lemongrass, oat, wheat, nutty with beeswax. Palate is a bit hot, but definitely shows Sauternes oak.
Strathmill 1996 22 Year Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed November 24, 2021Oh my god! This is amazing! Baked apple, apple & pear tarte tatin, loads of butter and baked pear. DELICIOUS! Palate has that creamy tea with caramel, white chocolate and roasted hazelnuts feel!
Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2011
Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed October 26, 2021very fruity and floral. loads of jasmine, orchard blossoms, apple blossom, peaches and yellow plum. Palate is much gentler than I expected, came as a surprise since the abv is 50%! I think palate here is very much in tune with nose - focus on fruits.
Laphroaig 10 Year Cask Strength (Batch 10)
Peated Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed October 26, 2021Nose whoah smokey, tar, coffee bean, coffee bean in chocolate, touch mocha, also some medicinal touch to it. Palate is delicious so much more darkness in it: mocha, dark chocolate, coffee bean in dark chocolate, cedar, cedar in dark chocolate, aniseed, aniseed in dark chocolate. Slightly burnt chocolate. Again tannins are over the roof here. But in a pleasant way. Also quite sweet lingering finish.
Cotswolds Odyssey Barley
Single Malt — Cotswolds, EnglandReviewed October 26, 2021Nose is floral - loads of honeysuckle, jasmine, acacia flower, honey, some creamy dessert, peach pudding. Palate does not disappoint at all, very much focused around caramelised dried fruit, caramel, mocha, vanilla and cinnamon. Delicious, I’d drink that instead of a dessert.
Glenfiddich Age of Discovery Madeira Cask 19 Year
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed October 26, 2021Nose: Vanilla bean, marmalade, orange peel, fig. If it was wine I’d call it earthy notes but in old dessert type of wine. Palate has that ooziness about with more vanilla and caramelised dried fruit with cinnamon sprinkle. Long lasting finish
Balvenie The Sweet Toast of American Oak 12 Year
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed October 26, 2021Nose is a bit tuned down, I cannot pick up anything but milky fudge and vanilla bean. Palate does feel a bit higher alcohol than it is, quite bitey, but in a kinda pleasant way. It might be actually the oak effect. Again palate has more of fudge and sweet spices with honey and I think a bit of dememrara sugar. In blind I’d definitely say it is closer to 50% abv.
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