Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dhà
Peated Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed July 9, 2022Lightly peated. Rich and spicy, with sweet and bitter notes of toasted wood and light hints of sherry. Less burn with water, which allows for the more subtle flavors to come through. Easy sipping.
Laphroaig PX Cask
Peated Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed July 9, 2022Beautiful color! Not oily still full with so much going on. The peat smoke is pronounced up front but does not overwhelm the background of fruit. The flavor matches the aroma. It’s gently peaty with fruit, spices, and a light salty finish. There’s a hint of bacon and then cherries, currants, sweet wood, bitter orange, and salty brine. Smoother with water. I enjoy this a lot.
Glenfarclas 15 Year
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed July 1, 2022Strong deep flavor of orange, dried fruit, raisins, and sherry. Spicy up front and then leaves behind a little smoke and bitter maltiness. It’s quite good, would drink again.Glenfarclas Distillery
Glenfarclas 10 Year
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed July 1, 2022Nutty with sherry and orange peel. Heat at first dissipates to creamy florals, fruits, and light grassy notes. Lingers nicely.Glenfarclas Distillery
Tomatin 18 Year Oloroso Sherry Casks
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed June 30, 2022Sherry on the nose and in taste pairs well with florals and fruit. The sweetness is balanced by woodiness and slight smokiness. It’s mellow and smooth with a lot of depth. I’m a fan.
Tomatin 14 Year Port Casks
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed June 30, 2022Beautiful color. Smells like stewed berries and oak. Dark, smooth, and a little tart with a little bit of coffee and floral chocolate at the end. Not too sweet. It’s quite good.
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed June 30, 2022Lightly sweet floral, honey, and pineapple flavors with a little peat. Smooth with a mild bitter finish. Not remarkable but pleasant easy drinking.
Ledaig 10 Year
Peated Single Malt — Islands, ScotlandReviewed June 29, 2022Nicely peated, nutty and faintly sweet, and oily with a little bit of salty brine. It’s a very decent whisky that’s easy to sip. I’m a fan.
Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed June 26, 2022This was pretty strong when tasted neat. Nice but missing some of the lighter notes. Neat had the fruit, caramel, and dark fruits; adding a little water brought out more vanilla and citrus, while allowing a little hint of nuttiness to linger behind.47.0 GBP per BottleEdinburgh
Glen Allachie Speyside Single Malt 2006
Single Malt — Speyside, EnglandReviewed June 21, 2022It’s really warm and a little spicy, and not overly sweet. It’s decent.
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