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Michter's US*1 Toasted Barrel Strength Rye
Rye — Kentucky, USATastedJust wonderful.
Dewar's 18 Year The Vintage
Blended — ScotlandTastedThis is a beautiful scotch. Definitely worth picking up. Sure to be a crowd pleasure.
Dewar’s 12 Years Old Double Aged
Blended — ScotlandTastedThis is a very well-rounded scotch. Subtle yet full-bodied sweetness from the sherry. Nice grain notes and fruit as well. Apples and bit of honey. Great for both the experienced and novice scotch drinker.
Aberfeldy 21 Year
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandTastedThe expert reviews tasting notes are spot on. Couldn’t say it better so I’ll leave it at that!
Aberfeldy 16 Year
Single Malt — ScotlandTastedOak, pepper, vanilla, honey, and green apple notes. Pretty tasty. Not tasty enough to be a $90-100, but tasty nonetheless.
Aberfeldy 12 Year
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandTastedCreamy texture with a hay & honey like flavor. Easy drinking for certain and a crowd pleasure for a scotch.
Craigellachie 13 Year
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandTastedWarm, spicy, light fruit notes, and a slightly salty finish. Has some fruit cake like highlights to it as well. Really covers the palate. Good pour.
Royal Brackla 12 Year
Single Malt — Highland, ScotlandTastedOily, light bodied, briny, and slightly salty. Lingers after a few drinks and just sits with you.
The Deveron 12 Year
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandTastedLight, airy, and has a lemony zest to it. Not a ton of flavor here. A summery scotch if there ever was one. Also a good introductory choice for newbies to scotch as well.Westport Whiskey & Wine
Baker's Single Barrel Bourbon 13 Year
Bourbon — Kentucky, USATastedVery well balanced and full flavored whiskey. Lots of caramel, oak, and brown sugar that lingers and lingers. Coats the tongue and just sits with you for a bit. Definitely worth trying and buying if you see one.