Method and Madness Single Malt Enhanced With French Oak Casks
Single Malt — IrelandReviewed September 5, 2022Nose: very sweet, butter cookies and some fruit, maybe peaches and some orange? Taste: very fruity and sweet. orange and more butter cookies. It has a bitter ending, but in a very good way. The higher proof is also noticeable. Its very good.
Compass Box Spice Tree
Blended Malt — ScotlandReviewed May 23, 2022N- floral and bit fruity? T- fruity ending, bit of rubber, almost no aftertaste. I get some orange
Linkwood 15 Year Distillery Labels (Gordon & MacPhail)
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed May 23, 2022N: fruity, orange peel? T: very smooth first sip, wood, some orange again. Bitter at the end, but not overpowering. Its good, tried at a bar so wonder for how long has the bottled been opened.
Balcones Texas Pot Still Bourbon
Bourbon — Texas, USAReviewed December 31, 2021Nose: honey, vanilla, cherry and wood. Very classic. Taste: very strong wood flavors, the honey in the smell isn’t there, some rubbery at first and spicy. Some vanilla. Its alright.
Redbreast 15 Year
Single Pot Still — IrelandReviewed November 23, 2021Nose: lemon and fruity, some green apples. Taste: more fruit and sweetness. The alcohol bites a little without diminishing the smoothness. I also get some caramel and wood. Its very good, I’ll have to taste this and the 12 together.
Grangestone 12 Year
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed November 21, 2021Nose: lemons, some peat, wetness. Taste: More lemons, bitter, the aftertaste is strong, not my style for sure, the bitterness and wet rubber like taste lingers.
Balcones Texas Single Malt
American Single Malt — Texas, USAReviewed November 17, 2021Nose: well damn, smells a little like a bourbon. Vanilla and some fruit I can’t place. Taste: its spicy at first, then the butter and caramel arrive. There is also some frutal notes. I really enjoyed it.
Redbreast Lustau Edition
Single Pot Still — IrelandReviewed November 15, 2021Nose: sugar and sweet, bit toasted. Taste: Spicy, oak, bitter with a touch of honey. The nose sets you up for something that doesn’t fully appear in the taste. Average, even more if compared to the 12.
The Busker Triple Cask Triple Smooth
Blended — IrelandReviewed September 13, 2021Nose: apple pie, so sweet, some vanilla as well. Taste: very sweet, buttery. Lemon and fruity. It’s actually enjoyable, good stuff for what i expected.
Grangestone Rum Finish
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed August 28, 2021Nose: sugary notes in damp wood, sweet. Taste: sugar but more bitter, some lemon, the finish is almost non existent, a little rubber i guess. Very drinkable, nothing special.