Talisker Select Reserve (Game of Thrones-House Greyjoy)
Peated Single Malt — Islands, ScotlandReviewed November 21, 2022Nose is very nice. A lot like Talisker 10. Not quite as good, in my opinion. Smokey and Briney, some fruit notes. Definitely worth a taste or two.
Cedar Ridge The QuintEssential American Single Malt
American Single Malt — Iowa, USAReviewed February 18, 2022This is fantastic! It reminds me of making cherry pie pockets when camping, but with a brioche bread and some baking spices. There is a decent amount of smoke, red fruits and spice. Totally worth the price.
Templeton Rye Oloroso Sherry Cask Finish
Rye — USAReviewed October 30, 2021This is good! The sherry notes are pronounced. They almost overtake the rye; the rye notes are more subdued. This is a nice addition to the Templeton line.
Rye — Kentucky, USAReviewed October 30, 2021This is nice. Rye spices are there but not overwhelming. A hint of sweetness and cherry notes. I’d love to try this with a cherry cheesecake, as I love the combo of the rye spice and sweet cheesecake.
Cragganmore 12 Year
Peated Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed August 28, 2021Nice. I do taste the hint of peat. Was outshined by another in the flight.
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed August 28, 2021Nice, but nothing special. Try again?
Dalmore 12 Year
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed August 28, 2021This is super nice. Reminds me of HO18. I get tobacco smoke on the nose with some fruits. Taste is similar. Very nice. I need to make room for a bottle!
Auchentoshan American Oak
Single Malt — Lowlands, ScotlandReviewed August 1, 2021Nice. More interesting than the standard offering. I do get r set one of the bourbon notes, but they are subtle.
Bardstown Bourbon Co. Fusion Series #1
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed August 1, 2021Nice nothing special. Usual bourbon flavors, but not as aggressive as some other bourbons.
Peated Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed July 17, 2021Interesting and flavorful. I do get a little of coffee notes. I like the finish on it. Much better than the Ardbeg 10, in my opinion.
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