Fortaleza Añejo Tequila
Tequila Añejo — Tequila Valley, Jalisco, MexicoReviewed March 25, 2023 (edited May 24, 2023)A whisky-drinker’s tequila. Bourbon forward nose - deep caramel, vanilla, vrown sugar. More savory and buttery palatte with a spicy sweet finish.89Agave Cantina
Torabhaig Allt Gleann The Legacy Series 2nd Edition
Peated Single Malt — Island, ScotlandReviewed February 12, 2023Excelkent for such a young whisky. Light and delicate, buttery and mineraliry throughout. Wood smoke more ruan peat.
Great Jones Straight Rye
Rye — New York, USAReviewed February 10, 2023Great Jones Distilling Co
High West A Midwinter Night's Dram Act 10 (All Scenes)
Rye — USAReviewed January 26, 2023Finally found it - in Norman Ok. Rich, bold spice and a sweat cinnamon heat. Huge finish - blast off with date, fig and berries. Worth a try
Noble Oak Double Oak Rye
Rye — USAReviewed January 22, 2023Very easy to drink. Much softer than most ryes - tastes almost like a high rye sweeter bourbon. Pepper and rye spice are most noticeable on the delivery and finish. Flaviar advent calendar tasting
Keeper's Heart Irish + American Whiskey
Other Whiskey — Multiple CountriesReviewed January 15, 2023Delicate, light body. Heavy vanilla pear nose. Not much complexity, a little spicy, fast finish. Dry
Port Charlotte 10 Year
Peated Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed December 25, 2022Fantastic. Smoked Vanilla, salted caramel and dried fruits meet the nose. Incredibly drinkable given the proof - not too rich. A little water really helps this sing with layered orange sweetness and seaside s’mores.
The Irishman The Harvest
Blended — IrelandReviewed December 11, 2022 (edited December 14, 2022)Flaviar advent day 11 - very light body and drinkable - surprising for 70% single malt. Heavy vanilla and spice on the palette, quick finish. A little tropical. Not super complex but not harsh
Macallan 12 Year Sherry Oak Cask
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed November 23, 2022 (edited December 3, 2022)Nose blows the palette out of the water. Raisins, dates, dried prunes and marzipan.
Old Pulteney 12 Year
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed October 28, 2022Nose is so much better than the taste. Nose gives you orchard fruits, bread malt, vanilla, and major brown sugar notes. Light. Arrival is a bit sharp and the development is sadly short. Not as salty as expected, and very dry and a tad bitter on the finish.
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