Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Lately I've been getting more and more into bourbon, the American Whisky of the East. The biggest problem I found with Bourbon was the lack of flavor spectrum that Scotch offers. Scotch is more in the Nose, which leads...
This probably should not have been the last dram of the night for me, because I already had a good amount of other bourbons and scotch before hand. However, I had the opportunity to buy this dram and figured,...
We had the opportunity to sample the rare and super limited edition of a new blended whisky called Son of Peat. Son of Peat was created by Flaviar for the flaviar community. The people behind the Flaviar Membership society,...
*We received a sample of the Cairdeas Finish Cask Finish from our friends and the review is based of that sample. Usually I have been a fan of these NAS new expressions from some of the bigger distillers including Laphroaig....
So right off the bat, this was a bottle we tasted at an amazing whisky club held monthly in NYC by two friends, Marlon and Charlie. This particular event held was about The Highland Park line, and this particular...
Like myself and a lot of beginners first entering the world of scotch, we tend to find ourselves themselves overwhelmed by the brown liquid of gold. When I first took my sip of Scotch, was approximately 14 years ago....
My girlfriend and I have tried many Glenfarclas single malt's from the 15 year old, 17 year old, 21 year old and 25 year old. However, we tried the 21 year old in our beginning "noobie" days and we...
This vaults bottling comes from the Rosebank Distillery from the Lowlands. Only 170 bottles were released of this bottling by the SMWS. It was distilled on November 14, 1990 and finished for 18 months in second fill Sauternes hogshead...
Elijah Craig is the first distiller to age his whiskey in charred oak barrels. Today, the Heaven Hill Distillery still uses the same careful methodology to create that flavor you love to drink. They use local corn and grains...
Name: The Arran Single Malt Amarone Cask Finish Region: Island, Scotland Nose: Lemon, Roses and Floral Wine Sweetness, Dry Sherry Palate: Cloves, Sherry, Apples, Dry Figs Finish: Cinnamon, Figs, long Sweet Finish, 1 drop of water makes it sweeter  
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