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About me? I am a Whisky Educator, Travel-Tourist and Blogger. I blog tasting notes about (mostly Scotch) beer and whisky at The Whiskyphiles. I keep progress of my travels via the Alfred Barnard Society. Based in Livingston, Scotland I do most of my dramming at the University of Edinburgh Water of Life Society and Scotch Malt Whisky Society.
Benromach 15 Years Old Whisky Review: A wonderfully complex dram with zesty fruits, chocolate and sherry influences, the added maturation adds a little more oak wood influence and spice over the 10 year old and 100° Proof expressions. A great price for a characterful 15 Year Old Speyside whisky. 88/100
Benromach 10 Years Old 100° Proof whisky review: A much richer and darker fruit and chocolate filled experience when presented at this strength, much more malty feeling too though this is probably a mixture of a concentration effect of the flavours found in the reduced version and higher ABV. 85/100
Benromach 10 Years Old Whisky Review: A lovely cereal and fruit packed dram delivered with just a wisp of smoke. Still an impressive little whisky for an entry-level expression. 84/100
EVOLUTION OF THE JAMESON BOTTLE AND LABEL IS SET TO CONTINUE THE SUCCESS STORY OVER 50 YEARS ON – First introduced in 1968, the new smooth pack contains the same triple-distilled Jameson […]
After the resounding success of Whiskey Live in Dublin last year, Irish Whitetail Distillery, the newest addition to the growing Irish Whiskey market, is launching their crowdfunding campaign to meet the new […]
World Class Bartenders unite to create bespoke Haig Club serves to celebrate the brand’s Make Your Own Rules campaign
To celebrate Haig Club’s ‘Make Your Own Rules’ campaign, the brand has gathered the industry’s best bartenders to design a collection of serves specifically for consumers to replicate at home during the […]
‘Clubman Cup’ by Daniel Warren, Diageo Reserve World Class 2018 bartender of the year: A modern twist on a festive classic, the Clubman Cup showcases the vanilla and citrus notes of Haig Club […]
‘Cameron’s Column’ by Mark Low (Mr Lyan Studio): A refined yet punchy Haig Club Clubman cocktail featuring fortified wines, cacao and spice. 45ml Haig Club Clubman 5ml Vermouth di Torino 5ml Bodegas Gutiérrez […]
‘The Clubman Principal Lowball’ by Tristan Stephenson, co-owner of London’s favourite whisky bar, Black Rock: This serve highlights the five principal flavours of whisky including the citrus fruit and sweet butterscotch notes found […]