Glen Garioch 11 Years Old 2008 whisky review: A nice and gentle introductory dram, fruity and creamy with some more developed ‘green’ kiwi and melon flavours. 84/100
BenRiach 14 Years Old 2005 Port Pipe #3791 whisky review: A classic combination of sweet and peaty which I just love! On the palate this has quite a lot of phenolic and herbal influences that preside over the normally much sweeter and jammy fruit from the port cask, an interesting turn around on the palate which I thoroughly enjoyed. 85/100
Tobermory 24 Years Old 1994 The Single Cask (55.3%, Claxton’s, Sherry Butt # 1963-688048, 346 Bottles, 2019)
Tobermory 24 Years Old 1994 The Single Cask whisky review: A very drinkable refill? sherry butt matured Tobermory. The nose and the palate show hints of that metallic/radiator nature of Tobermory’s spirit and some vaporosity – followed by brown/woody sugars, ripe/dried fruits and lots of chocolate and coffee – what’s not to like? 89/100
Jameson 18 Years Old Bow Street Cask Strength whiskey review: Spiced from the unmalted barley and rich and complex from both spirit and maturation, this is slightly removed from the smoothness of your usual Jameson blend and strikes me as something really quite memorable.
Arran 18 Years Old 1996 PX Finish Whiskybroker Whisky Review Arran Distillery Whiskybroker Finished in Pedro Ximenez (PX) cask 884 55.3% ABV £47.45 Score: 89/100 What they say: A single cask bottling of […]