Glen Moray 16 Years Old 2004 Burgundy Cask #213 Whisky review: Definitely my favourite of the trio. Richer and deeper in flavours though the same tannic spice is here it is a little more balanced against the wine cask here and the malty spirit nature is hardly noticable holding it all together. 86/100
Glen Moray 16 Years Old 2004 Chenin Blanc Cask #341 Whisky Review: Another full bodied and intense expression. Again quite tannic and spicy, with water this moves into fruit & chalk but still that must/old rubber persists throughout. 84/100
Glen Moray 17 Years Old 2003 Chardonnay Cask Whisky Review: Pretty full on at cask strength this is packed with fruits and tannins, with water some peppery spice still remains. 85/100
Tullibardine 14 Years Old 2006 Rum Finish Whisky Review: A real sweet-tooth’s delight, the 7 years in ex-Rum has dolloped dessert all over this whisky. A little like ice-cream with a dram poured over it the whisky starts to seep out of this later displaying a great balance between initial and later cask maturations. 89/100
Royal Lochnagar 2019 Distillery Exclusive whisky review: Rich and malty, gently spiced throughout – a pretty fair representation of Lochnagar’s output, if you’re a fan (like me) then you wont be disappointed with this one. Also this is likely the forerunner for their 175th anniversary celebration in 2020, another good reason to make the trip to Royal Lochnagar distillery this year!
Jameson 18 Year Old Limited Reserve Whisky Review Category: Blended Pot Still and Grain Irish Whiskey Origin: Midleton Distillery Bottling: Irish Distillers, Jameson ABV: 40% Cost: £84.95 What they say: Jameson 18 […]
Glenrothes 23 Years Old 1989 Cask Strength Collection (53.9%, Signatory, Refill Sherry Butt #24382, 651 Bottles, 2013)
A delicious sherry-matured Glenrothes expression that reminded me of Black Forest Gateaux with its mixture of dark cherry and chocolate flavours and creamy texture. 87/100