Posts Tagged “Distillation”

M&H Elements Sherry Cask (46%)

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M&H Elements Sherry Cask (46%)

After somewhat of a delay, we come to the final entry of the Elements series. As you’ll recall, the series consists of three expressions flanking the M&H Classic (reviewed here). The series is available from the distillery shop as a tasting pack, which is what I recieved for these reviews. Each of these expressions highlights…

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Malt Whisky Yearbook 2021 – A Review

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Malt Whisky Yearbook 2021 – A Review

If there’s one whisky book I diligently make sure I have, it’s Ingvar Ronde’s Malt Whisky Yearbook. When the book landed in my mailbox, delayed as usual because of the Israeli Postal Service, the first place I turned to was the perennially excellent The Year That Was section (on page 260). To me, this section…

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M&H Elements Peated (46%)

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M&H Elements Peated (46%)

Following the very well received M&H Classic (reviewed here), the distillery’s Master Distiller, Tomer Goren, went on to create three permanent expressions, each highlights a cask type used by the distillery to bring out different aspects of its character. This review is the second in this series, following the review for the Wine Cask Matured…

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M&H Elements Red Wine Cask (46%)

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M&H Elements Red Wine Cask (46%)

Following the very well received M&H Classic (reviewed here), the distillery’s Master Distiller, Tomer Goren, went on to create three permanent expressions, each highlights a cask type used by the distillery to bring out different aspects of its character. All three are bottled at 46% ABV, and include: Elements Red Wine Cask – Matured in…

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Milk and Honey Distillery – M&H Staying Alive in Tel Aviv – COVID -19 Edition (55%)

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Milk and Honey Distillery – M&H Staying Alive in Tel Aviv – COVID -19 Edition (55%)

The 2020 Whisky Live Tel Aviv was scheduled for March and like every other whisky event all over the world, was postponed. This expression was supposed to be the Whisky Live bottling, and once it was clear that the event was not going to be held on the alternative dates proposed for mid-May, it was…

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