Posts Tagged “Highlands”

Deanston 2006, 12 Year Old Fino Finish (55%)

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Deanston 2006, 12 Year Old Fino Finish (55%)

I’m beginning a review of the Distell Limited Edition for 2019, and we’ll start with the 2006 Fino Finish.   This release includes eight expressions, three each from Deanston and Bunnahabhain, and two from Tobermory, a Tobermory and a Ledaig: Deanston 1997 21 Year Old Palo Cortado Finish Deanston 2002 16 Year Old Organic Oloroso…

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A Quartet of GlenDronach Single Casks from 1992, 1993 and 1994 Bottled for The Whisky World

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A Quartet of GlenDronach Single Casks from 1992, 1993 and 1994 Bottled for The Whisky World

Sean Russell has tasted a quartet of GlenDronach single casks bottled for Abe at The Whisky World shop an online shop with two physical locations in London. We’ll be reviewing all four casks together in this one post. We’ll take them on one cask at a time…. GlenDronach 19 Years Old 1994, Cask #279, Pedro…

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GlenDronach Cask Strength Batch 8 (61%)

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GlenDronach Cask Strength Batch 8 (61%)

Here we have a review of the new GlenDronach Cask Strength Batch 8 by Sean Russell, our resident GlenDronach maven. Another long wait of nearly 15 months for the latest edition of the Cask Strength series, and we were all wondering what the delay was. But it’s now finally here so we’re all anticipating whether…

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GlenDronach’s Missing Port Pipe from Sean Russell’s Batch 17 Review – Cask 5976 (55.6)

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GlenDronach’s Missing Port Pipe from Sean Russell’s Batch 17 Review – Cask 5976 (55.6)

If you read the original post of Sean Russell’s review of Batch 17, you’ll recall that the European Port pipe wasn’t included in the review due to a technical difficulty. It has been added in the original post, but is also offered here for those who just want to make up the missing review.  …

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GlenDronach – Batch 17 Reviewed by Sean Russell

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GlenDronach – Batch 17 Reviewed by Sean Russell

Sean Russell runs the GlenDronach Appreciation Society on Facebook, and has been reviewing GlenDronach releases on Malt and Oak for the past few years. Here’s his take on Batch 17: It’s been 18 months since I reviewed batch 16 – and it feels more like 18 years. Time has gone very slowly between the two…

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