Posts Tagged “Scotch Whisky”

Laphroaig 16 – 2019 Edition (48%)

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Laphroaig 16 – 2019 Edition (48%)

Mid teen Laphroaig expressions are very promising. Both the old 15 year old and the bincentennary Laphroaig 16 year old were excellent. Re-reading that Laphroaig 16 review, it seems a bit naive given current prices in the market, but that’s an aside. We’re now offered a new Laphroaig 16, fully matured in first fill ex…

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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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GlenAllachie Wood Finish Range – Koval Rye 8, Port 10 and PX 12 (48%)

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GlenAllachie Wood Finish Range – Koval Rye 8, Port 10 and PX 12 (48%)

I’m continuing the rundown on GlenAllachie‘s core range (10CS, 12, 15, 18 and 25), with the new Wood Finish range. While I’m still missing the 10 Year Old Cask Strength, you can get a good idea of what the range is like. This new range was created to show what the spirit can do vis-a-vis…

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GlenAllachie 15 (46%)

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GlenAllachie 15 (46%)

GlenAllachie 15 is the final release of the distillery’s core range. It follows the 10 Year Old Cask Strength, the 12 Year Old, the 18 Year Old and the 25 Year Old. I reviewed three of them earlier, except for the 10 Year Old. I’m now getting to the newly released 15 Year Old, which…

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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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