Posts Tagged “Sherry”

Two Dràm Mòr 9 Year Old Glenrothes, Muscatel and Spanish Red Wine Finishes

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Two Dràm Mòr 9 Year Old Glenrothes, Muscatel and Spanish Red Wine Finishes

I have to be honest about the state of the industry, and this general comment has nothing to do with the specific bottler or these bottles.  I’ll just come out and say it: I’m really happy I’m not an independent bottler at this junction. What we’re seeing out there from most independent bottlers (at least…

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Gordon and MacPhail Bruichladdich 1964, 29 Years Old, Casks 3670, 3671, 3672 (50.6% ABV)

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Gordon and MacPhail Bruichladdich 1964, 29 Years Old, Casks 3670, 3671, 3672 (50.6% ABV)

Funny how chance sometimes leads you to pour part of a mini some friends made sure you’d get to taste, and as you nose it you take note of the fact that the 56th distillation anniversary is just a couple of days away (and is today!)…. This is one of those drams that will actually…

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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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Dràm Mòr Glenrothes 10 Year Old, Oloroso Finish, Cask 5280 (58%)

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Dràm Mòr Glenrothes 10 Year Old, Oloroso Finish, Cask 5280 (58%)

Dràm Mòr is a new independent bottler on the market, with a current four bottle offering: This Glenrothes 10 year old, Glen Garioch 8 year old, Caol Ila 6 year old and a sherry finished Benriach, offered at 11 years of age, after a two year finish in Oloroso sherry casks. The bottler offers single…

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Two Glen Garioch Single 1968 Sherry Casks Doing A Head to Head – From the Saddest Year Since 1797

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Two Glen Garioch Single 1968 Sherry Casks Doing A Head to Head – From the Saddest Year Since 1797

1968 was a horrible year for Glen Garioch. A drought was ravishing Islay, and DCL/SMD was worried about the supply of peated whisky for its blends three years hence. It was decided that one of the many DCL Highland distilleries would be switched to distilling heavily peated whisky. Glen Garioch was the go-to selection, as…

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