Posts Tagged “Sherry”

Tobermory 2005 Fino Cask Finish, 12 Year Old (55.1%)

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Tobermory 2005 Fino Cask Finish, 12 Year Old (55.1%)

Burn Stewart Distillers is one of the only multi distillery owning companies that I can truly say that I have a real affinity for each of the four brands in the portfolio, Bunnahabhain, Tobermory, Ledaig and Deanston. In fact, I have multiple bottles from each of their distilleries in my cabinet, and coming to think…

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Oban 21, Diageo Special Releases 2018 (57.9%)

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Oban 21, Diageo Special Releases 2018 (57.9%)

At the Whisky Show, I got to taste most of the 2018 Special Releases. The Show merits its own report, and I’ll be reviewing a few of the Special Releases. Oban, however, has a special place in my heart. Oban is an almost hidden gem in the Diageo portfolio. Indeed, the 14 is fairly well…

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GlenDronach 18 1995 cask 1732 for premiumcask.de (54.6%)

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GlenDronach 18 1995 cask 1732 for premiumcask.de (54.6%)

GlenDronach single casks are always fun to try, especially those that are bottled for specific shops. Those tend to be well selected, and with the 1995 GlenDronach casks, that’s a good thing, since as the distillery was nearing being mothballed, the casks were spottier. This one, however, is definitely not! It is, however, a bit…

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Aberlour Casg Annamh, Batch 001 (48%)

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Aberlour Casg Annamh, Batch 001 (48%)

Aberlour have basically doubled the price on one of our malthead staple expressions, the A’bunadh. Naturally, we’re looking for a replacement, and here pops up a new expression, that seems to be winking toward our demographic. It’s 48% ABV, non colored and non chill filtered. Our first thought is “Yay! this replaces the A’bunadh”. We…

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The GlenAllachie 12 (46%)

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The GlenAllachie 12 (46%)

Yes, the new GlenAllachie core range (or Foundation Range, as the distillery calls it) does start with a 10 year old, but it isn’t really the entry level expression for the range. Thus, I’ll begin my review of the range with the 12 year old, and move forward from there. We’ll start off with noting…

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