Posts Tagged “Speyside”

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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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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Goren’s Whisky Mortlach 1995, 21 Year Old (51.8%)

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Goren’s Whisky Mortlach 1995, 21 Year Old (51.8%)

Tomer Goren hits one out of the park with this independently bottled 1995 Mortlach. Tomer is the very talented head distiller of Milk and Honey Distillery in Tel Aviv, Israel’s purveyor of  Whisky Live Tel-Aviv, and the owner of Goren’s Whisky, bottling its fourth single cask, at natural cask strength. The first two casks were…

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The GlenAllachie 25 (46%)

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The GlenAllachie 25 (46%)

The highest bottling in the new GlenAllachie core range is the 25 year old. This is a pretty complex dram, yet despite being a lot more complex than the 18 year old, which I found somewhat pedestrian, this dram has a herbal note which isn’t to my liking. Is it strange that my favorite whisky…

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