Posts Tagged “Whisky Tasting Notes”

Golani Distillery Brewer’s Whisky 4 – ‘Never Mix Beer and Wine’ (50%)

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Golani Distillery Brewer’s Whisky 4 – ‘Never Mix Beer and Wine’ (50%)

Golani Distillery is at it again, and this time with three whiskies released this month. I’ll start with the Brewer’s Whisky, as this is a straight line in continuity in a series that’s four strong at this point. I’ll remind you that in the review of the third Brewer’s Whisky, ‘OMG, this is Goood!’, I…

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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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Milk and Honey Distillery – The Last one – Young Single Malt (46%)

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Milk and Honey Distillery – The Last one – Young Single Malt (46%)

The end of 2018 marks the third full year of operations at the Milk and Honey distillery in Tel Aviv. It thus marks, also, the last of the “not yet whisky” single malts, dubbed “Young Single Malt”. This edition, the fourth ‘Young Single Malt’, however, is different than the others. The Last One previews the…

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 Two GlenAllachie Single Casks, 1989 Sherry Cask (60.3%) and 2005 Ex-Bourbon (62.6%)

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 Two GlenAllachie Single Casks, 1989 Sherry Cask (60.3%) and 2005 Ex-Bourbon (62.6%)

GlenAllachie released a series of eight single casks for the UK market yesterday. The release ranges from three older releases: two 1989 casks (sherry and bourbon, the sherry is reviewed below), and a 1990 ex bourbon cask, to five tweens. There’s a 2005 ex bourbon barrel, an ex bourbon cask from 2006 (reviewed below) as…

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The GlenAllechie 18 (46%)

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The GlenAllechie 18 (46%)

It took me some time to get around to publishing the rest of the series of the official bottlings of the distillery. You’ll recall that I very much liked the GlenAllachie 12.  I’m continuing the series with the GlenAllechie 18 year old, to be followed by the 25 year old and the 10 year old…

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