Posts Tagged “Whisky Tasting Notes”

Bunnahabhain Feis Ile 2019 – Mòine French Oak 2008 (57.4%)

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Bunnahabhain Feis Ile 2019 – Mòine French Oak 2008 (57.4%)

This is one of three bottles Bunnahabhain offered for the Islay Festival this year, and the only Mòine: 2008 Bunnahabhain Mòine French Oak Finish (57.4%) – 1872 bottles. 2001 Bunnahabhain Sauternes Finish (54.2%) – 1188 bottles from Sauternes hogsheads where the whisky was finished for five years, coming from ex-bourbon casks. 1988 Bunnahabhain Champagne Cask…

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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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GlenDronach’s Missing Port Pipe from Sean Russell’s Batch 17 Review – Cask 5976 (55.6)

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GlenDronach’s Missing Port Pipe from Sean Russell’s Batch 17 Review – Cask 5976 (55.6)

If you read the original post of Sean Russell’s review of Batch 17, you’ll recall that the European Port pipe wasn’t included in the review due to a technical difficulty. It has been added in the original post, but is also offered here for those who just want to make up the missing review.  …

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GlenDronach – Batch 17 Reviewed by Sean Russell

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GlenDronach – Batch 17 Reviewed by Sean Russell

Sean Russell runs the GlenDronach Appreciation Society on Facebook, and has been reviewing GlenDronach releases on Malt and Oak for the past few years. Here’s his take on Batch 17: It’s been 18 months since I reviewed batch 16 – and it feels more like 18 years. Time has gone very slowly between the two…

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Kingsbarns Dream to Dram (46%)

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Kingsbarns Dream to Dram (46%)

Kingsbarns is truly the story of a dream turning into a dram. If there’s something Scotland is known for just as much as whisky, it’s golf, and this is a story of how both met in the mind of Douglas Clement, who was a caddie at the Kingsbarns Golf Links for over a dozen years….

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