Craigellachie 13 Year Old

The last couple of years has seen the Craigellachie brand rocket in popularity. Widely recognised as one of the more acquired tastes it has won praise from the media and competition judges. Currently, being marketed as a premium product with apparently the credentials to match. Today we review the entry level 13 year old (because […]

Peat’s Beast

I like my peat whisky and I like to try new ones so this one sounds interesting. I have not heard of this before or the bottler Fox Fitzgerald so it has to be tried. The Bottler The Fox Fitzgerald company was founded in 2010 by Eamonn Jones and Aidan Smith which work as part […]

Laphroaig Triple Wood

I quite like Laphroaig just now and certainly much more than I used to. The triple wood appears to be a marmite dram which equal numbers of disappointed and satisfied customers. The Triple Wood is a no age statement expression which was originally just for the travel retail sector. In the past I have always […]

Strathearn Cask 13 – 4 Year old

This month’s sample from Whisky-Me is something very new and very rare from a new distillery in Perth Scotland. The Distillery The Strathearn distillery is a farm based distillery which is one of the newer and smaller whisky distilleries in Scotland. They also make gin and rum alongside distilling and maturing whisky. The distillery employ […]

Connemara Peated

The Connemara Peated was previously review by my brother. I got a sample of it recently so I thought it would be interesting to write my own review just to see how different two people can find the same whisky. The previous review is linked at Connemara Peated Single Malt Review Tasting Notes Colour – lemon […]

Laphroaig 10 Year Old

We are taking things back to basics with this article. Many a whisky blog will contain articles about whiskies too rare/expensive/sold out/old for you to actually go out and buy so this is the tonic to soothe your soul. The standard Laphroaig 10 is a classic example of an ongoing core release which stamps the […]