Singleton of Dufftown 18 Year Old

The Singleton of Dufftown brand is one of those brands which has been heavily engineered and modernised on top of an older distillery dating back to the end of the Victorian era. The 18 year old is the oldest single malt in the range which looks to be available and one I didn’t even know […]

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Glen Moray Classic Port Cask Finish

If there was one brand which owns the entry level single malt sector it would be Glen Moray and their Classic’s range. The distillery has a complete range of whiskies all available for under £30 in the UK and I have been remiss to have not mentioned them here before now. The Distillery The Glen […]

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Bowmore Vault Edition 1

I haven’t tried much if any Bowmore since visiting the distillery in 2017. I really enjoyed staying in the cottages and the tour was excellent. The distillery has a long tradition and was even used as a divisional headquarters during the Second World War. Today though there is a certain negativity in its reception from […]

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Glenturret Peated

In the final instalment of my trip to Glenturret I will be mentioning the peated version of Glenturret. The NAS bottle which is part of the Glenturret core range until a new range is developed by the new owners. The warehouse tour on which I tasted this whisky is all laid out in a previous […]

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Glenturrent Single Cask 1987

Carrying on the theme of listing the whiskies from the warehouse tour at Glenturret in the dying embers of 2018 we move on to a single cask. Before continuing though to get an idea of the distillery and what a visit is like see my article on the subject Distillery Visit: Glenturret The Dram In the […]

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The Glenturret 30 Year Old

I recently visited The Glenturret distillery and tried among other things the oldest whisky in their core range. The 30 year old single malt whisky which looks to only be available from the distillery itself. Before reading on if you haven’t already check out my article on my day there at Distillery Visit: Glenturret The Dram […]

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Distillery Visit: Glenturret

The question I get asked a lot is always a compound question. What distillery in Scotland should I visit and when should I go. Which distillery in Scotland to visit is very subjective I would go to anything which you have a knowledge and appreciation for their products in the first instance. Coming into the […]

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