Ardmore Traditional

This site has reviewed a couple of Ardmore’s now and all have been pretty weird and unusual. Not least the Claxton’s Ardmore 8 Year Old for A Dram A Day  from last year which was matured in an ex-Laphroaig quarter cask. However, there was one bottle which wasn’t weird but sweet, enjoyable and smoky and […]

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Tormore 13 Year Old (Gordon & MacPhail Discovery)

The last review was on a Balblair from G&M’s new discovery series which has just been released. The second green bottle in the new series is this 13 year old from Tormore. The last whisky was soft and gentle with bags of sweet fruity notes. Will the Tormore be more of the same or something […]

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Aberfeldy 16 Year Old

In our last review Aultmore 12 Year Old we spoke at length about the Dewer’s family of distilleries. I made the bold statement that Aberfeldy is the poor relation in the family only to be found in supermarkets and Amazon’s Deal of the Day. Statements which I stand by of course but there is an […]

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Aultmore 12 Year Old

The Aultmore range of single malt whiskies is a brand which has been heavily worked and invested in these last couple of years. The owners Bacardi own 5 distilleries in Scotland including Aberfeldy, Craigellachie, Macduff and Royal Brackla. With a portfolio of five distilleries Bacardi can afford to attack different segments of the market simultaneously. […]

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