Ardmore 20 Year Old 1996

When you think about peated whisky you rarely think about the Highland region and Ardmore is never close to the top of anyone’s mind. However, Islay should not and does not have a monopoly on peated whiskies. Speaking of Monopoly have you seen the Islay version from a few years ago. I have been on […]

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Glengoyne 25 Year Old

We have looked at a number of Glengoyne’s recently and now its time for the one of the big guns in the range. The 25 Year Old is about as different to the 10 Year Old as you can get. Like I said in that previous review by the time the whisky has been maturing […]

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Glengoyne 10 Year Old

After the previous review of the 18 Year Old from Glengoyne we are knocking it back slightly to the far younger 10 Year Old. Many people would have sequential ordering of their posts or even a post schedule but not here and not me. The 10 year old is the one most closely aligned with […]

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Glengoyne 18 Year Old

I used to¬† use Naked Wines a few years ago because if you drink grapes it has to be red for me. To me white is too tart and pink it too sweet but red is just right. Everyone is different of course but I digress. Naked Wines market this idea of the sweet spot […]

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Glengoyne 12 Year Old

The coming weeks and months might see quite a few Glengoyne articles as they release their new Travel Retail release Legacy: Chapter 1. The whisky in question this time though is far easier to get hold of than a trip to the airside of an airport. The Glengoyne is one of the only whiskies in […]

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Talisker Port Ruighe

Talisker doesn’t get much airtime here and there is a simple reason for that. I am not drinking or buying much of the stuff so can’t write any material on it. Talisker is still for me one of those brands which others rave about but I simply can’t see what holds the interest of the […]

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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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