Lady of the Glen is an independent bottler of Scotch whiskies. In this article Neill reviews three of their recent releases including bottles from Blair Athol, Port Dundas and Benrinnes.
Neill reviews another three single casks from Watt Whisky. This time they come from Glen Elgin in Speyside, Port Dundas in Glasgow and Paul John in Goa, India.
Neill checks out three single cask releases from Watt Whisky. There's a 13 year old Linkwood from Speyside, 9 year old Ardmore and a Campbeltown blended malt.
The Black Axe is a blended malt whisky from Biggar and Leith's Gladstone Axe brand. The whisky is inspired by William Gladstone, four-time prime minister of the UK.
Neill tours Lagg distillery in Arran and tastes a single cask distillery exclusive Machrie Moor single malt. Machrie Moor is a peated malt produced at Lochranza distillery.
Three single malts from the GlenAllachie distillery in Speyside. Each has been finished in a wine cask. There's a Grattamacco cask from Italy along with Sauternes and Rioja versions. Whisky reviews written by Neill Murphy.
Three more fascinating drams from Murray McDavid, independent bottler. There's a 10 year old single grain from Girvan, an 11 year old blended malt called The Speysiders and a blended Scotch whisky called Half n' Half.
Neill Murphy tastes a pair of single malt Scotch whiskies from the Tamnavulin distillery in Speyside. Each has been finished in wine casks. The first in French Cabernet Sauvignon, the second in German Pinot Noir.
Neill reviews a pair of blended malt Scotch whiskies, released by independent bottler That Boutique-y Whisky Company. Blended Malt No 4 is aged for 6 years while Blended Malt No 1 is 18 years old.