Neill completes his review of the latest releases from independent bottler, Lady of the Glen. The drams come from Glenrothes, Benrinnes and Linkwood distilleries. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy
Lady of the Glen is an independent bottler of Scotch whiskies. Neill reviews three single cask releases from their Summer 2022 batch. Drams from North British, Dufftown and Tomatin distilleries.
Lady of the Glen is an independent bottler of Scotch whiskies. Neill reviews three single cask expressions, including malts from Knockdhu and Glen Elgin and Batch 2 of the St. Bridget's Kirk Blended Malt.
Neill checks out Starward's Unexpeated Australian Single Malt Whisky. Matured in wine casks and finished in an ex-Islay cask it's bottled at 48% and retails at £80.
Lidl have offered some excellent value in their whiskies over the years. Glen Orchy is a 5 year old blended malt Scotch whisky that only costs £15.99. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
Concluding a tasting of Watt Whisky single cask Scotch whiskies with two intriguing drams. The first is a blend of Campbeltown malts. The second is a 17 year old malt from an undisclosed Highland Distillery.
Watt Whisky is an independent bottler based out of Campbeltown, Scotland. Their latest batch of single cask releases include single malts from Auchroisk and Clynelish Distilleries. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
Watt Whisky is an indepdendent bottler of Scotch whisky based in Campbeltown, Scotland. Their latest batch of bottlings includes a Loch Lomond single malt and Dumbarton single grain. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
Alinta is a peated single malt produced at lowland Scotch whisky distillery, Bladnoch. Bladnoch is the most southerly distillery in Scotland and has a long and storied history.
Neill reviews two single cask single malt whiskies bottled by Dram Mor independent bottlers. The whisky was distilled in 2015 at Tullibardine Distillery in Scotland.
Neill reviews three exciting new single cask releases from independent bottler, Dram Mor. Single malt Scotch whisky from Glenglassaugh, Ben Nevis and Inchfad (Loch Lomond) distilleries.
Neill reviews two exclusive bottlings for Tyndrum Whisky at the Green Welly Stop. The first is a blended malt from Douglas Laing - Big Peat Tyndrum Gold. The second is a 23 year old single malt from Gordon & MacPhail, distilled in 1998 at Linkwood.
Neill revisits an old favourite, the Lagavulin 8-year-old single malt Scotch whisky from Islay. Some say there has been a decline in the quality of Lagavulin but is that true or have people's tastes moved on?
Neill Murphy reviews a single cask single malt Scotch whisky from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS). Cask No28.75 Teuchter Flaneur. Distilled at Tulllibardine in the Scottish Highlands.
A Visit to Ardlussa This little piece may set alarm bells ringing among long-term readers of this blog but I'd like to assure you all that whisky is still the main focus of things around here. Gin really isn't my drink. Or at least, Gin & Tonic isn't my drink. Over the years I've done … Continue reading Lussa Gin Bramble Liqueur
The Woodsman is an affordable blended Scotch whisky from Whyte & Mackay
Exciting news as Elixir Distillers announce deal to purchase Tormore Distillery in Speyside from Pernod Ricard.
Neill takes a first taste of Finnish Rye Whisky from the Kyro team.
The Islay Festival runs every year in May / June. Each distillery releases (at least one) special edition bottlings. Neill reviews a 15-year-old single malt offering from Bowmore.
A Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey from the revived Samuel Gelston's brand. Finished in Pinot Noir casks from New Zealand