Berry Bros & Rudd Winter Release 2021 Part 1

Three interesting single cask releases from independent bottler, Berry Bros & Rudd. Drams come from Glenturret and Glen Grant in Scotland and Penderyn in Wales. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.

Fettercairn 16 Year Old 2021 Release

Neill review the latest release from Fettercairn distillery. This 16 year old single malt was matured in ex-sherry casks. Both oloroso and palo cortado solera casks were used to mature the whisky.

Dràm Mòr Single Casks Part 2 (Nov ’21)

Concluding a look at some new releases from Dram Mor. Whiskies come from Glen Moray, Tomatin and Tomintoul distilleries. Whisky Reviews by Neill Murphy.

Dràm Mòr Single Casks Part 1 (Nov ’21)

Neill reviews three interesting single cask whiskies from the Dram Mor group. Whisky comes from Deanston, Speyside and Ben Nevis distilleries.

The Quaich Bar Signature Reserve Collection Part 1

Three single cask single malt whiskies, selected by Frank McHardy for the Quaich Bar in Singapore as part of their new Collector's Club Signature Reserve series.

Ardnamurchan AD/05.15 CK.181

Neill reviews a single cask single malt from Ardnamurchan Distillery, bottled in partnership with the Good Spirits Co of Glasgow.

A Visit to The Glenturret

Glenturret has a reasonable claim to being the oldest working distillery in Scotland. That in itself makes it a must-see but the recent takeover by Lalique has brought some interesting developments. I taste the 2021 release of their 10-year-old Peat Smoked single malt.

Loch Lomond Peated Single Grain

Neill checks out a bizarre whisky from Loch Lomond. Made from peated malted barley it has been distilled in column stills, meaning it can't be called single malt.

Lady of the Glen Single Casks Part 3

Part 3 of a series looking at some single cask releases from Lady of the Glen. There’s four bottlings this time from Tomatin, Dalmunach, Mortlach and Caol Ila. Whisky Reviews by Neill Murphy.

Lady of the Glen Single Casks Part 1

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.

Watt Whisky (& Rum) Batch 3 Part 2

Watt Whisky is the independent bottling arm of the Campbeltown Whisky Company. They have just released their third batch of single cask spirits. Neill reviews two whiskies and a rum.

Douglas Laing “Whisky Discovery” Tasting

A couple of weeks ago I received an invite from the lovely folks at Douglas Laing to join them on a virtual tasting of some forthcoming releases. Naturally I gratefully accepted the offer. The line up featured four drams from their Remarkable Regional Malts range, including new versions of Timorous Beastie, The Epicurean, Scallywag and Big Peat.

SMWS April Tasting Pack

Neill reviews five recent releases from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society. There's two Highland single malts, an island malt, a Speyside and an old single grain.

Tomatin unveil The French Collection

Tomatin has announced the launch of a four-part limited releases series - The French Collection. The collection is a showcase of exceptional whiskies exhibiting the unique influence imparted by different French wine and spirit casks.

Macleod’s Regional Single Malts – Speyside, Highland & Islay

Neill reviews three single malts from Ian MacLeod Distillers. The Regional Malts range offers an introduction to the

The Whisky Works “King of Trees”

Neill reviews King of Trees, an intriguing blended malt from Whyte & MacKay's The Whisky Works... a portion of the blend was finished in a unique Scottish oak cask.