Neill Murphy discusses the harmonious relationship between whisky and music.
Neill Murphy reviews Corriecravie, a sherry-finished single malt from Arran’s newest distillery, Lagg
Neill Murphy recommends five budget-friendly Scotch Whiskies. Five whiskies under £40. Bunnahabhain. Glen Moray. MacLean’s Nose. Dumbarton Rock. Murray McDavid.
Neill Murphy reviews a 10 year old single cask single malt from Benrinnes Distillery in Speyside. The whisky is bottled by independent bottler Dràm Mòr.
Cutty Sark is a blended Scotch whisky with a history almost as long as the clipper ship it was named after. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
Neill Murphy reviews a 12 year old single malt from Royal Brackla Distillery. The whisky has been finished in oloroso sherry casks and bottled at 46% abv.
Neill Murphy reviews The Sassenach, a blended Scotch Whisky from Sam Heughan, star of the successful TV show, Outlander
The Goldfinch Wine Series consists of five casks of Blair Athol single malt. Each one has been finished for 18 months in an unusual wine cask. Reviewed by Neill Murphy.
Pictish Beastie is a new blended Scotch from Fib Whisky, an independent bottler based in Fife, Scotland. Neill Murphy reviews.
Neill Murphy reviews an affordable blended malt from Fable, an independent bottler with a focus on Scottish folklore.
Neill Murphy explores a crucial period in the history of Balblair and samples the core range, 12 year old single malt Scotch whisky.
Neill reviews five exceptional single casks from independent bottler, Dràm Mòr. Single malt Scotch whisky reviews…
Neill Murphy reviews some single cask whiskies from Watt Whisky. Drams from Caol Ila, Speyside, the Highlands and a couple of blends.
Neill Murphy samples and reviews the Bhlas Tasting Glass - an unusual but ultimately rewarding piece of whisky glassware.
MacLean's Nose is a budget-friendly new blended Scotch whisky from the team behind Ardnamurchan Distillery and Adelphi.
Glenglassaugh Distillery announces a new portfolio of single malts, including a new flagship 12-year-old bottling.
Neill Murphy reviews Highland Park Viking Scars, a 10-year-old single malt Scotch whisky from Orkney, Scotland.
Neill Murphy reviews Glen Moray Twisted Vine, a new single malt Scotch whisky from the La Martiniquaise-owned Speyside distillery.
Neill Murphy reviews a single cask single malt Scotch whisky from Benrinnes Distillery in Speyside, bottled by Single Cask Nation.
Neill Murphy reviews an 18-year-old Croftengea from Loch Lomond Distillery, bottled by independent bottler, Single Cask Nation.