A brief look at Scotch whisky's Gaelic connection and a review of Bunnahabhain's Aonadh single malt. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
Lady of the Glen is an independent bottler of Scotch whiskies. They release single cask and small batch whiskies from distilleries all over Scotland. Whisky Reviews by Neill Murphy.
Sailmaker is the latest release in the Clydebuilt blended malt Scotch whisky series from Ardgowan Distillery. It's created by combining six different sherry-matured single malts.
Lady of the Glen is an independent bottler of Scotch Whisky. In this review, Neill Murphy checks out four unique bottlings from Longmorn, Blair Athol, Tamnavulin and Bunnahabhain.
Port Ruighe is named after Portree on the Isle of Skye and celebrates the bold seafarers who shipped port wine from Oporto to Scotland, many generations ago. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
Diageo-owned Dufftown Distillery forms a trio with Glen Ord and Glendullan. Together, they contribute to The Singleton Single Malt Scotch Whisky brand. Neill Murphy reviews the 18-year-old Singleton Dufftown.
Hypernova is the latest Committee Release bottle from Ardbeg. Peated to 170ppm, it is officially the smokiest ever release from Ardbeg. Whisky Reviews by Neill Murphy.
Lady of the Glen is an independent bottler based in Fife, Scotland. They specialise in single cask and small batch bottlings of Scotch whiskies. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
St. Bridget's Kirk is a blended malt Scotch whisky from independent bottler, Lady of the Glen. The brand is named after a ruined medieval church in the village of Dalgety Bay in Fife, Scotland.
A spooky Hallowe'en-themed whisky review. A dram of Glasgow 1770 single malt Scotch whisky and the grisly tale of the Pollok Witch Trials. Whisky Reviews by Neill Murphy.
Three single cask whiskies from independent bottler, Dram Mor. The drams come from Benrinnes, Highland Park and Glenturret. Whisky Reviews by Neill Murphy.
Dram Mor is an independent bottler based out of Dumbarton, Scotland. Their latest batch contains single cask single malts from Dalmunach, Macduff and Loch Lomond distilleries. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
Exciting news about a new website and mobile application that appeals to all levels of aged spirits lovers. Distilando is available now on iOS and Android.
Neill reviews the latest crop of single cask and small batch Scotch whiskies from independent bottler, Watt Whisky. The drams come from Glen Spey, Blair Athol, Craigellachie, Orkney and Ardmore.
Man o' Sword is a peated single malt Scotch whisky from Annandale Distillery in the lowlands of Scotland. This single cask expression was matured in a STR Cask. Man o' Sword is named after Robert the Bruce.
The Small Batch Series is a new range of limited edition single malts from Glasgow 1770 Scotch whisky. The series launches with Tequila Cask and Cognac Cask finishes. Whisky reviews by Neill Murphy.
Neill Murphy reviews a long discontinued Islay single malt from Bruichladdich distillery. Port Charlotte An Turas Mor was originally released in 2012.
Neill Murphy reviews two single cask releases from Goldfinch Whisky's Paloma range. The whiskies come from Linkwood and Ardmore distilleries and each has been finished in a Palo Cortado sherry cask.
An intriguing 15 year old single grain Scotch whisky from Girvan distillery, bottled by Dramfool independent bottlers. The whisky was aged 12 years before being transferred to an oloroso octave from "Avian Gull".
Neill reviews the flagship 12-year-old single malt Scotch whisky from Highland distillery, Dalmore. He also takes a look at an interesting period in the distilleries history.