Neill reviews a 13-year-old small batch single malt bottling from the Lochranza distillery in Arran. The bottling is available exclusively at the distillery.
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.
Jura distillery is among the remotest in Scotland. It stands on an island where deer outnumber people. The Jura Scotch whisky has been going through something of a revival in recent years. The latest incarnation is the Rum Cask Finish. Reviewed by Neill Murphy.
Neill reviews Warehouse 2, a new single malt Scotch whisky from Fettercairn distillery.
Details of the Scotch Malt Whisky Society's Home Dining service.
Neill reviews the 2020 whisky advent calendar from That Boutique-y Whisky Company.
Neill reviews the new budget-friendly single malt from Deanston distillery near Stirling... The Kentucky Cask Matured is bottled at 40% and retails for around £29.
Neill Murphy reviews a special bottling of Balvenie, released in 2018 to celebrate 25 years of their 12 year old DoubleWood single malt.
Neill Murphy reviews the Wolf of Glen Moray, a Scottish Ale from the Windswept Brewing Company, aged in casks that once held single malt from Glen Moray
Neill Murphy reviews “Sherry Bomb” an Islay single malt bottled by Ian Macleod Distillers as part of their “Smokehead” series...
Neill Murphy reviews an affordable sherry cask matured blended malt from Berry Bros & Rudd.
Neill Murphy reviews a 15 year old single malt from the rejuvenated GlenAllachie distillery at the heart of Speyside...
Neill Murphy reviews the Peaty Tang single malt bottling from Tomintoul distillery in Speyside.
Neill Murphy reviews The Story of the Spaniard, a sherry inspired blended malt whisky from Compass Box.
Neill Murphy checks out a tasting pack of four single malt whiskies from That Boutique-y Whisky Company... drams from Teaninich, Auchroisk, Dufftown & Linkwood...
That Boutique-y Whisky Company unveil details of their World Whisk(e)y Summit and Master of Malt offer £5 of the World Whisky Blend.
Neill Murphy reviews three small batch releases from Kilchoman and checks out their Feis Ile 2020 bottling.
Neill Murphy tastes and reviews a 22 year old single grain from Douglas Laing & Co. bottled as the “Easter Edition” of their Old Particular range.
Neill Murphy reviews two single cask Speyside whiskies from the intriguing Solaria Series... Bottled by The Whisky Illuminati...
Neill Murphy reviews a 2006 vintage, single cask single malt from Old Pulteney bottled exclusively for The W Club - members club at the Whisky Shop.