Neill reviews five single cask Scotch whiskies from independent bottler, Watt Whisky.
Neill Murphy reviews some single cask whiskies from Watt Whisky. Drams from Caol Ila, Speyside, the Highlands and a couple of blends.
Neill Murphy reviews a Watt Whisky Tomintoul single malt that's been aged for 12 years - including 14 months in a ruby port cask.
Neill Murphy reviews a single cask Watt Whisky Tormore single malt, aged for 12 years and bottled at 59.3%.
Neill Murphy reviews a 30-year-old Watt Whisky Cameronbridge Single Grain Scotch whisky. Bottled at 45.6%.
Neill reviews a Watt Whisky Glasgow single malt Scotch whisky from a single sherry butt. The spirit is 5 years old and retails for £70.
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.
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.
Watt Whisky is the independent bottling arm of the Campbeltown Whisky Company. In this article, Neill reviews four of their latest releases. There's a single grain, two single malt Scotch whiskies and a malt from Israeli distillery, Milk & Honey.
Three exciting single cask single malts from Speyside distillery bottled by independent bottler, Watt Whisky. Drams from Tormore, Glen Spey and Imperial. Whisky Reviews by Neill Murphy.
Three new single cask releases from the lovely folks at Watt Whisky. Single malts from Orkney and Islay and a fine 18-year-old blended Scotch. Whisky Reviews written by Neill Murphy.
Neill checks out three single cask releases from Watt Whisky. There's a 13 year old Linkwood from Speyside, 9 year old Ardmore and a Campbeltown blended malt.
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.
Neill reviews three new single cask releases from Watt Whisky. There's a 9 year old Arran single malt, 10 year old Caol Ila from Islay and a 10 year old blended Scotch.
Neill reviews five new single cask releases from Watt Whisky. Drams from Girvan, Allt-a-bhainne, Inchgower, Dailuaine and an undisclosed Orkney.
Neill reviews the first batch of spirits from Watt Whisky, the independent bottling arm of the Campbeltown Whisky Company Ltd.
Details of the first release from the Campbeltown Whisky Company's "Watt Whisky" label.