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.

Darkness “Intensely Sherried Whisky”

Darkness is a range of interesting whiskies from Atom Brands. Both Irish and Scotch single malt have been finished in sherry octaves for an intense sherry oak character.

Benriach Core Range

Four new whiskies from Benriach distillery. Part of a new core range of single malt whisky bottlings. Also some discussion about recent policy changes at Glendronach.

Glenallachie unveils oldest core release to date

Speyside distillery. Glenallachie is launching its oldest core-range bottling yet: The GlenAllachie 30 year old Cask Strength Batch 1 Single Malt Scotch Whisky. The new addition to the flagship-range is the first in a series of annual small-batch releases, with only 2,000 bottles available worldwide.

The Lakes Whiskymaker’s Reserve No. 4

The Lakes distillery released its first single malt whisky in 2019. The Whiskymaker's Reserve is now in its fourth incarnation and comes bottled at 52% abv. This sherry-led single malt retails for around £65 a bottle.

Stauning Danish Whisky – Rye, Kaos, Peat

Neill from WhiskyReviews.net tastes three whiskies from Stauning distillery in Denmark. Rye, Peat and Kaos. Stauning is the first whisky distillery in the Kingdom of Denmark.