Details emerge of the first ever virtual Spirit of Speyside festival...
Neill reviews a pair of whiskies from the States, bottled by That Boutique-y Whisky Company. A 3 year old Rye from James E. Pepper, finished in Oloroso and a 2 year old Bourbon from Reservoir.
Neill reviews an 18 year old single malt distilled at Caol Ila, the largest distillery on the isle of Islay.
Neill reviews an 11 year old single malt from Glen Scotia distillery in Campbeltown. The Sherry Double Cask Finish.
Neill reviews the Tamnavulin Sherry Cask Edition, a recent-ish release from the Whyte & MacKay-owned Speyside distillery.
Neill reviews Lidl's super-affordable Ben Bracken Speyside single malt.
Neill reviews an interesting peated single malt from the underappreciated Glenglassaugh distillery.
Neill reviews Valfather, the third single malt in Highland Park's Viking Legend series...
Neill reviews one of the newer releases from the Arran Lochranza distillery, the sherry cask matured "bodega".
Neill reviews the Auchentoshan American Oak Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky...
Neill marks 400 reviews with a special drop from Bruichladdich. Black Art 7.1 is a 25 year old unpeated Islay single malt.
Whisky news: details begin to emerge of plans for a virtual version of the Spirit of Speyside festival.
Neill reviews two single cask whiskies from the Dram Mor Group - distilled at Tullibardine and Linkwood.
Three value for money single cask single malts from Skene Whisky. Distilled at Blair Athol, Tomatin and Bunnahabhain.
Neill rounds off 2020 with a review of the 18 year old "Allardice" single malt from The Glendronach distillery.
Neill reviews the third single cask bottling for the Friends of Bruichladdich group - an 11 year old single malt matured in an Israeli cabernet sauvignon cask.
Neill reviews five single cask bottlings from The Whisky Cellar "Private Cellars Selection". Drams from Cameronbridge, Teaninich, Benriach and Glenallachie.
Neill reviews the new Winter Cask Edition single malt whisky from the Isle of Jura distillery.
Neill celebrates his 40th birthday and 5 years of WhiskyReviews with a 40 year old blended scotch from North Star Spirits.
Neill delves into the dark side of the scotch whisky industry and reviews a 21 year old Deanston single malt, bottled by Murray McDavid.