Glengoyne whiskies pride themselves on their unique whisky making process, boasting to be the slowest distillation process in Scotland. It seems fitting then that my first dalliance with a Glengoyne whisky is with something that has also been maturing and milling around for a long time too: at least 18 years anyway. The distillery markets … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Glengoyne – 18 Years Old
When it comes to scotch whiskies, heritage is an important driver in ensuring quality of a distillery's product. Strathisla distillery in Keith is no exception to this and boats to be the oldest operational distillery in the Highlands of Scotland. The distillery is also home to the Chivas Regal whisky blends which are probably far … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Strathisla – 12 Years Old
Well here we have a 22+ year old whisky from the Speyside kings at Glen Moray. This expression sits outside of the distillery’s standard offerings from within their Elgin ranges and so offers up something rare and limited that fans of the distillery will no doubt wish to get their hands on. The competition to … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Glen Moray – 1994 Sherry Cask Finish (Distillery Edition)
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