Tasting Notes: Bruichladdich – 10 Years Old (The Whisky Cellar)

Based out of Edinburgh, The Whisky Cellar is a brand borne out of the the work of one man: Keith Bonnington. The name may appear familiar to readers of this blog and/or those familiar with recent scotch whisky history. Having earned his stripes through Edrington, Keith has recently flown solo, using those contacts and tastebuds … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Bruichladdich – 10 Years Old (The Whisky Cellar)

Press Release: New Spirits Brand J.G. Thomson & Co. Launches

A TASTE OF THE EXTRAORDINARY FROM EDINBURGH AS J.G. THOMSON & CO UNVEILS AWARD-WINNING FIRST COLLECTION OF SMALL BATCH SPIRITS Small batch spirits with simple ingredients and complex flavours are the order of the day for new J.G. Thomson & Co brand A first and already award-winning collection of small batch spirits with simple ingredients … Continue reading Press Release: New Spirits Brand J.G. Thomson & Co. Launches

Tasting Notes: Wemyss Malts – Smoky Nectar (Caol Ila 1983)

Since 2005 the Wemyss family have been crafting a series of blended malt whiskies with great success. The family-run business have used a rolling team of blending experts, including industry icon Charles Maclean, along with their own senses to create a solid output of blended whiskies. The core range of blends, features a trio of tipples each … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Wemyss Malts – Smoky Nectar (Caol Ila 1983)