Tasting Notes: Penderyn – Sherrywood

Since Penderyn originally launched their Madeira cask aged whisky as their core release, its Sherrywood sibling has never been too far behind. The Sherrywood release sits within Penderyn’s Welsh Gold or “Aur Cymru” range. [ed: Look out for the little AC nods and references within their packaging!] Aur Cymru Welsh Gold is extremely rare and... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes: Glenfarclas – 105

This is a post that warrants something of a potted history lesson. Glenfarclas was founded in 1830 in what is now more commonly known as the Speyside region of Scotland [ed: though they still prefer to call themselves a Highland single malt]. That distillery has been run in the hands of the same family since... Continue Reading →

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