Tasting Notes: Dumbarton – 32 Years Old (Claxton’s)

One of the benefits of tasting whisky from an independent bottler is that you are sometimes able to access some of the more rare whisky distilleries' products, and occasionally, if you're lucky enough, that can be some of the final stock from a distillery that is no longer around today. Claxton's Spirits have done just that … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Dumbarton – 32 Years Old (Claxton’s)

Tasting Notes: Invergordon – 21 Years Old (Douglas Laing)

Douglas Laing & Co (not to be confused with Hunter Laing) have a history steeped in whisky, having been independently bottling whiskies since 1948. With their history and enviable stock of old and rare casks, the Old Particular series of whiskies displays their premium collection of hand-selected casks - only exceeded by their Xtra Old … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Invergordon – 21 Years Old (Douglas Laing)

Tasting Notes: Invergordon – 30 Years Old (Robert Graham)

Originally established as a tobacconists in 1894, Robert Graham has a longstanding reputation within the cigar world. Since a buyout and expansion in 2002 however, the brand has ventured into the scotch whisky world (so often paired with cigars) and started releasing their own independent bottlings just a year later. This particular expression sits within … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Invergordon – 30 Years Old (Robert Graham)