Tasting Notes: Glen Moray – 1994 Sherry Cask Finish (Distillery Edition)

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)

Tasting Notes: The English Whisky Co – Chapter 16 – Peated Sherry Cask

Okay, so for those of you who have read our previous post about the WU visit to the English Whisky Co’s new shop/café/chutney-outlet, you will know that we weren’t exactly blown away by their hospitality (see here, if not). Having said that, it didn’t stop the wallets coming out and bottles being bought. After surveying … Continue reading Tasting Notes: The English Whisky Co – Chapter 16 – Peated Sherry Cask

Tasting Notes: Compass Box – Double Single

Sat within Compass Box’s Limited Edition Range is the Double Single blended scotch whisky. For this release, the blenders have sought to demonstrate that a blended whisky need not feature fractional components of dozens of whiskies to create an enjoyable blended whisky experience. Based on this premise, the whisky gets its name from the fact … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Compass Box – Double Single