Tasting Notes: Johnnie Walker – Green Label

For over 200 years, the name Johnnie Walker has been synonymous with blended scotch whisky. Since John Walker’s first blends of “Old Highland Whisky” in the family’s grocery store, the name and brand has built and built to become the biggest name in scotch whisky globally. The history of the business has become an immersive... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes: Talisker – Storm

Talisker is one of the first names that scotch whisky drinkers will encounter on their spirit(ed) journey. Its name evokes mental images of the rugged Isle of Skye and their whiskies’ flavours make those images come to life. That might all sound a bit grand and romantic but that’s my impression of Talisker and it... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes: Talisker – 10 Years Old

Tucked away on the Isle of Skye, Talisker is (at the time of writing!) the only operational distillery on the island and offers up a dram that is distinctive and delivers all the characteristics you'd expect of the western isle. The 10 year old release is the distillery's most recognised expression and can be found... Continue Reading →

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