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Talisker Storm Tasting Notes

One of my more recent fun discoveries is Talisker. Talisker is by no means a rare single malt, it’s one of Diageo’s “Classic Malts”, so it gets more than its fair share of marketing dollars. I also put classic malts … Continue reading

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Reader Report: Arran Malt & Kilchoman Tasting Notes

Today’s reader report comes from an event back in October of this year in which Gary, again at a $10 Binny’s Beverage Depot event, sampled Arran and Kilchoman. Longtime readers of Scotch Addict are probably familiar with fellow reader Gary. … Continue reading

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Bowmore 15YO Darkest Tasting Notes

In my evolution as a Scotch aficionado, I discovered Bowmore far too late… but better late than never! I believe my first introduction was a gift from my good friend Rick, whom you may remember from my post about scotches … Continue reading

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Highland Park Dark Origins Tasting Notes

I haven’t written many tasting notes from Highland Park, though I’ve had my fair share, and today I get a chance to remedy that with a look at Highland Park Dark Origins. A little background on Highland Park, it’s the … Continue reading

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SIA Scotch Whisky Tasting Notes

It’s not often that you see a “new” scotch whisky. Many scotch whisky distillers were “founded” in 1824, which is to really say they were officially recognized in 1824 when they paid for a legitimate license under the Excise Act … Continue reading

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