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Aberlour 16yo Double Cask Matured Tasting Notes

I make no secret of the fact that I’m a huge fan of Aberlour A’bunadh and it’s cask strength goodness… and its sherry bomb. This is actually the first 16yo I remember trying, it’s a strange number to see (until … Continue reading

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Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14yo Tasting Notes

My lovely wife and I play this fantastic game where she will pour some scotch in a glass and I will drink it. I love this game. And I love my wife. The game is actually that I try to … Continue reading

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Aberlour 12yo Double Cask Matured Tasting Notes

Many years ago, my lovely wife and I were on a trip to England to visit our good friends (one of which is a fixture in our Facebook group, Richard) and we took a few days to visit a few … Continue reading

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Glenmorangie – The Nectar D’Or Tasting Notes

If you want an affordable single malt finish (that is, ending its maturation process in a cask of a different origin from its primary maturation cask), Glenmorangie is going to be your best bet in terms of value. They have … Continue reading

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Teeling Whiskey Single Grain Tasting Notes

Teeling Whiskey Single Grain is, as you’d expect, a single grain whiskey fully matured in Cabernet Sauvignon casks from California. Single grain means that it’s, in part, made with grains other than malted barley (in this case, corn). By comparison, … Continue reading

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