Category Archives: Tasting Notes

Hibiki Japanese Harmony Tasting Notes Review

It shocked the world when Jim Murray, author of The Whisky Bible, named The Yamazaki Single Malt Sherry Cask 2013 as the best whisky in the world. It was the first time, in the 12 year run of The Whisky … Continue reading

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Syndicate 58/6 12-Year Old Tasting Notes Review

When I first heard about Syndicate 58/6, I was a little skeptical at the name. Where are the Glens? What’s this Syndicate? I can pronounce it too easily… what’s with the numbers? Let’s talk about the name, the Syndicate 58/6 … Continue reading

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Grangestone Bourbon Cask Finish Review & Tasting Notes

I’m walking through Total Wine (and More, though I don’t know anyone who says that part!), a cart full of beer and wine, when I see a random display of scotch in the middle of the aisle. Our cart is … Continue reading

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Glenfarclas 105 Tasting Notes Review

So this past week my wife and I spent ten days in England (London and Beverly) and Spain (Barcelona) on our first trip away from our two little kids. We were visiting college friends of ours who now live near … Continue reading

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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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