Dewar’s 12

Blends. They make the whisky world go around, like fat bottomed girls and the rocking world. Or so I was told by my nanny. You know the rest. Blends are usually left behind after you’ve had a lot of single malts. I don’t know what stereotypical female body type used in song single malts are […]

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Strathmill 35 A.D. Rattray

Thanks to /u/cake_my_day for this sample Strathmill. Don’t hear about it often, eh? It’s used in blends by Diageo like J&B. It was setup during the whisky boom of the 90s. The 1890s, that is. Used to be a mill. So there’s a few reasons why we don’t hear about them, right? However if you have that […]

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Bruichladdich 19 1989 – Black Art

Thanks to /u/Whiskyjig for the sample. Originally my plan for my 750th whisky, and the end of my plan for celebrating hitting that milestone. Hey, ever hear of this small company, Bruichladdich? They’ve brought out a couple whiskes over the years. A few of them pop up every so often. They have some winners. I see them […]

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Mystery sample from /u/31mak

Thank you to /u/31mak for this sample. Damn your husband, /u/devoz, for laughing about this review throughout. Recently I lose the coveted amazing title of “Canadian who has somehow reviewed the most Indian whiskies” to devoz. And while I had many a sleepless night crying about this, I’m happy for him. However during these reviews he noted that […]

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Green Spot Léoville Barton

Thanks to /u/throzen for the sample Irish whiskey is an interesting gauge of how experienced a whiskey drinker is. Allow me to explain: I don’t mean that if you don’t like Irish whiskey you aren’t a true whiskey snob, whatever the fuck that means. What I mean is after experiencing a few different levels of Irish whiskey, […]

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