Glenturret 27 1990 Chieftain’s

Today we’ll be reviewing Glenturret 27 1990 Chieftain’s, makes me realize that I’d drink more Glenturret if I could. Let’s expand on why: First off, you have peated and unpeated Glenturret. And while I haven’t dug too deeply on peated Glenturret, if I’m hunting Glenturret, I’m going for the unpeated, so far. That doesn’t mean I’m […]

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Deanston 11 2008 Signatory Vintage Un-Chillfiltered Collection for The Whisky Exchange 20th Anniversary

Fuck, why was I complaining about the length of the last whisky’s name? Holy jumping people, we’ve got a new contender for longest whisky name ever reviewed. So, let’s get it out of the way: Deanston 11 2008 Signatory Vintage Un-Chillfiltered Collection for The Whisky Exchange 20th Anniversary. Breaking it down: Deanston 11 2008? It’s an […]

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Teaninich 20 1999 Archives

Thanks to /u/scotchandponder for sharing the dram (haven’t touched the rest yet). A lifetime ago, when the Scotch subreddit was smaller, before the internet went truly disturbing (and was only working on being toxic), someone noticed that very few people were reviewing distilleries that started with the letter ‘T’. Which I’m pretty sure was a joke. No […]

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Glencadam 21 The Exceptional

I went out to a Bar to finally have a Ladyburn. And when I showed up, the Ladyburn bottle they had was empty. So I ordered an Older 34-year-old Tamdhu dusty. You can guess how that went. I was about to order a 1971 Clynelish, but felt pretty defeated, as this is the second time […]

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Edradour Reviews, Two Ways [Distillery Exclusive & Edradourian Knights Pick]

Thanks to /u/forbiddenwaffle  for pouring me the Cotes de Provence. I always have to ask this about every distillery: Are there hardcore fans? It’s easy to find fans of Islay products: They are everywhere. It’s like bunnies in a field: They keep propagating and you can always find them. It gets harder as you go to other […]

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Oban 12 2021 Special Release

This is a further continuation of reviewing the 2021 Special Releases from Diageo, save for one, because… well I wasn’t born into riches, so this is what I can afford. Speaking of afford: Oban is one of the distilleries I’d be most likely to review more of. I am not anti-Oban. I’m also not pro-Oban. […]

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