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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Ailsa Bay Ceres I 9 2011 Scotch Universe

Girvan distillery is an industrial workhorse meant to ensure that blends have plenty of inexpensive, age-stated single grain whisky. Full stop. However, upon the same site you’ll find a new distillery, started in 2007. It’s name? Not Albert Einstein this time. Ailsa Bay creates four different single malt distillates, the majority of which all disappear […]

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A bunch of reasons I like Laphroaig

No funny start. No explanation, nothing. I’m here and you’re here for the exact same reason. Laphroaig. Are you a peat head? You like Laphroaig, probably. And you haven’t been as wallet sodomized (with your consent) by Laphroaig, unless it’s got an age statement typically reserved for that point where life starts making a bit […]

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Glenmorangie Bacalta

Thanks to /u/ScotchChick for pouring me a sample of this dram. I’ll be honest, as I typically am: For a few years, I skipped over the Glenmorangie special releases. Yes, I’ve reviewed a few of them. Like today’s, Glenmorangie Bacalta, not around the time they came out. Why? Well, there’re a few reasons. The first is the easiest: […]

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Kilchoman 4 2011 Madeira Cask

New series called “There will be Kilchoman till the score is paid”, in which I review Kilchoman until I run out of Kilchoman. It’s a simple concept. Guess where the quote is from? Keep trying, I believe in you. I’ve said it before, probably too many times, that when I first got into whisky I […]

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