Blended Malt 19 2001 Thompson Bros

The idea of a blended whisky makes sense: Blend multiple differently made whiskies together, make something better. We do that with food: You don’t see someone mainlining mayonnaise and demanding it to be drunk purely because it’s better. Granted I haven’t been to the US in half a decade, so maybe that’s happening down there. […]

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Bunnahabhain Port Askaig 45 1968

Years ago someone did a group of reviews on Bunnahabhain. In it, the person reviewing mentioned that the 1960s were a golden era for the distillery, pumping out the top of the whiskies from the distillery, bar none. Now this isn’t a crazy idea: I can attest to the amazing whiskies that people speak of […]

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Bunnahabhain 30

You’re a tad lucky if you’re doing a Bunnahabhain multi-review and have an original bottling that isn’t a single cask in there. I know, totally relatable, but this is the point I’m at in my life so just go with it. Years and years ago, when going out in public wasn’t scary and trips were […]

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