It’s been a couple of months, but stay tuned for our next scotch : Talisker 10 year old
In light of the economic times, I’ve chosen a scotch with a more conservative price than the one we reviewed last month. I find that a number of the less expensive single malts I’ve chosen tend to have a cherry tone in them. Something that I generally equate with a blend. The Highland is […]
The six generations of this family business has been recognized in the award of the Icons of Whiskey, Distillery of the year award.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zo57Q9PV6z0 Here’s The 30 Second Scotch Radio review for March 2009!
This distillery has long been a favourite of mine. However, until now I’ve only sampled their traditional 10 year old – which is said to be the most popular single malt sold in Scotland.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsGoefzzCjI We’re still struggling to keep it within 30 seconds, but here’s The 30 Second Scotch Radio review for February 2009!
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0csiAcVSPcI It may be a little longer than 30 seconds, but every month we will be presenting an audio review of the Scotch of the Month called The 30 Second Scotch. Here’s January’s Scotch:
Touted as Scotland’s purest single malt whisky, this Islay scotch has won 3 awards since it’s distilleries recommencment in 2000.
Spring is here at last and with the new season in mind, I have chosen Aberlour 10 Year Single Malt Scotch as April’s Scotch of the Month!
Speyburn Distillery, sitting majestically in a corner of the Spey valley at the foot of the densely wooded hills on the outskirts of the quiet Highland town of Rothes.