Guest Whisky Reviews

The Good Dram Show – Episode 330 ‘Regional Whiskies’ – Scotch Whisky News

This weeks episode of the #GoodDramShow takes a look at some Regional Malt Whiskies from @ADRattrayWhisky @CarnMorWhiskies @DLaingWhisky @hlaingwhisky

ralfy review 792 – Edradour 12yo @ 57.2% – Scotch Whisky News

ralfy review 792 – Edradour 12yo @ 57.2%vol: (cask ) discovers treasure !

Whisky Wednesday Reviews Ailsa Bay – Scotch Whisky News

Science is normally kept away from the labels of whisky bottles. For some it can seem confusing and for others, it can be seen is some more jargon to make marketing seem new and different. However, this is different, this is here to demonstrate how smoke can be sweet and how the Lowlands region can produce things that make you question the history of that area. Cheers!

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ralfy review 791 – Port Askaig 10yo (10th Anniversary) – Scotch Whisky News

ralfy shares a 10th Anniversary !

Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 273: The Fenians 16 Year Old 2002 for MMM – Irish Whiskey News

Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 273: The Fenians 16 Year Old 2002 for MMM

Mark Dermul, Belgian whisky blogger, releases his next MMM-bottling. Every year Mark and Manny try to put an odd one out in their series. This year… an Irish single malt! They dubbed it the Fenians. Originating in Irish mythology with the Fianna, the term derives from groups of legendary warrior bands following Fionn mac Cumhail. Fenian today is seen as a derogatory sectarian term in Ireland to refer to Irish nationalists and/or Catholics, particularly in Northern Ireland. The term has been used similarly in Scotland as a slur to refer to Scottish Catholics or Scots with Irish ancestry. MMM are very proud on their Irish discovery, for this fruit bomb will keep a smile on your face throughout the Indian summer to come. Delicious with capital D!

The Good Dram Show – Episode 329 ‘Single Malts of Scotland’ – Scotch Whisky News

Welcome to this weeks episode of the show in which I’ll be reviewing some old releases from the independent bottling company Single Malts of Scotland.

Whisky Wednesday Reviews The Glaswegian 29YO – Scotch Whisky News

Grain whisky! It’s underrated as a single product, but under the rights guises, it’s becoming a powerful, affordable and fun way for both Scotch and Bourbon fans to enjoy older styles and chat about comparisons between the styles. This whisky is sourced from the now closed Port Dundas distillery and released by Greg Glass and his new experimental arm of Whyte & Mackay. It’s fun, it’s affordable and I like it! Cheers

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Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 272: Caol Ila 22 Year Old Feis Ile 2019 – Scotch Whisky News

Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 272: Caol Ila 22 Year Old Feis Ile 2019

Mark Dermul, Belgian whisky blogger, got his hands on the Caol Ila for Feis Ile 2019. He had to wait for it for a little while, but thanks to a Scottish pal he was finally able to get his hands on this Feis Ile 2019 release from his favorite distillery on Islay. Very refreshing to see that they very transparently put on the label that the whisky matured on ‘sherry-treated American Oak casks’. And guess what? Mark says it’s out of this world!

ralfy review 790 – Mortlach 15yo by Gordon & MacPhail – Scotch Whisky News

ralfy review 790 – Mortlach 15yo @ 43%vol: (G&MacP)

introducing the beast of Dufftown.

Whisky Wednesday Reviews Proper No. Twelve – Irish Whiskey News

The details we await but it involves a certain irish MMA fighter and his whiskey……………..


 Do you like smooth whisky? Are you a smooth individual? Do you make women feel like they’re in a Rodger Moore James Bond film? Do you want to impress your friends with a product that oozes sophistication, history, character and an eternal charm that’s been going on for over 400 years? If so, stop watching this video and go and watch anything else, literally anything. Do not waste one single iota of your time with this green bottled piece of blasphemous attempt at making whisky.

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