Guest Whisky Reviews

Ralfy Visits Glenmorangie in Ralfy Review #777 – Scotch Whisky News

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ralfy.com likes tall stills!  ralfy review 777 – Glenmorangie 10yo @ 40%vol: 2019)

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Whisky Wednesday – Highland Park Twisted Tattoo 46.7% – Scotch Whisky News

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I don’t have any tattoos, that’s my opening line, that’s all I’ve got. However, this whisky is delicious! Bourbon and Rijoca wine cask influence over the course of 16 years from one of the finest distilleries in the world, Highland Park. The design and packaging won’t be for everyone and I can understand why, I don’t mind it, it makes the product stand out and i have a thing for all black whisky bottles. Check out the video and let me know your thoughts below.

Cheers!

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The Good Dram Show – Episode 313 ‘Springbank’ – Scotch Whisky News

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Welcome to this weeks episode of the show in which I’ll be looking at some recent releases from the Springbank distillery along with one of those infamous cage bottlings!

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The Good Dram Show – Episode 312 ‘Tomatin’ – Scotch Whisky News

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Welcome to this weeks episode of the show in which I’ll be taking a look at the Antiquary range of blended whisky from Tomatin along with a few new releases. These new releases include the yet to released UK exclusive 12 year old French Oak finish.

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Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 254: Arran 12 Year Old 2006 Private Cask for Whisky Shop Zammel – Scotch Whisky News

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Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 254: Arran 12 Year Old 2006 Private Cask for Whisky Shop Zammel

Mark Dermul, Belgian whisky blogger, tries a single cask of Arran for Belgium. Lucie Stroesser is well known to most whisky lovers. Until recently she was the Brand Ambassador for Arran. One of the last tastings she hosted, before returning to her native France, was in Belgium. Shop owner Jan Vissers asked her to bring some cask samples to select the next private cask for his Whisky Shop Zammel. He selected a 12 years old sherry hogshead, distilled on 26th July 2006 and bottled on 14th January 2019. And it blew Mark away!

https://youtu.be/z4I5-yQ9aBg

Ralfy does Irish – Irish Whiskey News

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ralfy.com does a Dubliner thing !

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Whisky Wednesday Reviews Aberlour Casg Annamh 48% – Scotch Whisky News

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 Cask Annam? Cask A-name? Cask Anime? Lord knows, it’s called the Rare Cask so I’ll stick with that for the time being. I haven’t paid a lot of attention to Aberlour over the last few years and I regret that, no distillery deserves to be in the background; liquid should always do the talking. Non-Chill Filtered at 48% ABV, it’s a delicious alternative to some other sherry influenced whiskies that are kicking around on the market. Cheers!

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Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 253: Writers’ Tears Red Head – Irish Whiskey News

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Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 253: Writers’ Tears Red Head

Mark Dermul, Belgian whisky blogger, tries an Irish whiskey. Writers’ Tears is, as it clearly says on the label, ‘distilled, matured and bottled in bond for Walsh Whiskey Distillery Ltd’. That means this is sourced whiskey. Logical, as the Walsh Whiskey Distillery was only founded in 2016 by Bernard and Rosemary Walsh. It will be a while yet before they can release their own distilled whiskey. In the meantime, Mark enjoys the oloroso sherry cask matured Writers’ Tears Red Head.

https://youtu.be/8_w9TYZdI44

Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 252: Benrinnes 23 Year Old 1995 Italian Car Series – Scotch Whisky News

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Mark’s Whisky Ramblings 252: Benrinnes 23 Year Old 1995 Italian Car Series

Mark Dermul, Belgian whisky blogger, tries a Benrinnes. This is already the fifth edition in Jan Vissers’ so-called Italian Car Series. Yes, Jan has a soft spot for Italian race cars. The label sports a so-called ‘Sharknose’, a Ferrari 156 that Belgian racer Willy Meiresse drove to victory in the 1962 Grand Prix of Naples. It’s a single hogshead that was put to sleep on 17th October 1995 and bottled at a cask strength of 49.6% on 27th March 2019. If there were a Grand Prix for Benrinnes, this one would be on the podium indeed. Top class.

https://youtu.be/m2_3wEUPS0E

Ralfy Publishes Ralfy review #775 Ardbeg 10yo OB – Scotch Whisky News


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