Monthly Archives: October 2016

Review: Bruichladdich 21 Year Old Cuvee 640 – Eroica

The third and final release of the Bruichladdich’s Cuvee range, Eroica is a 21 year whisky that spent most of its life in American Oak before being finished in Limousin…

Guide: Navigating the pricey seas: a buying guide for whisky beginners

Whenever I talk to someone new about my whisky hobby and go over my collection and experiences, I usually start with a very important disclaimer. The absolute best time to…

Review: Tormore 28 Year Single Cask (Master of Malt)

We’ve seen a lot of “blend fodder” distilleries getting some attention in recent years. Distilleries that rarely get single malt releases are being scooped up by independent bottlers and distilleries…

Review: Mortlach 21 Year 1992 Cask 10143 (Douglas Laing Directors’ Cut)

Time for another quick review. This time, I’m diving into an older Mortlach so right about the bat, I know that this baby is going to be meaty and savory….