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Ardbeg 12 yo 80 proof, white label bottled for the French Market in 1966 vs Ardbeg 18 yo 1975 / 1993 Signatory #2461-2463 43%

Ardbeg 12 yo 80 proof, white label bottled for the French Market in 1966 Tarry and phenolic in a primordially pure and achingly beautiful way, streaked with jagged salinity and … Continue reading

June 29, 2019 · Leave a comment

Springbank 21 yo 1995 / 2017 #470 Copper Monument vs Springbank 15 yo 1992 / 2007 The Whisky Society 52.6%

Springbank 21 yo 1995 / 2017 #470 Copper Monument 45.8% Quite rich and rounded without jagged edges. The sherry presents itself with overtones of blackcurrant jam, moist leather but also … Continue reading

June 26, 2019 · Leave a comment

Dalmore 30 yo 1963 / 1993 Cadenhead 54.5% vs Dalmore 1977 Glenscoma #12147 ’20 Year Anniversary of SCOMA GmbH’ 60.4%

This is a new format designed to be efficient with Instagram. Some changes are afoot. Dalmore 30 yo 1963 / 1993 Cadenhead 54.5% Uncommonly old Dalmore. It’s an oily one … Continue reading

June 24, 2019 · Leave a comment

Clément 1976 Très Vieux Rhum Agricole 44% vs Rhum Vieux du Pere Labat 1997 42%

Clément 1976 Très Vieux Rhum Agricole 44% A deep and burnished rhum that is, though I hate to use the word, totally smooth without any of the salty or phenolic … Continue reading

June 19, 2019 · Leave a comment

Bowmore 35 yo 1968 / 2003 Duncan Taylor #1426 vs Bowmore 40 yo 1968 / 2008 Duncan Taylor #3824 42.3%

And with this post, I will begin transitioning posts to Instagram, under the handle ‘whiskyrific’. Thank you all who have checked back on this blog through facebook now and then. … Continue reading

June 19, 2019 · 2 Comments

Monymusk ‘Sugar Estates of Jamaica’ Rhum Agricol Moon Import 46% vs Monymusk 12 yo Berry Brothers for La Maison du Whisky 55.4%

Monymusk ‘Sugar Estates of Jamaica’ Rhum Agricol Moon Import 46% Note this is a Rhum Agricole.. distilled in Jamaica… very odd because Jamaican rum is traditionally molasses based. Light almost … Continue reading

June 15, 2019 · Leave a comment

Bowmore 21 yo 1971 43% vs Bowmore 36 yo 1972 / 2008 Prestonfield #3881 48.8% vs Bowmore 27 yo 1973 / 2000 Blackadder #3176 50.2%

Somewhere else on this sunny island Bowmore week has started… Bowmore 21 yo 1971 43% ~ bottled 1992 While the fruit isn’t as explosive as say 1968, it remains an … Continue reading

June 13, 2019 · Leave a comment

Benrinnes 20 yo 1974 / 1994 Signatory #2577 43% vs Benrinnes 19 yo 1971 / 1991 Cadenhead 55.3%

Benrinnes 20 yo 1974 / 1994 Signatory #2577 43% I expected something of a beast but this old Benrinnes is a gentle old soul, granted there are dashes of beef … Continue reading

June 9, 2019 · Leave a comment

Old Pulteney 1989 / 2015 Lightly Peated Limited Edition 46% vs Old Pulteney 15 yo 1982 Millennium Single Cask #1522 61.1%

Old Pulteney 1989 / 2015 Lightly Peated Limited Edition 46% Only half trying to be lame, but there’s really something old in Old Pulteney that lingers on, and this one … Continue reading

June 6, 2019 · Leave a comment

An Cnoc 39 yo 1975 / 2014 44.2% vs Linkwood 36 yo 1973 / 2009 The Whisky Exchange 10 Years Online 49.7%

AnCnoc 39 yo 1975 / 2014 44.2% Just a note that AnCnoc is the whisky distilled at the Knockdhu distillery. This is done to avoid confusion with the nearby Knockando … Continue reading

June 2, 2019 · Leave a comment
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