We review Longrow 18-Year-Old, a peated expression from Campbelltown cult favorite, Springbank.
We review Compass Box’s Three Year Old Deluxe, a blended malt that contains just 0.4% of three-year-old whisky. Wink, wink.
We review The Dalmore Vintage 2001, a sherried Dalmore that was aged nine years in American oak before extra maturation time in ex-sherry casks.
We review Kilchoman Madeira Cask Matured, a special release from 2015 that sees Kilchoman single malt matured for four years in Madeira casks.
We review all four expressions of the Tomatin Cuatro Series, each influenced by a different type of sherry cask and aged for 12 years.
Named after a mythical shapeshifting creature said to live in the Gulf of Corryvreckan, Ardbeg’s Kelpie release asks more questions than it answers.
SPEY, Byron’s Choice, The Marriage, pays homage to the Speyside whisky purportedly enjoyed at Lord Byron’s wedding – not that his union lasted all that long.
The Pogues’ eponymous whiskey, The Pogues Irish Whiskey, is great in an Irish coffee, and for triggering a wave of 90s-era nostalgia.
Glendronach 21-Year-Old Parliament is a great buy – for now. Our review of this sherried charmer just might inspire you to stock up.