Highland Laird – Arran 20 Year Old 1996 (Cask 1337) (Bartels Whisky) Review

In this review I’ll be review the Highland Laird Arran 20 Year Old 1996. Which is an independently bottled whisky from the Arran distillery and bottled for the Highland Laird range by Bartels Whisky. It’s a Single Cask, non-chill filtered, bottled at cask strength and natural colour whisky. As for exclusivity all Highland Laird bottlings…

Kavalan Solist Sherry Cask Review

This review will look into the Kavalan Solist Sherry cask which is the first from the Solist range I purchased back in 2014. The Kavalan Solist Sherry Cask is a single cask, cask strength non chill filtered and natural colour. The Kavalan Solist Sherry was released in 2011 and is matured in Spanish Oloroso sherry…

Kavalan Solist Port Cask Review

This will be my second review into the Kavalan Solist range which will be featuring a review into the Kavalan Solist Port Cask. The Kavalan Solist Port Cask is a Single Cask bottling solely matured in a port cask which is also bottled at Cask strength at 57.8% abv and kept at natural colour. The…

Kavalan Solist ex-Bourbon Cask Review

This review will look at the first from the Kavalan Solist range which will be the Kavalan Solist ex-Bourbon Cask. This whiskies from Kavalan have been winning awards all over the world and so has this expression. The Kavalan Solist ex-Bourbon cask along with the other Solist in the range are all Single Cask, Cask…

Kavalan Podium Review

This review is going to look into the Kavalan Podium which is the third Kavalan that I’d be reviewing along with a couple others to follow. The Kavalan Podium was released in 2012 which is an addition to the core range which is bottled at a slightly higher abv of 46% compared to the Classic…

Kavalan Concertmaster Review

This review is going to look into the Kavalan Concertmaster which has come all the way from Taiwan. The Concertmaster is part of the core range from Kavalan which is a Port cask finish. You must be wondering about the name of this whisky and how did they get the name Concertmaster, well it originated…

Kavalan Single Malt Whisky Review

Since today is World Whisky Day 2017 and over the past week I’ve been luck to meet the Master Distiller at Kavalan Mr Ian Chang, I’ve decided to review the Taiwanese whisky range from Kavalan. Also I’ll have my interview with Mr. Ian Chang in a blog post coming soon. So today I decided to review…

Loch Lomond 19 Year Old TBWC (That Boutique-y Whisky Company) Review

Who are That Boutique-y Whisky Company? That Boutique-y Whisky Company are independent bottlers of limited edition bottles from Single Malt, Bourbons & Single Grain distilleries including Blends. They release bottle which are numbered and of limited quantity, natural colour, non-chill filtered, not to mention the creative labels with colourful novel style illustrations and some featuring…

Laphroaig Four Oak Review

This review is going to look into one of the two new release from the Laphroaig distillery aim specifically for the travel retail market. The two are known as the Laphroaig Four Oak which as the name says uses four different oak casks and the other is the Laphroaig 1815 Legacy Edition to honour the…

Glenfiddich Project XX Review

Todays review is going to look at the Glenfiddich Project XX which is the second release in the Experimental Series from Glenfiddich launched in mid-2016. It saw the release of two expressions to start the Experimental Series the first being the Glenfiddich IPA Experiment and the second is the Glenfiddich Project XX. For this review I’m going…

Glenfiddich IPA Experiment Review

This review is going to look at the Glenfiddich IPA Experiment which is the first release in the Experimental Series from Glenfiddich launched in mid-2016. It saw the release of two expressions to start the Experimental Series the first being the Glenfiddich IPA Experiment and the second is the Glenfiddich Project XX. For this review…